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Socs v.s Greasers
The church changed Ponyboy as a character because it gave him a experience to see how it is without a house and sleeping on the floor. Ponyboy felt better away from home in the church but because he was away from his brothers and needed a break. This setting helped him have fun and cooperate with Johnny and really get to know him. He felt safe in the church with Johnny but maybe not by himself because he likes having company with him.
Johnny is a big part of Ponyboy's character development because he was a good buddy to be around and helped Ponyboy a lot. When ponyboy got in trouble, Johnny would always be there to help him get out of it and give him positive feedback. Also, When Ponyboy would get in fights with Darry he would break up the fight. When Johnny and Ponyboy went to the church they did well with each other and was willing to do things for eachother. Johnny was always there for Ponyboy if in trouble and to help.
The socs vs. the greasers was a big part of Ponyboy's development as a character because they were the ones that always beat him up. The socs would always mess around and tease him when he saw them. Later in the story Ponyboy and the other greasers get into a rumble and they win it and feel very accomplished. Ponyboy becomes mentally stronger when he sees them. Ponyboy used to be scared of them and now he doesn't think of them as big bullies now that he beat them in the rumble.
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