Ponyboys's Journey - L. Fontana
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Church on Fire
The fountain setting is kind of important to Ponyboy. That is because a lot of things happened there. For example this is part of the reason that Johnny isn't alive anymore. Also because that is where Johnny saved Ponyboy's life. Johnny killed Bob knowing that he would probably get in trouble. Johnny killed Bob anyway because he saw that they were killing Ponyboy and he wanted to help so he stabbed Bob.
Johnny became a really good friend to Ponyboy, and it made Ponyboy really sad when Johnny pasted away. Johnny help Ponyboy a lot, when Ponyboy was drowning Johnny killed Bob so his friend wouldn't die. These action made Ponyboy feel good and bad. It made him feel good in a way because he would risk getting in really big trouble to save his friend. It would make him feel bad because he knew that his friend just got in a lot of trouble and they didn't know what to do next.
This is an important place for Ponyboy because this is the reason and place that Johnny passed away.Ponyboy feels sad at this place. That is because there was a fire. Also because Johnny and Dally got hurt. But Ponyboy leaves there feeling good in a way because he got to save little kids lives. Later on he figures out that people are calling him a hero, which makes him feel good.
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