The Theme Of Friendship And Friendship In 'The Outsiders'

Friendship and Loyalty Friendship: the laws of attraction: the conventional wisdom is that we choose friends because of who they are. But it turns out that we actually love them because of the way they support who we are. Everyone must have one best friend who stick with them at any circumstance when the rest are so busy to hear from their friends, or too busy to share the problem. Since people are getting older, they tend to have less and less friends. But, the best friendship is the most precious’s gift that people can have rather than a ton of fake friends, who are not really true relationshion. In the novel the outsider, the author shows that good friendship and loyalty can protect people from being and hurt and promote love in…show more content…
in the novel the outsider, the author poits out that the love from loyalty friend can make someone risk his life to save his friend’s life. Let looks at this quote, “We think the towheaded kid is going to be all right. He burned one arm pretty badly, though, trying to drag the other kid out of the window” (Hinton 95). This quote shows that Dally was willing to jump into the fire to save Johnny, despite wanting to not help earlier. Throughout the book "The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton, there are many different themes. One of the most prominent, however, is the theme of friendship and loyalty, "The nurses wouldn't let us see Johnny.’’ (Hinton119). He was in critical condition. No visitors. But Two-Bit wouldn't take no for an answer. That was his buddy in there and he aimed to see him. Two-Bit and Pony are determined to get in there and see Johnny, despite the nurses telling them no.Real-Life Examples Of Loyalty Much like the characters in The Outsiders, real-life gangs are loyal to each other, although in different, and harsher ways. “I can trust my friends and family with a lot, and I hope they know they can trust me back. Just like Ponyboy and Johnny, I trust my friends and tell them a lot, and like Ponyboy and Sodapop I trust and rely on my older brother.” (The Outsider Friendship and Loyalty, Amanda)Themes of friendship throughout the book "The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton mostly revolves around how family and friends will stick together through even the worst times. They are all loyal and honest to each other. From my own point of view it makes me realize what a close friend or your family would do or you in even the hardest time and threi love will never

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