Sodapop then shares with Ponyboy his plan to marry , his girlfriend. When Johnny dies, Dally loses control and runs from the room in a frenzy. Ponyboy understands, but is still mad because he knows that it's not Johnny's fault Bob is dead. He can even turn a mean back flip in the air and can hold his own in a rumble. Ponyboy is a very intelligent person, and the narrator of the story. For example, he realized that all Socials are not the same, and that they're all people. He Learned the meaning of the poem stay gold.
Dally agrees to drive Ponyboy and Johnny back home. These Socs had threatened Two-Bit, Johnny, and Ponyboy earlier in the evening when they found them walking with Cherry and Marcia. He realized that even if the Greasers beat the Socs in the rumble, it would not do anything. Ponyboy goes home and gets very sick. I remembered how close he and Dad had been, and I wondered how I could ever have thought him hard and unfeeling. GradeSaver, 31 May 2009 Web. For example he saved Pony from being drowned by a bunch of Socs boys.
However, as the boys leave, they notice that the abandoned church where Ponyboy and Johnny have been staying has caught fire. At the hospital, he is diagnosed with minor burns and bruises. Pony has a web site, and is on Face Book as Gawani Ponyboy. Also, the only reason the rumble is taking place is because of the fight between Johnny and that one Soc who stabbed him. Dally's care for the boys underscores his capacity for loyalty and self-sacrifice. This theme focuses on a teenager's tendency to see only the extremes of an issue, not the gray areas. Hinton introduces the theme here with the three brothers.
Ponyboy has brown, almost redish hair and has green eyes. I listened to his heart pounding through his T-shirt and I knew everything was going to be okay now. My definition of a hero is someone how saves others from danger. And while he is loyal to the rest of the gang, he often doesn't approve of their behavior. They often carry switchblades, mainly to help them stand their ground against the Socs. And these attitudes and behaviors only increase after Johnny and Dallas die. Generally, she associates warm colors with the Socs and cool colors with the greasers.
The Socs, short for Socials, gang up on Ponyboy and threaten to slit his throat. Greasers wear their hair long and put grease in it. By the end of the novel with the help of meeting Cherry Vallence and Cherry's boyfriends' friend he realizes that the Socs aren't all like Cherry's boyfriend mean, ruthless, stuck up and that some are nice a … nd friendly and can be normal. Do you think Dally's parents have influenced the way he is; his personality? See Sandy's section for some more discussion of this, but here we want to talk about what this says about Soda. They sit behind a pair of attractive Soc girls.
Just as they get the last child through the window, the roof caves in, and Ponyboy blacks out. He also describes the relationships between his gang members, and the relationships within his own family. As they walk back down the hospital hall, they see Johnny's mother complaining that she's not allowed to see him. He is in high school at the age of 14. Ponyboy also gained knowledge that the Socs often had similar problems as the Greasers.
The church gives Ponyboy a creepy feeling, perhaps a premonition, but sleep overtakes both boys and any fears or premonitions are lost to exhaustion. The boys realize that they are outnumbered as five Socs climb out of the car, including Bob and Randy, Cherry's and Marcia's boyfriends. 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. He is portrayed by in the film. He knew Soda was in love with Sandy and planned to marry her, but Pony sure didn't know she was pregnant with another guy's child. We see just how much he values peace and his brothers. Ponyboy decides that he and Johnny will go to a double feature at the drive-in with their friend Dally.
As he walks, he notices a red Corvair trailing him. Syme, Pony's English teacher, understands what Pony's going through. He regains consciousness in an ambulance. Desperate and terrified, Ponyboy and Johnny hurry to find Dally Winston, the one person they think might be able to help them. Ponyboy continues to try to reassure him. However, he gained respect from a Greaser, Ponyboy, from doing so. Pony and Bob insult each other before the socs run after Pony and Johnny.
For example, in the novel, Darry wants Ponyboy to get all A's and expects nothing less. Ponyboy says that greasers are poorer and wilder than the Socs, whom the newspapers condemn one day for throwing parties and praise the next day for good citizenship. Corvair a Chevrolet automobile model. Ponyboy agrees with this assessment. Ponyboy Curtis Ponyboy Curtis, the youngest member of the greasers, narrates the novel. Before Bob died, Randy was happily drunk from everything he got, since he was a Soc. This is a dominant theme found in many fairy tales and much folklore, and thus it makes sense that it would also appear in the narration of a story told by a 14-year-old boy.
I had the same deathly fear that something was going to happen that none of us could stop. What would your advice be to Johnny and Ponyboy if they'd come to you for help instead of Dally? He also had no idea that Sandy had left town to raise the baby, even though Soda wanted to marry her and raise the child as his own. She asks about Johnny, but says she can't bring herself to go visit him in the hospital because he is the one who killed her boyfriend, Bob. These three … examples proove that he is an outsider in that seperate group. He says he's sick of all the fighting, and instead of going to the rumble, he's going to leave town.