Why Are Gangs That Occur In The Outsiders

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The fault is the Socs. Have you ever thought about why there are gangs? The author In the novel The Outsiders by S.E.Hinton is talking about the Greaser and the Socs. They are gangs that are enemies. The greaser are poor and the socs are popular and rich. Since they are enemies there a lot of fights. In the novel, The Outsiders, much of the turmoil and conflict in the community is caused by the Socials. Johnny was justified in killing Bob. “I fought, but, the hand at the back of my neck was strong and I had to hold my breath. I’m dying, I thought , and wondered what was happening to Johnny. I couldn't hold my breath any longer. I fought again desperately but, only sucked in water. I'm drowning” (55-56). This evidence shows that Bob was drowning Ponyboy, so Johnny was justified in stabbing Bob. Johnny and Ponyboy should not have stayed and taken the consequences for Bob’s death. ‘Johnny!. I…show more content…
But, started in, talking a little faster than I usually do because I don’t like to think about it either’(Page 31). This evidence reveals that the socs was like mad that they were hanging out with there girls. Some people might say that the turmoil and conflict in the community is caused by the Greasers. People might say this because Greasers were talking to the girls that the Socs liked before the Rumble. But, it wasn’t the Greasers’ fault. They were just talking and hanging out with the girls. They were not trying to make the Socs jealous or mad. Conclusion In the novel, The Outsiders, much of the turmoil and conflict in the community is caused by the Socials. In conclusion, the novel of The Outsiders is much of a turmoil and a conflict in a community is caused by the Socs. In the conclusion, The Outsiders is much of a turmoil and a conflict in a community is caused by the socs!! Is the Socs fault because there wanted to killed Ponyboy and Johnny the Bob got
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