Persuasive Essay In the novel The Outsiders by S.E Hinton, a situation occurs and a decision has to be made that can change Ponyboy’s life forever. Some would argue that he should stay with his loving brothers, others would argue that he should be sent into the system. Sending Ponyboy into the system may be a good idea in some ways, but he should ultimately stay with his brothers. If he stayed with his brothers, he would be under the care of his oldest brother Darry.
Furthermore, In the book it states “Please be careful because couldn’t stand it if anything happened to you!” This shows that Darry only wants the best for Ponyboy. This also shows he do anything for him. This is just another one of the reasons that prove that Darry is a good guardian for Ponyboy. Some might say that Darry is a bad guardian.
As a prince, Hamlet has undoubtedly led a sheltered, comfortable life. He may not have had anyone close to him die suddenly before. The loss of a parent is a huge affliction, but it may be much worse because it could be the first time someone close to Hamlet has died. His gloominess starts to aggravate the queen and his new stepfather. They urge Hamlet to stop grieving for his father.
The symbol that best represents doodle in ”The Scarlet Ibis” is I think is love and compassion which is also the Scarlet Ibis. I think that it is compassion because he has love and compassion towards the things that he does and towards his family because he had love for the bird. For my first example I have. “Brother, Brother, don’t leave me!”” (Hurst 132)
In The Scarlet Ibis, the brother does have love for Doodle. Because of his love, but also because of his pride, he decided to teach his brother to walk and rename him. “It was I who renamed him.” Brotherly love is showed here when he decided to rename him. He cared enough for his brother to lower people’s expectations because he was crippled.
Bernard evokes in Walt a feeling to take care of his father, defend him and make him feel better. All this makes it difficult for Walt to make an independent sense of self. Walt, just like his father, blames Joan for splitting the family up and dislikes her. Walt gets to know about his mother’s affairs from Bernard and lashes out at her and decides to stay with Bernard every day. Walt’s feeling of having lost his mother to Frank must have been what made him hate his mother and turn to his father.
Despite what hardships may come, you should always be there for a friend and do what’s best for them. In the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, George does just that for his best and only friend Lennie. Most guys like them don’t have friends, but they have a unique friendship where George acts as a brother to Lennie and tries to help him. They both share the same dream of owning a house, but George is forced to put it aside in order to do what’s best for his friend. George continually sacrifices his own happiness to take care of Lennie.
During the course of the novel, Ponyboy becomes enlightened on how he views the world. In the beginning of the novel, Ponyboy has a dark view of his oldest brother Darry. He feels Darry doesn’t care for him the same way as Soda does(Soda is Ponyboys other older brother). Prior to this quote Cherry Valence, a character in the book was asking Ponyboy about his family.
Piggy is reassuring the other boys on the island that "the only thing to fear is fear itself". Piggy has faith in other people to carry their own weight. He even says that his "mama" raised him to expect a lot from others, and he is often let down. Piggy originally wanted to be the leader of the island of boys, but the boys voted for Ralph because of his fair hair. It was later determined that Piggy, the fat boy no one seemed to like, would've turned out to be the more superior leader of the
The Outsiders In my opinion, I think that I can relate to Ponyboy. I think this because like Ponyboy I am caring, respectful, responsible, and could be rough at times. If I were in his situation of Johnny’s death and Dally’s death I would feel the same. Johnny did die a hero but Dally died because he wanted to and was just mad and devastated about Johnny’s death.
In the Novel “The Outsiders” Ponyboy Curtis lives with his older brother Darry, and his younger brother Sodapop. However it is an unwise decision to leave Ponyboy with Darry as he is an abusive, irresponsible, and immature guardian. Ponyboy Curtis should be put into the system where he will be better taken care of and in a more stable environment that he would be if he stays with Darry. Firstly, Darry is irresponsible.
When you are dancing, there are many things you can channel; emotions, memories, people, experiences, stories, the list goes on and on. These properties can be portrayed through movements, facial expressions, and music. Dancing can also portray conflict; such as the conflict between Ponyboy Curtis and Darry Curtis in S.E. Hinton’s beloved novel, The Outsiders. In our dance piece, titled, Hard to See, both the music and movements work in harmony to illustrate Darry and Ponyboy’s maturing relationship.
The book 'The Outsiders' written by S.Hinton shows many events that relate to the theme adolescence. The author bases the story on a teenage Greaser who sees the world against him. Adolescence is a part of growing up in which a child develops into an adult. During this time a child may begin to think one is responsible and doing the right thing. This essay analyzes how teenage Greasers and Socials differentiate from each other during this period.
DARRY OR SYSTEM ? In the novel The Outsiders, Ponyboy may think he's fine living with his two older brothers Darry and Sodapop but, he doesn't know what trouble can come his way. This shows that Ponyboy is better off in the system because of the bad influences in his life and his living conditions. Two examples of this is that Darry lets Ponyboy smoke and lets him be in a gang also, they eat chocolate cake for breakfast.