Ponyboy's Journey- M.Chamberlain
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This shapes Ponyboy's development as a character because he almost drowned here and blacked out. Also Johnny killed Bob in the time that Ponyboy was knocked out. So when Ponyboy woke up he was filled with fear and he had to live a different life style. Also because of Bob's death it forced Ponyboy and Johnny to hide in the Church.
This shapes Ponyboy's development as a character because he hid out here for a while. He was scared of what he had coming his way which were the police. Then, Ponyboy and Johnny went out to get a drink and the church was in flames and there were children inside. They saved all of the kids from the fire and he was proud of himself for doing that. This changes him because he felt like he was more than just a Greaser.
This shapes Ponyboy's development as a character because he realized that Johnny was paralyzed from the waist down. This made Ponyboy feel devistated because he knew he would never be able to run around and do all the stuff he wants to do with him. Then Ponyboy finds out Johnny was in critical condition and died. Johnny's last words to Ponyboy were "Stay gold kid." This made Ponyboy feel special, sad, but confused because he couldn't picture his best friend being dead.
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