• The Outsiders Debate
    jaw.”(Pg 143/ The Outsiders/ Hinton). This quote shows that the Socs swung first therefore they started the rumble, not he greasers. “ ‘We gotta win that fight tonight,’ Dally said. His voice was hard. ‘ We gotta get even with the Socs. For Johnny.’”(Pg 107/ The Outsiders/ Hinton). This quote shows...
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  • The Outsiders
    firsthand. In The Outsiders violence occurs at its very best. It affects people in different ways, changes people – physically and emotionally but also causes very positive outcomes which turns into a lifelong lesson for both the Socs and the Greasers. Violence affects many different people in many...
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  • The Outsider
    walking with the Socs girls to get Two-bit’s car who is another greaser, a carload of Socs pulls up and starts to give the Greasers and Cherry problems. This almost leads to a fight and but Cherry stops the fight before it begins. But as the night passes Johnny and Ponyboy end of falling asleep in...
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  • Double Helix
    this book are the poor ones called Greasers. I hope that this book is really interesting and exciting, because I hope, there a many fights and action in this book. b) At the cover of the book “the outsiders” is just a breast from a boy, who wears a white tank-top and a black leader jacket...
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  • The Outsiders
    and the lack of realistic fiction for high school readers. The Outsiders, first published in 1967, tells the story of class conflict between the greasers, a group of low-class youths, and the Socs (short for Socials), a group of privileged rich kids who live on the wealthy West Side of town. The novel...
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  • The Outsiders
    souped-up cars and hold up gas stations and have a gang fight once in a while.” and belong to gangs. Not only do the teenagers despise Greasers and look up to the Socs, even the adults regard Greasers with contempt while they turn a blind eye to the Socs committing crimes. As such, the text is...
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  • The Outsiders
    movies alone? 3. Who are the Socs?  Who are the Greasers? 4.  How do Ponyboy's relationships with Darry and Sodapop differ?  Explain. 5.  Why is the 'gang' important to Johnny? 6.  How does Ponyboy react to what Sodapop tells him about Darry? 7.  Do you think Darry loves Ponyboy?  Why does he...
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  • Out Siders Book Report (Reflection)
    -boy at the movies who later betrayed the SOCs cause of the disrespect they had against the greasers becoming there personal spy letting them know what they are doing and what there about to do. Dallas Winston- Dally is the strongest and oldest of the brothers and greasers. Dallas is also called...
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  • Outsiders Book Report
    BOOK REPORT: "The Outsiders" 1. Hinton, S.E. The Outsiders. New York: Puffin Books, 1967 2. The title of this book relates to the story, because in the book, Ponyboy and Johnny are "outsiders." They can be thought of as Outsiders because they are labeled Greasers although they do not act...
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  • Who is the Outsider?
    others like other greasers wanted to be. He was the gentle, emotional character in the novel. Randy is an outsider because, by the end of the book, he was not like the socs. He did not want to fight. He did not hate the greasers. He actually had the courage to do the right thing and be...
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  • The Outsiders
    The Outsiders is a novel by S.E Hinton that is set in the 1960’s in a city close to New York. It is about the conflict between the rich people, the upper-class, the west-side kids, called the Socs and the lower class, poorer people, called the Greasers. The conflict between the two social...
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  • The Outsiders
    socs and greasers was that the greasers loved Elvis and the socs loved the Beatles. Since I was not born at Elvis' and the Beatles' time and I do not like either of them—I cannot relate to it. The were two other reasons for why it was hard to relate to the book: the first reason is that my life is not...
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  • The Outsiders Essay
    /friendships between the greasers and socs despite their differences. Cherry Valence becomes friends with Pony-Boy, Cherry the soc represents the perfect life to Ponyboy. She is a good-looking cheerleader, but she says that the Socs have troubles, too. Her life appears perfect to an outsider looking in...
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  • Book Review the Outsiders
    The Outsiders The Outsiders is a book the author wrote while she was still in high school in the south and it is based on her own life. The story takes place in a small town in the 1960s. The two main groups in this story are the "socs" and the "greasers." The socs are rich high school students...
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  • The Outsiders
    it's why they're called the Greasers. When Ponyboy gets jumped in the novel and the Socs sneer at him and say "We're going to do you a favor, greaser. We're gonna cut all that long greasy hair off" (5) they are essentially saying that they're going to take away his identity so he no longer has...
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  • Reflection on the Outsider
    understand why they treat me like that way. After I read The Outsider and the time passed, I understood everything now. They did those things to me because I am different to them. My actions and language are all different to them. It likes the Socs and Greasers, their differences are their class...
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  • The Outsiders Literature Response
    The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton original copyright 1967 The protagonists in the book are the Greasers and the antagonists are the Socs. The main characters are Darry, Soda, Dally, Bob, Ponyboy, and Johnny. Darry is tall, muscular, smart and very strict towards Ponyboy. Darry yells at Ponyboy and...
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  • Critical Essay
    you know the rivalry between the socs and Greasers is big and violent, as they get out the car the socs tell the Greasers back away from the girls then just before a fight starts the two girls agree to get in the car with them. And this shows that Ponyboy won’t hurt the socs even though he hates...
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  • The Outsiders
    THE OUTSIDERS BY: S.E. Hinton The story the outsiders starts off with Pony Curtis is a member of the Greasers, a gang of poor teenagers with long, oily hair and from the wrong side of town. While returning home from the movies one night, Pony is attacked by the Socs, a gang of rich kids...
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  • T.O Character Analysis
    You might have talked to someone who you thought had it all, and when the person explains why they don’t, you keep an open mind. However, in the end you think: “If those are the biggest problems they have, then they must have a good life.” In The Outsiders, the plot features two groups of kids...
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