Windrixville Essays and Term Papers

  • Qweaff

    ZERO TO HERO * Heroic Actions By Gang Members By christopher, AARON, AND nathan 1965 This afternoon, here in Windrixville, acts of heroism and bravery were witnessed and preformed by multiple gang members. Around 12:00 today, a fire started in an abandoned church in the countryside just as...

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  • Johnny Cade

    them out of trouble and when he goes out and gets supplies. Later on he changes in his relationship with Ponyboy, during their five-day stay in Windrixville they both grow extremely close, even closer than they were before. As the story begins, Johnny is revealed as a shy and frightened boy...

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  • the outsiders

    values his friendship more than his safety. After the stabbing, Johnny and Pony fled town to an old abandoned church at the top of Jany Mountain in Windrixville, there they stayed for about a week. After staying at the church for several days Johnny and Pony got a visitor, this visitor happened to be Dallas...

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  • Newspaper about Fire in the Outsiders

    Yesterday, 19th of April, a fire stroke the old abandoned Church in Windrixville, placing various kids in serious risks and leaving Johnn Cade, 16 years old in an irreparable damage. He is in coma, due to a piece of timber catching fire that fell on his back, leading it to great damage....

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  • The Outsiders

    is your youth, because, when you go to a new place it is gold, something good happening. When Johnny and Ponyboy killed the Soc they ran away to Windrixville, it was gold meaning it was a great place to be. "Her hardest hue to hold," means that your youth, which is represented by the word hue in this...

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  • Is Johnny Cade Ultimately a Good Person?

    the burning church; he stabbed and killed Bob Sheldon and he stands up to Dally at the movies. Johnny saves the kids in the burning church in Windrixville, on Jay Mountain. This shows that he is a good person because he is fixing his mistakes; he thought that he caused the church to burn by placing...

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  • OUTSIDERS EASSY

    time of his death; all starting with little things like standing up to Dally at the drive-in movie, then becoming a hero at the burning church in Windrixville. Johnny Cade was heavily abused during his early life- similar to my life, except my parents weren’t drunk. He had a very cruel family whose...

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  • 'The Outsiders' by S.E Hinton

    had killed Bob. He gave them a gun (heater) and fifty dollars and told them to hide out at the old church in Windrixville till it all blew over. "Hop the three-fifteen freight to Windrixville. "There's an old abandoned church on top of Joy Mountain" (page 74). This shows that he cares for them and...

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  • The outsiders essay

    an old church in Windrixville. They arrive there and stay there for one night. They read Gone with the wind and are both forced to cut their hair. Next day, Dally shows up and they go out to lunch. When they come back, they are shocked at what they find. The old church in Windrixville is on fire. Not...

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  • Essay Option B: Influence of Gangs on Characters in The Outsiders

    Cade speaks these words to Ponyboy. “Stay gold” is a reference to the Robert Frost poem that Ponyboy recites to Johnny when the two hide out in the Windrixville Church. One line in the poem reads, “Nothing gold can stay,” meaning that all good things must come to an end. By the end of the novel, the boys...

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  • summary of outsider

    They went to Dally for a plan. Dally told them to go to Windrixville and hide in a church and gave them a gun and 50 dollars. Theme: Johnny and Ponyboy were scared because Bob is dead, but they have their family that help them escape to Windrixville. Chapter 5 Main characters: Ponyboy, Johnny, Dally ...

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  • Story

    dollars, and a change of clothing, and a loaded gun. He instructed us to take a train to Windrixville, where we can hide in an abandoned church. Jonny and I got on a train, while I go to sleep. When we reached Windrixville, we bounced off the train and found the church, knowing we are going to be living here...

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  • The Outsiders

    ringleader of the Socs, Bob. They both decide to go to Dally for help and he gives then fifty dollars with a loaded gun and said, “Take a train to Windrixville, where you can hide in an abandoned church.” The friends head out to the church. When they arrive, Ponyboy realizes he cannot do anything without...

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  • Johnny Cade of the Outsiders

    out a switch blade and stabbed Bob killing him. Nervous to get into trouble Johnny and Ponyboy ran away to an abandoned church on Jay Mountain in Windrixville. On there way back from Dairy Queen one day they saw that the church was on fire and that they probably caused the fire also that some little children...

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  • Teens Turned Heros (newspaper- The Outsiders)

    by: Sidney McGill Around lunch time in the late spring three juvenile delinquents saved five children from a fiery blaze up on J mountain in Windrixville. “The blond haired one went in first.” a witness said, “Then the smaller lookin’ one, followed by the bigger guy.” She paused, “They saved the children...

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  • The outsiders

    find the hideout where they are to wait until Dally comes for them. Dally eventually shows up after a week, and takes them to the Dairy Queen in Windrixville. ...

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  • The Outsider Book and Movie Differences

    they were saying that fighting was a norm around there. Another scene that was added in the movie was when Ponyboy and Johnny were at the church in Windrixville, Ponyboy is afraid of a raccoon outside of the church and he calls it a monster. I think they added this to show the boy's true innocence dispite...

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  • Outsiders paper

    kills the Soc, Robert Sheldon, defending Ponyboy, afterwards Ponyboy displays the strength of their friendship yet again by following Johnny to Windrixville, escaping the police. The intimate bond that Ponyboy has with Johnny is also similar to the friendship he shares with the Soc, Sherry ‘Cherry’...

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  • A Zero Becomes a Hero!

    A ZERO BECOMES A HERO! Early this morning in Windrixville, Jay Mountain two Greasers named Johnny Cade and Ponyboy Curtis, showed great courage and bravery by saving young Socs that were trapped inside a burning church. The two boys asked the people around the church what was happening. Apparently...

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  • Teacher

    To whom do Johnny and Pony turn for help after Johnny killed Bob A. Cherry B. Darry C. Dally D. Two-Bit _______30. Why did Johnny and Pony go to Windrixville and climb Jays Mountain A. to hide out in the back woods B. to hide out at the church there C. to get across the state line D. to meet Two-Bit _______31...

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