"Outsiders" Compare and Contrast Essay The “ Outsiders” movie and novel are awkward and interesting. Upon watching both they appeared to be somewhat similar. However, after finishing the movie and having time to reflect they have distinct differences.
This is my writing assignment comparing The Outsiders movie and book. My favorite quote was“Stay gold Ponyboy” which means Do not go tuff and stay like yourself because you are once in a lifetime. My opinion of both the movie and the book are pretty good. The book was only a little better because it was longer and it had more parts on the other hand the movie you can hear and see more and feel more when you can actually picture it.
Conflict Literary Analysis: The Outsiders and It's a Wonderful Life In the novel The Outsiders by S.E Hinton and the movie It's a Wonderful Life directed by Frank Capra, both characters, Darry Curtis and George Bailey, face an external conflict because of the fact that they are both always sacrificing for family. In the film It's a Wonderful Life by Frank Capra, the main character, George Bailey, faces many internal struggles that come from him sacrificing so much for his family. Starting off with George Bailey's biggest sacrifice, saving his young brother Harry's life that day.
“Go Set a Watchman” is a novel by the late Harper Lee that takes place in the 1950’s. The time period that the book is set in is also around the time that the infamous case of Brown v. Board of Education had been brought to the supreme court. This book is a sequel to the popular novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” where a white man, Atticus Finch, is fighting for a black man who has been accused of rape by a white woman. In “Go Set a Watchman”, there is a slew of conflicts, from Jean Louise being embarrassed and losing her sense of self-confidence due to her “falsies” being thrown onto a billboard to her discovering that her once seemingly nice father is not all what he has been cut out to be.
The story “The Monsters” is about how a meat eater or something crashed and then all of their power,cars,phones,and lawn mowers quit working,and starting. The movie “The Andy Griffith Show” is about how a new guy came into town and it’s like that place was his home town but it wasn’t .He knew everyone’s name,and job ,and some people were getting kind of scared-worried that he was sent over to spy but he wasn’t he just got the paper from there and started to read it and knew everybody and just wondered what they looked like. How the stories and books and compared and contrasted.
The book “The Outsiders” has two rival gangs the Socs and Greasers, the rich and the poor. And how they are different than how society perceives them as. The Socs are shown in societies eye’s as law abiding, town heroes are actually just rich hoods who, find enjoyment in ganging up on Greasers and causing mischief. The greasy hoodlums known as Greasers are poor, young heroes in disguise that have feelings. They live in rundown neighbourhoods with a lacking education.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a kid gangster. In the novel,The outsiders there are kid gangsters. The outsiders focus on two gangs the greasers and the soc’s . The author uses conflict and setting to develop the three characters by making them learn lessons or have bad,bad Karma. One character who is impacted through the conflicts he faces is Ponyboy.
In The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, bullying is the normal thing for someone to do. Bullying is unwanted or unneeded actions or words that are said or done to hurt someone and their feelings. They may make the bully feel powerful and make the victim feel unsafe. Some bullying may be online and other times face to face. Kids are affected in different ways.
Throughout history parents had a great concern for their children’s safety and their future life throughout knowing previous skills. In 1935 a revolutionary event guided parents in this task, it changed how parents became involved with innovated teaching techniques used to support their child’s learning all over the world. All of this had to do with the invention of the television. Soon after 1965 after the Second World War, a visionary man by the name of Walt Disney whom was the creator of World Disney. Walt Disney gave kids the opportunity to learn significant lessons inside the world of books and stories in a fascinating way.
"When I was young, all these books were about Mary Jane and the football player and the prom and ending up with the quiet guy and making your mom happy." S.E. Hinton wanted to write about stuff that depicted the real lives of teenagers and not the typical boy meets girl or the girl meets boy stories that people always wrote. Hinton has written over 20 books and some of them were made into movies, she also has received 19 awards. S.E. Hinton was influenced by her childhood of being a tomboy and playing with all her male cousins. As well as experiencing being a female teen in Oklahoma.