Ponyboy Quotes From The Outsiders

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Ponyboy Curtis is a teenage boy who learns valuable lessons about life. Although, he is the one who stood out the most to me in the book, “The Outsiders.” He is the youngest brother out of the little family they have. He has the most dramatic changes, in his feelings and attitude. Ponyboy’s reasoning for his changes are by the forces of the Socs. Ponyboy lives with his oldest brother, Darry, who is twenty years old and has legal custody of him and his other brother, Sodapop, who is sixteen. They call themselves, “The Greasers.” Ponyboy has a lack of common sense, and he knows it without a doubt. He has the brains in school very smart, but sometimes he just doesn’t use common sense. Him not having common sense caused him to get in serious trouble. Ponyboy soon finds out that his behaviors impacts others. …show more content…

We all know that life is not fair. Ponyboy parents died in a car accident. From there on, he is having a hard time dealing with it. That’s why him and his brothers need to stick together. Also, they are having economic problems that cast them as greasers, and the death of his friends. Pony has to weather three deaths. Two greasers, one from the rival gang, and the Socs, which are the West-side rich kids. Dying at a young age is not fair. Although, Ponyboy is not only able to survive, but to justify his own presence. He takes it into his own hands to make his death mean

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