Summary Of S. E. Hinton's 'The Outsiders'

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The Outsiders S.E. Hinton This book is about two rival groups called "Greasers" and "Socs" The main characters in the group Greasers: Ponyboy, Johnny, Dallas, Sodapop, Darrel, Steve, Two-bit, Sandy. The main characters in the group Socs: Cherry, Randy, Bob, Marcia, David, and Paul. The Greasers are at odds with the Socs, Ponyboy, johnny, and dallas go to the drive-in and see cherry and Marcia, Dallas try‘s to get with cherry but she is annoyed with him. Cherry‘s boyfriend comes and looks for dally, but they all say that they didn‘t see him. Ponyboy and cherry got to get drinks from the store, and he tells her what happened to his brother johnny, he explains that Socs beat him up. Ponyboy and his brother darry get into an arguement when ponyboy gets home because darry didn‘t like how late ponyboy got home and he was worried something happened to him. …show more content…

Johnny gets in a fight with Bob, and johnny pulls out a switchblade and stabs him, bob ends up dead. A fire starts at a church, johnny and ponyboy go to save the childern that are in the church, when johnny goes in and hands the kids to ponyboy, something falls on johnny and he has severe burns on his back. The Greasers and the Socs have a day planned to get in a rumble, johnny insists that the wants to be apart of the rumble, so he ends up going to the rumble, and the greasers win. I would recommend this book to others because i loved and enjoyed it, it is interesting and it has an amazing hook. I read this book over and over, i also have watched the movie. Although, the book and the movie have some

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