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What does Ponyboy talk like in the outsiders?
In the book The Outsiders, Ponyboy, the main character and narrator, has a serious but realistic tone throughout the novel. He does not shy away from telling the facts, or from telling things how they really are, even when he learns information that might change his earlier opinions.
Who hit Ponyboy in the face?
In the ensuing argument, Darry slaps Ponyboy. No one in Ponyboy’s family has ever hit him before, and Ponyboy storms out of the house in a rage. He feels sure now that Darry does not want him around. It is after two o’clock in the morning.
Why does pony not like to fight?
In The Outsiders, Ponyboy does not like fighting. He is a pacifist by nature and will only resort to physical violence if it is required to protect himself or another greaser.
Does Ponyboy like to read?
Ponyboy prefers to do things, like going to movies and reading books, that he can do alone, but being alone can be dangerous for a Greaser. On the way home from a movie, he gets jumped by a group of Socs.
Where did Ponyboy and Johnny fall asleep?
Later that night, Ponyboy and Johnny accidentally fall asleep in their favorite vacant lot. Ponyboy runs home, but when Darry scolds him and hits him for the first time, he goes back to find Johnny.
How does Ponyboy look like in the Outsiders?
He is described as good-looking and resemblant of Sodapop by several characters, though he disagrees. In the film, Ponyboy’s appearance is faithful to his novel appearance, with the exception of his hair, which is much darker than it is described as being in the book, although it is still brown.
What are some modern songs that could represent Ponyboy?
When Darry tells Ponyboy, “Sure, little buddy,” Ponyboy knows from this name that Darry loves him and wants him to stay at home. Another song that could represent Ponyboy is “Land of Confusion” by Genesis, which is about constant fighting.
What kind of hair does Ponyboy have in the book?
In the novel, Ponyboy has light-brown hair and greenish-gray eyes. He has a good build for his size and is a fast runner. At the beginning of the novel, Ponyboy’s hair is long and squared in the back, but after his haircut in Windrixville, his hair is short and bleached blond.
What was the poem that Ponyboy read to Johnny?
Johnny is referencing the Robert Frost poem that Ponyboy read to him while the two boys were hiding out in the church. The poem, and its message, are important thematically to the boys…