The outsiders and johnny

Did he act in self-defense? Sodapop plans to marry Sandy, a greaser girl. All we know is that when Johnny stabbed Bob, David stopped trying to drown Pony in the fountain. Throughout the novel, Ponyboy struggles with class division, violence, innocence, and familial love.

He pressed for "more fire", and the small, controlled blaze accidentally triggered a much larger, uncontrolled fire, which a downpour doused.

He has an elfin face and icy blue eyes and, unlike his friends, does not put grease in his white-blond hair. He wears his thick hair in a complicated arrangement of swirls.

This interaction between female Socs and male greasers sparks the anger of the Soc boys and motivates them to attack Johnny and Ponyboy. Passive and quiet, Johnny is the principal catalyst for the major events of the novel.

Though an adult and a member of mainstream society, Jerry judges the greasers on their merits instead of automatically branding them juvenile delinquents. In the days preceding the rumble, Cherry becomes a spy for the greasers.

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But Johnny ends by advocating against gang violence, stating that he would gladly sacrifice his life for the lives of little children. Paul and Darry were friends and football teammates in high school.

Of course, this connection with the girls has some disastrous consequences since their boyfriends are Randy and Bob—the very Socials that beat Johnny so badly earlier in the year. Marcia and Two-Bit share a sense of humor and a taste for nonsensical musings.

Strong, athletic, and intelligent, Darry has quit school. He cannot go to the rumble because he was put in a reformatory for six months after robbing a liquor store.

The Complete Novel was released in Region 1 on June 3, Bob has a set of three heavy rings, which he wears when he fights greasers. Can we say if one human life is worth more than another?

In the poem, the speaker suggests that the sunrise gold is the most innocent, pure part of the day. Rescuing the children was a selfless action that Johnny performed willingly and performed well. His courage in rescuing the children from the burning church and his subsequent death as a result of injuries sustained in the rescue make him a martyr.

In turn, the older boys, particularly Dally, are protective of him. Their friends think that Johnny should lay low for a while to get himself out of trouble. Ponyboy thinks of Tim as an alley cat, hungry and restless. This movie was one of the few Hollywood offerings to deal realistically with kids from the wrong side of the tracks, and to portray honestly children whose parents had abused, neglected, or otherwise failed them.

He works two jobs to hold the family together. Although a gentle boy, he has a profound impact with his startling, persistent demand for peace. After accidentally killing Bob, one of the Socs, Johnny hides, taking Ponyboy with him.

The director also removed three scenes that were in the theatrical version in order to improve pacing. He is also tough—he once held off four opponents in a fight with a broken soda bottle.

Sodapop is the middle Curtis boy. Table of Contents Johnny Cade Johnny Cade is a vulnerable sixteen-year-old greaser in a group defined by toughness and a sense of invincibility.

Randy tries to make peace with Ponyboy after Ponyboy saves the children from the fire, and he refuses to fight in the Soc-greaser rumble.

He dies a hero, knowing how much he means to his gang. Ponyboy and Johnny looking at their silhouettes in the lake and talking about their hair, attempting to catch a rabbit, and playing poker.

As the day goes on, it loses that innocence, just as human beings lose a lot of their innocence and purity when they grow up. Dillon and Lowe provided separate commentary. Because his parents have died in a car accident, Ponyboy lives with his brothers Darry and Sodapop.

After being involved in so much violence, it probably made him feel clean and new, at least to some degree.

We never see him being mean or mistreating others. Two-Bit, whose real name is Keith, is a wisecracking greaser who regularly shoplifts.The Outsiders is a American coming-of-age drama film directed by Francis Ford Coppola, an adaptation of the novel of the same name by S.

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E. Hinton. The film was released on March 25, The film was released on March 25, Just before Johnny dies, his relationship with Dally is clarified when Dally tells Johnny that he is proud of him: "Johnny's eyes glowed.

Dally was proud of him. That was all Johnny had ever wanted." And Dally needs Johnny as much as Johnny needs Dally.

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Ponyboy realizes this truth after Johnny's death. Johnny seems also to be saying that he's come to terms with his death, because death was the price he had to pay to regain some of the innocence he'd lost. Rescuing the children was a selfless action that.

The Outsiders () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Johnny Cade is a vulnerable sixteen-year-old greaser in a group defined by toughness and a sense of invincibility.

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He comes from an abusive home, and he takes. Johnny - Let get you up to speed on key information and facts on The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton.

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