Rudeness In The Outsiders

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“It seemed funny, almost strange that the sunset she saw from her patio and the one that I saw from the back steps was the same one. Maybe the two worlds we live in werent so different. We saw the same sunset.”(Hinton 35) The Outsiders a book set in the mid-1960s, in Tulsa, oklahoma is about the clash of the greasers and socs. Ponyboy, his family, and friends try to figure out how they fit into this world. But others already know where they belong if it may be roaming the streets starting trouble or sitting in a fancy car looking for greasers. They are outsiders through and through. Dally is a wild child born from the streets. He does whatever he wants whenever he wants and no one tells him what to do. “The shade of difference that separates a greaser from a hood wasn 't present in Dally.”(Hinton 10). The only person that Dally ever loved was Johnny. Johnny is a vulnerable sixteen year old who comes from an abusive home.The greasers are the only family that he has ever known and he is the pet of the gang.
One trait that describes Dally is rudeness. There are two main ways that shows that he is rude.One way that shows that he is rude is when he was at the movies and was bothering cherry and her friend Marci. “Nobody was there except two girls who were sitting down front.Dally eyed them cooly, then walked down the aisle and sat right down behind them.” He started talking loud enough for the two girls to hear. He started out bad and got worse. Dallas could talk dirty if he

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