Ponyboy's Journey- G.Gilleran
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Greaser Vs Socs
The church influenced Ponyboy's character greatly. When he first came to the church, you could tell that he was very scared. You could also tell, by the way he was always close to Johnny, that he wanted everything to be back to normal. But, by the time he came home, being stranded, living without everything he used to, and being separated from his brothers made him mentally tougher.
The abandoned lot was a great influence on Ponyboy's character.The biggest evidence of this is when the Socs were jumping Johnny and Ponyboy in greaser territory, so they did not care that they were on Ponyboy and Johnny's territory, not Soc territory. When he was being jumped by Randy and Bob, he realized that no matter where he was, the gang was not going to be there every time to save him. So, Ponyboy learned to always look out for yourself no matter where your are.
The conflict against the Greasers vs the Socs influenced Ponyboy's character greatly. After Ponyboy and Johnny were jumped by Randy and Bob at the fountain, Ponyboy realized that without Johnny, he would have died. But, Johnny saved him. So, Ponyboy learned that without the help of his friend, Ponyboy would have not made it out of the fountain alive. Ponyboy, also learned that Johnny would do anything for him. Even if it came to killing someone.
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