The Gang She would go out with Soda along with Steve and his girl on many occasions. Personality Not much is known about Sandy, but she is a greaser girl. He is the most thoughtful of his gang, and the story is told from his point of view. They fall asleep, and when Johnny wakes Pony up it's 2 a. Darry asks Ponboy if he is alright, to which Ponyboy, through in reality shaken up, answers yes. But all that goodness comes to nothing. Strong, athletic, and intelligent, Darry has quit school in the book and in the movie.
Days later, Dally comes to check on them, revealing that violence between the greasers and Socs has escalated since Bob's death into all-out city-wide warfare, with Cherry acting out of guilt as a spy for the greasers. The greasers run inside the burning church to save the children, but Ponyboy is rendered unconscious by the fumes. When the two boys disobey Dally and run into the burning church, they further establish their agency and cement their independence from the older greasers. In contrast to Ponyboy's conflicted emotions regarding Darry, Pony's feelings for Soda are entirely positive. Details that make the book and the movie different Both the book and the movies are very much alike. When Ponyboy and Darry were fighting one night, Soda got distressed and ran out.
Sodapop likes fast cars and going out dancing. Hiding in an abandoned, rural church, they feel like real outsiders, with their greased, long hair and general hoody appearance. Ponyboy even goes as far as to say that he loves Soda more than he loves any other person in his life. Publication date April 24, Media type Print , , Pages 192 Followed by The Outsiders is a by , first published in by. As a young child, she grew up on a farm wanting… to them there was still good in it. Dally storms out and Ponyboy and Johnny befriend the two soc girls, named Cherry and.
When Ponyboy and his friend Johnny get attacked by a group of Socs, Johnny acts on impulse and kills one of the Socs, to prevent him from drowning Ponyboy in a nearby fountain. Ponyboy Curtis in the fourteen-year-old boy that explains the story in both the book and the movie, and also the youngest of the greasers. He wonders why life is so much more difficult for him and his friends than it is for their rivals, the Socs. Johnny decides to turn himself in and Dally agrees to take the boys back home. He also refuses to fight in the rumble. Overwhelmed, Ponyboy faints and is sick in bed for many days due to the resulting from the rumble. No one ever said life was easy.
Though Johnny does not succeed in school, he approaches intellectual matters with steady concentration. They run into the building but Johnny is serious injured saving the children. Throughout the book you can realize he has a truly inspirational personality, and love his qualities and values. Later, Ponyboy visits Johnny at the hospital, where he is in critical condition. She has also written several picture books, a collection of short stories, and a novel for adults. Appearance She is described by Ponyboy to have blond hair, and big blue eyes that would look so happy every time she was with Soda even though she didn't love him as much as he thought she did. He loves horses and wants to take care of Ponyboy.
Please note that the tricks or techniques listed in this pdf are either fictional or claimed to work by its creator. He is then suddenly rescued by the rest of his gang, who chase the socs away. Pony barely escapes, but a piece of timber falls on Johnny, burning him badly and breaking his back. Still, Cherry tells Pony she cannot be his friend, because they are from different social classes. Being book smart is not the only way to be a successful individual. Sodapop then shares with Ponyboy his plan to marry , his girlfriend.
Things haven't always worked out for Soda, but his ability to shrug his shoulders and make the most out of life no matter what it throws at him keeps him in the game. He gets good grades in school and is a superb athlete but pals around with the local hoods, the Greasers consisting of him, his brothers Soda and Darry , Steve, Johnny, Dally, and Two Bit Ponyboy is the youngest of the greaser gang. From the first moment they meet, Pony and Cherry realize they have a lot in common. Should Soda have fought to get an education no matter what? While Soda is working to support his family and waiting for Sandy to finish school, Sandy becomes pregnant with another man's child and is sent to live in Florida with her grandmother. Pony and Johnny go to a vacant lot to hang out before heading home. No one can get mad at him, not even Dally.
He is described as good-looking and resemblant of Sodapop by several characters, though he disagrees. Dally calls the house to say that he has robbed a store and is running from the police. It's pretty clear that Sandy's parents rejected Soda as son-in-law material. Because his parents have died in a car accident, Ponyboy lives with his brothers Darry and Sodapop. Sodapop has a very clear love of freedom that becomes unmistakable throughout the novel. His parents were killed in an automobile accident just eight months before The Outsiders story takes place.
When Soda was twelve years old, he worked at some stables so he could be near his favorite horse, Mickey Mouse. Bob: Cherry's boyfriend, Randy's best friend. The story is set from the point of a Greaser, called Ponyboy who lives with his two older brothers, Darry and Sodapop. Sensitive Ponyboy used to have a good relationship with his oldest brother Darrel, but since Darrel became the household caregiver, he is always on Ponyboy's case. In the novel, Ponyboy has light-brown hair and greenish-gray eyes.
Bob takes Ponyboy and starts drowning him until Johnny gets his switchblade out and kills Bob. Things soon start to return to normal, but Ponyboy is extremely haunted by the death of his friends, and is unable to face the truth. Although he is failing English, his teacher, Mr. Cherry is both offended and intrigued by her encounter with Dally Winston at the drive-in. Dally feels protective of Johnny Cade. He doesn't like anything about Buck, including his taste in music. Biography Ponyboy is a fourteen-year old greaser who lives with his two older brothers, and on the lower-class east side of.