The Outsiders ~ Ami Aranda
By aaranda, Updated
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Rich VS Poor
In the novel, The Outsiders, there, again, is a reoccurring theme; this time, it's 'Rich VS Poor' rather than 'Loyalty and Honor'. This comparison is commonly found through the Socs (rich) and the Greasers (poor). For my 'Rich' board, I choose the scene when Cherry Vallance says she can't be seen with Ponyboy and the other Greasers. If Greasers weren't poor and were rich, this obviously wouldn't be a problem, however Socs can't be seen with Greasers due to the monetary differences. For my 'Poor' scene, I choose when Ponyboy and Johnny fled to Windrexville and took refuge in a church. Firstly, if they were rich, they wouldn't need to flee because they would have connections to the police. Secondly, they wouldn't take shelter in a rundown, old church, the rich would choose a much more lavish, exquisite site.
Loyalty VS Honor
In the story, The Outsiders, there is a reoccurring theme of 'Loyalty' and 'Honor' like there is of 'Rich VS Poor'. Loyalty is shown in the book in the scene of Bob's killing. When Johnny kills Bob, his loyalty to Ponyboy is exemplified. If Johnny weren't loyal, it's highly likely that Johnny would've fled rather than kill Bob in an act to save Ponyboy. Honor is shown, again, through Ponyboy and Johnny. When Johnny and Pony left for Windrexville, they bonded over the book, Gone With the Wind. Later on when Johnny dies, Ponyboy honors him by reading past the section they had read together.
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