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Darry vs. Ponyboy
Socs vs. Greasers
Cherry is a character who helps Ponyboy's character grow. At first, Ponyboy think that only the greasers get it rough but then she explains that it is rough all over. She also proves to Ponyboy that not all socs are bad, and that helps Ponyboy's character grow because he realizes that that is true. Finally, she proves to Ponyboy that opposites do attract when they both were talking about how they loved to watch the sunsets.
Darry is one of the characters in The Outsiders who affects Ponyboy. He affects him at one point when he hit Ponyboy after he comes home late from sleeping in an alley. Throughout the book he affects Ponyboy by always arguing and seem to not understand him. Even though it seems that Darry doesn't love Ponyboy, he does, but shows it in a way by being overprotective of Ponyboy. At the end of the of the book, Ponyboy grows from this conflict because he and Darry finally understand each other.
The socs and greasers have many conflicts in The Outsiders. One time in the book, Johnny get very hurt and is scared for life after he was jumped by the socs. Then, when Ponyboy was walking home from the movies, he gets jumped but doesn't get to hurt because all the other greasers help fight. Since they are such large rivals, they have things called rumbles which means all they do is fight for an area that they claim if they win the rumble.
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