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    Are things tough all over? The book The Outsiders written by S. E. hinton, translates its theme by using strong characters, symbolism, and compelling events. The Outsiders is a book about and narrated by a fourteen year old, greaser named Ponyboy Curtis who lives with his two brothers sodapop and darry because of their parents that died in a car accident. This book takes you through the world of a teenage “hoodlum” written by a women, from a young boy’s point of view. This young men gang in Tulsa

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    “The Outsiders”, by S.E Hinton is the story of Ponyboy Curtis and the struggles he faces as a “Greaser”. Ponyboy lives on the east side of town with his older brothers, Darry and Sodapop. After their parents died, the oldest Curtis brother, Darry becomes the guardian of his younger brothers. Other characters that come to play as the story progresses are, Steve, Two-Bit, Johnny, and Dallas, who are also all greasers. The greasers have a hateful feud going on with the “Socs”, the upper class socialite

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    Two boys on the run for legal homicide. Rivals getting even no matter what. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton is about Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade on the run after an incident that changed their lives forever. Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade were as close as brothers. Their rivals, the Socs, tried to drown Ponyboy, but Johnny killed one of them before they could. They run to their friend for help and hide in a church. Ponyboy and Johnny rescued some kids from a church picnic who got caught in the church

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    It is unthinkable for two dissimilar characters to have so many connections, but can it happen? S.E. Hinton certainly puts this claim to the test with her novel The Outsiders. Two characters, Dallas Winston and Johnny Cade, seem to be vastly unalike at first glance, but despite their differences, they also have similarities. They are similar because they both have abusive parents and they both care about each other. However, Dally and Johnny have opposite personalities and different views about laws

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    Literary Analysis - The Outsiders Have you ever worried about children you know being in a gang? The Outsiders is a book by S.E. Hinton from the perspective of a fourteen year old boy named Ponyboy. It illustrates two weeks in his life that changed him forever, really though this kids weeks were insane, in the book you see his hardships, his struggles, and his successes, also the fact that really a lot of the book is based around “Nothing gold can stay.” the poem by Robert Frost is super cool. Although

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    The book The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, follows a horrific part of the life of a boy named Ponyboy Curtis. He is what you might call a Greaser, and has had a rough go at it in his life compared to others. It is difficult, but Ponyboy somehow manages to be himself and has the tenacity to stick through it all. He is in a gang with his friends and family and they are loyal to one another no matter what. A rival gang from the Socs crowd, a richer, more refined group, send him and his pals into a whirlwind

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    Title The Outsiders, a timeless novel by S.E Hinton, is one that takes readers on a roller coaster of emotions. Hinton wrote the novel in her teen years and mainly targeted it toward young adult readers. However, the plot, the characters, and the action result in the novel being read and enjoyed by a universal audience. The story follows the lives of two rival gangs. The Greasers live on the East and poorer side of town; the Socs, short for Socials, live on the West and more affluent side of town

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    The Outsiders written by S.E. Hinton is a fiction, yet nonfiction novel. He started to write The Outsiders when he was fifteen years old when he had seen a “greaser” walking down the street and stopped and jumped by a bunch of kids. He found himself going home in outrage and writing up a story based on the scene that had unraveled before him. Though the novel is based upon actual people in Hinton’s life, the events in it are not, making The Outsiders a fiction and nonfiction book. The outsiders is

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    In the book The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton the three boys were on there and they were very close and try to keep each other out of trouble with the police and the Socs so they won’t get split up from each other. Since Ponyboy, Darry, and Sodapop’s parents died Ponyboy might go into the system because of his incident at the park and they were worried that the judge would Ponyboy and Sodapop in the system or a boy home.Ponyboy should stay with Darry because he can administer for him and it’s better

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    and a movie that strikes deeply close to home. The author, S.E. Hinton, shows that there is a great deal we can learn from the characters of her book. S.E. Hinton speaks through a numerous amount of characters that teach the reader an awful lot about life. These characters struggled to find who they are, however, those struggles taught them how they need to appreciate people and life for what it is. There is no doubt that S.E. Hinton spoke through her characters to paint the life lesson of appreciating

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