Two Stages Of Grief In The Outsiders

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There are two stages of grief that are in The Outsiders which are anger and acceptance. In The Outsiders Dally has a stage of grief which is anger. Anger is “strength and it can be an anchor, giving temporary structure to the nothingness of loss” (Elisabeth Kubler-Ross). Dally was very upset because Johnny died. He could not control himself so he “robbed a grocery store” (Hinton 153). The cops were after Dally for robbing the store. Dally did this out of anger because of Johnny’s death. He did the wrong thing and his punishment from the cops was death. Dally died because he robbed the grocery store. To conclude, one stage of grief in The Outsiders is anger. Another stage of grief in The Outsiders is acceptance. Acceptance is “accepting

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