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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 THEME it may not always seem like it but even those who look like they have it all, have problems examples "and while i was thinking about it , I realized that i never had paid much attention to Soda's problems. Darry and i just took it for granted that he didn't have any. This relates to the theme because Ponyboy and Darry asumethat Soda life is good and that he doesnt have any problems becuasehes always happy but even though his life looks good he still has problems. start from scratch[clears the canvas] PLOT character analysis charactersBob,Randy,Cherry,Dally,Darry,Sodapop,Ponyboy,JohnnyTwo-bit,Steve Randle,Sandy,Paul HoldenTim shepard, setting the Outsiders setting is in Tulsa,Oklahoma.Ponyboy lives in the east side where all the other greasers live. The Socs live in the west side which isa richer area then the east side and is better taken care of then the east side. "i'll bet you think the Socs have it made.The rich kids, the West-side Socs I'll tell you something, Ponyboy, and it maycome as a surprise. We have troubles you've never even heard of." this relates to the theme because Ponyboythinks that the Socs have it all andthat there lives are all set. However Marcia tells him that that Socs don'thave it all and that they do have problemsand that there life's not perfect Ponyboy is a boy who lives in Oklahoma and is a greaser. One night Ponyboy is walking home from a movie thinking about how he wished he looked like Paul Newman, when a group of Socs (upper class youths) come and jump him. Ponyboy shouts for help, and since he is only two blocks away from his house his brother Sodapop, a high-school dropout, and Darry, Ponyboys oldest brother (Darry had to take responsibility for his brothers when their parents were killed in a car crash), Johnny, a sixteen-year-old who also had been jumped, Dally a hardened street hood Steve, Sodapops best friend; and Two-Bit, the funniest group member come running to help Ponyboy.The next night Ponyboy,Johnny and Dally go to a movie. At the movies they meet two Soc girls Cherry and Marcia, who Dally flirts with rudely. Johnny tells Dally to stop after that, Dally walks away stunned and angry. Ponyboy and Johnny watch the movie with the girls and Ponyboy and Cherry learn that they havea lot in common. Later in the night Two-bit shows up and the greasers walk the Soc girls to Two-bits house so he can drive them home. On there way to Two-bits house they meet Cherry and Marcias boyfriends (Bob and Randy)who are drunk.The girls decide to leave with the Socs to prevent a fight between the greasers and the Socs. Ponyboy is late getting home that night because he and Johnny fall asleep in a lot. When Ponyboy gets home Darry is very angry, they start to argue and then Darry hits Ponyboy no one had ever hit Ponyboy in their family. Ponyboy was so angry that he decided to run away. Ponyboy meets up with Johnny and they head to a park. At the park they encounter Bob,Randy and some other Soc. One of the Socs starts to drown Ponyboy in the park fountain. Ponyboy blacks out and when he regains conscious Johnny is next to him and Bob is on the ground dead. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Scared and desperate Johnny and Ponyboy seek out Dally help. Dally gives them a gun and some money and tells them to catch a train and go to an abandoned church near Windrixville. Ponyboy and Johnny hide in the church for a week reading Gone With The Wind, cutting and dyeing their hair to disguise themselves, and talking about poetry. After a couple of days, Dally comes to check on Ponyboy and Johnny. He tells them that, since Bobs death, tensions between the greasers and the Socs have gotten larger. A rumble was to take place the next night to settle matters. He says that Cherry, who feels partially responsible for Bobs death, has been acting as a spy for the greasers. Johnny shocks Dally by telling him that he wants to go back and turn himself in. when Ponyboy and Johnny go into the burning church this reveals that Ponyboy has a soft side. A lot of other greasers might have walked away from the burning church but Ponyboy raced into the church to save the children inside. Incidents such as when a group of socs come to pick up Cherry and Marcia from the Ponyboy, Two-bit and johnny show that Ponyboy isn't as bad as other greasers because Ponyboy is handed a broken bottle by Two-bit to fend off Socs but he tells Cherry that he would have never used the bottle he had to hurt the Socs in the blue mustang. As the plot continues Ponyboy becomes more and more aware of the issues in his world, such as how bad things really are between the greasers and socs, how things are rough all over and that not all socs are bad. Ponyboys decisions affect the plot by causing him and Johnny to go to the country instead of turning themselves in immediately after Johnny stabs Bob.The setting affects Ponyboy because Since Ponyboy grows up in the city he gets exposed to a lot of violence but the setting also affects Ponyboy by showing him that things are bad but he can rely on his family and friends such as Two-bit, johnny, Dally,Darry and Sodapop.Ponyboy affects Johnny because when they're at the church Ponyboy reads to Johnny which calms johnny down and helps him imagine a different place. Ponyboy also affects Darry because if Darry didn't have to take care of Ponyboy and Sodapop he would probably be a soc. Johnny affects Ponyboy because Johnny saves Ponyboys life buy killing Bob but that makes Ponyboy and him have to leave the city because the police start to look for them. Ponyboy contributes to the themes of the outsiders because many of the major problems in the book revolve around him which makes him a key part of the book and how it works and this creates a theme of the book because many of the key parts of the story involve him so his decisions create the theme.
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