Sometimes it is hard to do what is right, and people often get caught up in the web of morals. Randy sees the consequences of fighting, and decides that he does not want to be involved in another murder. Besides, I look better with long hair. I just wanted out of that school and I never wanted to go back. The entire premises of the book and the movie revolves around the Greasers and the Socs, two rival groups that fight over personal pride and bitterness between social classes. She slides into a silver Mercedes Benz, loaded with the richest kids in town.
Also, before the fight and after Johnny and Ponyboy got jumped, Johnny threatened to kill any Soc that tried to jump the greasers again. Sodapop Curtis - Soda is Pony's handsome, charming older brother. Their outsider status can help to define decisions they make in life but may also be the result of barriers preventing their inclusiveness to society such as age, skin colour, or beliefs. Using sunrise again, it is a much closer connection between Ponyboy and Johnny. These differences can be physical whereas one feels as if they. What draws Cherry to the greasers? The Outsiders is a book that changed the style of young adult writers because it went off from the genre that young adult writer were using during that time period.
Dallas comes a week later to Johnny and Ponyboy and tells them that everybody knows about the murder that happened at the park between the Socs and the Greasers and that they will fight tomorrow night Hinton 51. A gang of poor, abused teenagers learn to cherish each other and life by getting through challenges not every teenager goes through. In fact, most of the conflicts in the novel are caused by inaccurate stereotypes. For example, I would not beat up people or gang up on people. These families were headed by a dominant male and were usually in competition with other families. My hair is longer than a lot of boys wear theirs, squared off in back and long at the front and sides, but I am a greaser and most of my neighborhood rarely bothers to get a haircut. Both nominees make personal sacrifices to improve the lives of others.
People can evolve into almost completely new beings. The three boys are orphaned after a car accident kills their parents and Darry is left to provide for them. Throughout the play, it becomesevident to the reader that Medea is no ordinary woman by Greek standards. One day the church catches on fire. Johnny died, but he died a gallant hero. In addition to his cold, mean image, he is Johnny's hero, he is the one who literally gave Pony the coat off his back, he helped to save the children from the fire, and he was a scared boy who reached out to the Curtis brothers when he most needed help at the end of his life. Dally and Johnny have a lot in common despite having different views of the world.
The Outsiders is about a gang. The 3 major differences… 1162 Words 5 Pages Casino Royale Book and Movie Comparison Today, there are a lot of movies shot in the spy genre. He's got eyes that are like two pieces of pale blue-green ice. He wants the Greasers to know their place in society, and to stay away from Soc girls. Callaghan's novel is based off and follows Red Ryan's now forgotten story almost word for word.
Ross is very much a fly on the wall listening and reporting conversations, describing scenery and clothing. Dally then runs in after them to help. This is one heroic quality Johnny has. However, if a closer look is taken these two characters have a lot in common as well. When Ponyboy got to the hospital, he found Sodapop and Darry crying at the sight of him being alive. They were the preppy kids, the rich ones, the goody-two-shoes. Dead-end leads and undeniably concealed reports leave Parsfal with little information on which to go.
Many great books have been turned into great movies by adapting every bit of detail from the book to the movie, but as well as good books are being turned into good movies there are also good books being turned into disappointing movies by changing the great meaningful story the original author had written into a shallow script. In focusing on two key scenes in The Outsiders, deconstruction explains how Hinton's use of these scenes gives the reader insight into two opposing themes within the text. When Ponyboy and the gang found Johnny after they had left, Johnny was crying. Just because you are rich and belong to a tough gang does not mean you are cruel like the other. They both have violent tendencies, look for fights, and end up losing their lives because of it; more important, both draw ideological lines in the sand. Conflict-Stimulation Techniques Communication: Using ambiguous or threatening messages to increase conflict levels.
There were plays made about the book too. The were two other reasons for why it was hard to relate to the book: the first reason is that my life is not like the lives of the characters in the book. Hinton, an author of The Outsiders, defines a hero as one who learns, changes and helps everyone. The bureau also reports that teens do not assume adult responsibilities until after they graduate college. Another way that Dallas and Bob are similar is they both have parents who do not give them the attention they need.
In their bearing and appearance, Ponyboy and Bob could not be farther from each other. You do not have to keep reading to solve a problem. But he is not that extreme persona. They have turned to the gang for the love and support that should have come from parents. You cannot effectively analyze the argument until you completely understand it. Dally raises a gun to the police and they gun him down.
This novel tackles issues such as violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Dally flirts with the women obnoxiously. But Ponyboy thinks that Darry is a lot stricter than his father, but by the end of the book he. The socs attack him on the way home from a movie. Hinton wrote the story when she was just 16 years old, in the 1950s.