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Greasers vs. Socs
The Church affects Ponyboy's journey greatly. This is the place where the fire that causes Johnny's death happens, it is also where they hid out from the Police after Johnny's death. This is very meaningful to Ponyboy, because it was a safe place for him, and he was able to escape there, but it was still the place that caused Johnny's death after a fire. (92).
Johnny is very important to Ponyboy because he is like a third brother, after Sodapop and Darry. After Johnny's death (150), Ponyboy is traumatized and depressed. The whole gang goes through the five stages of grief; denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance, which are all represented by different sayings throughout the end of the book.
The conflict of the Greasers vs. the Socs is another very big conflict that Ponyboy endures. This rivalry results in the lead up to Johnny's death, Bob's death, Ponyboy going to court, the Curtis siblings possibly being separated, and much more. In the first page, it shows how much of a problem this is, with the Socs jumping Ponyboy. It was because the Socs jumped Johnny before that he stabbed Bob that one time, resulting in them going to the church, which burned down, resulting in Johnny's death. As stated in the Johnny description, Johnny is very important to Johnny and like a third brother to him. Losing him resulted in a lot of grief and anger for Ponyboy.
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