Darry, who is hard, firm and never grins at all, has a different idea of what good parenting is when it comes to Ponyboy. Many people believe, that Ponyboy, should go to the system, because his brother Darry has risked and has influenced him in bad ways. Darry, has influenced and risked Ponyboy, by letting him go out to the movies without any supervision, leaving the door wide open at their house for unwelcome and dangerous visitors, and putting him in hazardous situations, so that they gang
He doesn't get rights to say something so that gets him angry. For example, when Candy goes into Crooks room, Crooks gets mad because he is not getting the rights he wants. He said "I ain't sure I want you in her no more. A colored man got to have some rights even if he don't like em"(80). Crooks is tired of everybody going to his room without asking.
In the book “ The Outsider” readers can tell that all the conflict and things like that is the Socs fault. The author of the book is S.E Hinton, she composed the book because she wanted to show of how the two social groups control themselves with the major events that has happened and it follows the rivalry between the Greasers, a group of young boys from a poorer community, and the rich, high class Socs of the same age through the view of Ponyboy, a 14 year old Greaser. The day after Ponyboy gets jumped by a group of Socs, he meets Cherry, who is a Soc. She surprises Ponyboy by being unlike any of the other Socs he has ever met - kind and ordinary, not acting like she is above him. Later, in an incident, Johnny panickedly stabs a Soc to death when he tries to drown Ponyboy.
In the book Jack is always making fun of Piggy. Jack was being rude to Piggy and saying his fat behind doesn’t do nothing to help while piggy was trying to talk. However some of the time Piggy stands up for himself, “I got the conch … you let me speak!”(Golding 33). Piggy illustrates how its not easy to have integrity. This is because whenever he tries to talk the others mainly Jack just tell him to shut up or take his glasses from him making him feel uncomfortable.
Throughout the novel, S.E Hinton suggests that everyone has their own problems, but they are what make you more powerful and smarter. As Ponyboy mindlessly runs away, “I turned and ran out the door as fast as I could. (50)” because he’s completely outraged that Darry slapped him, he rushes to Johnny. They arrive at the park at around 2:30 am. The boys start talking when suddenly 5 Socs jump out of a
The girls go home with them and Ponyboy and Johnny leave. Later that night they run into them again and they remember them starting a fight. Bob one of the Socs gets killed in the fight by Johnny in fear that he was going to kill Ponyboy. The boys are then on the run in fear that they could get the
He tries to get the other Indian kicked out, but instead the landlord sees that Ram is not Indian and kicks him out instead. Similarly, Ram failed at tricking the landlord just as Woman failed at manipulating the man. Woman asks the man if he would be able to recognize the woman with the sound of her voice. The ironic part is he said yes, but he does not recognize Woman while they talk. Ram tries to get the other Indian kicked out because he is scared the Indian might see that Ram is not an Indian.
This is man vs man because Benny is pushing past his feeling of unworthiness. Soto also says,”He didn’t know what to do except bow to the audience, which applauded wildly, and scoot off the stage, on the verge of tears. This was worse than the homemade flashlight. At least no one laughed then, they just snickered.” Manuel pushes through the embarrassment as he walks off the stage. Although he is close to tears, he is able to not let them gain the best of him.
As Mr Bumble and Widow Corney teach the boys to be thankful to God, young Oliver Twist is dared to ask for more food. Bumble is shocked by the request (“Oliver”) and decides that the boy is trouble and needs to leave the workhouse, selling him to an undertaker, “Boy For Sale”, not before suggesting his amorous advances to Widow Corney, “I Shall Scream”. At the undertakers parlour he is warned against behaving badly as Mr Sowerberry tells him “That’s Your Funeral”. Alone, Oliver wishes for a happier life and sings “Where is Love?”. He decides to run away to London, and dashes off in the middle of the
But when it comes to reaching a verdict in the case, #4 is completely unsympathetic, saying, the boy's entire story was flimsy and he also claimed that he was at the movies. He couldn't even remember what pictures he saw and that it was little ridiculous. While he might seem cold and harsh, Juror #4 is actually not all that bad. For one thing, he's totally willing to be swayed by evidence. He tosses aside some of the early arguments about the defendant's innocence not because he's prejudiced, but because he doesn't believe
At a young age Allen garnered the nickname ‘Red’, due to his deformed, red left arm. He was also abandoned by his parents because of it. No one could connect the Exorcist Allen with the nameless circus freak he once was. Defensive, bratty, rude, and even though he was secretly lonely and miserable, these same behaviors protected him – by driving others away. The abusive, cruel, petty monsters, and he had never known anything else.
Miss Kinnian had to go away because she knew that people did not treat him fairly, and he didn’t understand that all. Charlie first experiences people making fun of him, now that he has knowledge to understand that. This event must have hurt him deeply, because the very people he trusted and thought were his friends were actually mocking and making fun of him. He feels ashamed because people are using his name as an excuse for making mistakes, and he didn’t want to be known this way. This quote states how people are not used to and are kind of afraid of Charlie, as his newfound intelligence was not the Charlie they knew.
Many people would point fingers at the Greasers, saying that it 's their fault that the Socs’ are resentful and full of hate towards them. The Greasers did steal their girlfriends after all! However, people are not owned, and it is completely up to Cherry and Marcia, who they want to hang out with, and it 's not up to Bob and Randy, their boyfriends. “A little? You call reeling and passing out in the streets 'a little '?