[tags: The Outsiders] - Stereotype, someone who is regarded as embodying or conforming to a set image or type. They both live in the city of Tulsa, one group on the Northside and one on the Southside. E Hinton, follows a “delinquent” gang called the greasers, and their privileged enemies, the Socs.
The greasers are constantly battling with the socs which is short for socials.... “The Outsiders” is a novel about friendship, rivalry, stereotypes, trust and family relationships set in the 1960’s of America. Describes how two gangs, the Socs and the Greasers get to know each other’s problems in an exciting and nail-biting storyline.
Johnny and Dally are both very contrasting characters and each play a vital role in both the novel and Ponyboy’s life....
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[tags: Outsiders Squatter] - The Outsiders” takes you through a journey of struggle, violence, and death.
The fact that the bicycle could stand up straight on just two wheels is insane. Hinton’s novel The Outsiders, there are two such characters.
Though it takes tremendous amounts of hard work, the end result is worth it. [tags: the outsiders, hinton] - How can two people whose lives are so different have so much in common. Dally Winston and Bob Sheldon are similar because both enjoy fighting and have parents who do not give them the attention they require. Hinton, The Outsiders, The Outsiders] - A Deconstructionist Perspective of S. Hinton's The Outsiders The unseen layers present in S. Hinton's The Outsiders make it possible for the reader to develop differing interpretations of the novel.The two main groups of the story were the Socs and the greasers. Hinton that shows the struggles of growing up Hinton did a fine job with the character development, the plot, and the theme with a few flaws. The Outsiders has a strong value of family and friendship.The Socs are in the upper class while the greasers are the poor ones that dislike the Socs because they have more money, better cars, and act like they are better than 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.... Throughout the book there are many satellite themes and issues.It examines the life of a recently orphaned young man born into poverty confronted with the prejudices that he could not change.He struggles with the many conflicts between the lower class and the upper class youths.This group of hoods are born into rich families from the west side of town, are of a high "social" class, drive around in Mustangs and Corvairs, and mostly wear checkered jackets with a madras on them....[tags: Outsiders Summary Hinton] - This book showed the struggle between rich and poor. Stay gold” from the renowned novel “The Outsiders” is something that I hope my children and grandchildren will have the privilege to know and understand.The Outsiders focuses on the life of Ponyboy Curtis who has two brothers, Darry and Sodapop, which belong to a group of young people that were called greasers.The Greasers defined as a group of hoodlums with a background of being poor, mean, and violent.... Hinton takes place in a small town in the southwestern part of the United States and it's about two groups of kids called the Socs (socials) who are the rich kids and the Greasers, who are the poor kids.These battles end in fatalities and two members of the greaser gang running away (Coppola, "The outsiders").Ponyboy Curtis, the main character, and his friend Johnny Cade are two teenage boys that are part of the greaser gang also known as the greasers. Hinton, The Outsiders] - Comparing Johnny and Dally in The Outsiders by SE Hinton Johnny and Dally are both major characters in the novel “The Outsiders” by SE Hinton.