Family is an important component in everyone’s life. S.E Hinton this The Outsiders there is contradiction between the gang’s biological family and their “family”. Johnny is a member of the gang that is not wanted and cared for by his parents but musters to find a strong bond with the gang. The Outsiders, a realistic fiction book by S.E Hinton, shows the importance that family is the one that cares about you even though many people say that your biological family can understand you more.
Question: How does S.E. Hinton’s novel, The Outsiders, show that an individual’s family life has an impact on their actions? Discuss three main characters as part of your answer. Introduction: S.E. Hinton’s novel the outsiders, shows that an individual’s family life has an impact on their action by having lots of different characters with different family life’s and it shows the different between growing up rich (soc’s) and growing up poor (greasers).
Incoming! There was a report of a small church fire at Windrix Hill, Oklahoma. The fire started at 2:00 pm on Friday 1965. It was reported as being caused by a burning cigarette left on the floor. Three boys, Ponyboy Curtis, Johnny Cade, and Dallas Minston were on the run for a murder of a Soc named Bob Sheldon.
Brotherly love is strong and unconditional, even if you are oblivious of it, as Ponyboy Curtis learns in The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. Ponyboy and his brother Darry have an interesting relationship because of the situation they are in with Darry having to play the role of the parent, and three ways that Ponyboy describes his relationship with his brother in The Outsiders is kill, firm, and care. Ponyboy feels that Darry puts a lot of pressure on him to not get into trouble in school or on the streets. In this novel, Ponyboy mentions, “Darry would kill me if I got into trouble with the police.” (1).
The biggest influence in shaping Ponyboy’s identity was his loyalty to his gang as throughout the book the author shows just how loyal Ponyboy is. To begin with, in the story, Darry did not want Ponyboy to go to the rumble because he was quite beat up. However, Ponyboy really believed he should go because they were down in numbers and he wanted to fight for his gang anyway. In the text it said, “Oh, no, I thought in mortal fear, I’ve got to be in it. Right then the most important thing in my life was helping us whip the Socs.”
What would you do if the one thing, that made a group stay together left? The group would be able to stay together after losing Johnny because, even though they lost a loved one,they would still do anything for one another like backing each other up without a second thought. While reading The Outsiders by S.E Hinton, the death of Johnny formed a question about whether or not the gang would be able to stay together. The death of Johnny made me believe that the bond of the gang was stronger then before,with them even choosing to back up each other, even if it means danger to themselves or helping one another when in need of some assistance,and finally realizing that they were all they had left for family and friends. The gang had been stronger together
First off, Ponyboy and Johnny went to Dally Winston after killing Bob because of his superior skills in fleeing from the cops and trouble. Dally has committed and have been associated with crimes before so Ponyboy and Johnny went to him for help and advice. They know him very well because they are all close because of the gang. In the text on page 18 “Dally had spent three years on the wild side of New York and had been arrested at the age of ten.” Dally has an experience with the police like no one else they know.
What are 1960 's outsiders? What are 2000 's outsiders? They are both put out of society, but that can 't be it. The outsiders have changed so much, it 's incredible. But, why are insiders afraid of them.
The Outsiders In this world sometimes you have no one to look up to. So, when you are alone or sad you can only honor what you have. In the book, “The Outsiders”, S.E. Hinton talks about honoring yourself when you have nothing to honor. This theme is present in “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton.
Making a difficult decision can affect a person’s life entirely. It could affect them immensely in their life, and in the future. In the book “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton, Ponyboy’s brother Darry, becomes his new guardian after their parents die in a tragic accident. 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.
These are the reason’s why Johnny’s the outsider in the book The Outsider by S.E Hinton are for the following reasons. First he’s the gang pet, as well as he is he is different from all the others, and he’s is almost alway silent. And here are evidence why. The first reason is that he is the gang's pet and he is like the baby of the group and in the book it says “He was the gang’s pet, everyone’s kid brother. ”-pg 123