Ponyboy's Journey - L.Hance
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Darry challenges Ponyboy because at first Darry was very harsh and protective to him. Ponyboy grows from this because he becomes more responsible so he doesn't get in trouble with Darry. Ponyboy and Darry's relationship changes because when Darry slapped Ponyboy, Ponyboy "ran away" to the park and that's when the Socs showed up for a fight. After that, Darry felt very guilty and felt that he was out of line to hurt Ponyboy. Darry explains to Ponyboy how he doesn't want him to get hurt.
This setting is important to Ponyboy because this is where Johnny and him had a fight with the Socs in the middle of the night. The Fountain is where Ponyboy was being drowned by a Soc. The Fountain allowed Ponyboy because the events after lead to him growing. If they didn't have the fight, Ponyboy wouldn't have had saved the kids in the church and he wouldn't have become more mature. He feels threatend in this setting because the Socs are trying to kill Johnny and Ponyboy here.
Ponyboy feels happy when he's with Cherry. Although Cherry makes Ponyboy happy, she also causes some commotion with the Socs and Greasers. If Ponyboy and Johnny didn't meet Cherry at the drive in movie, the Greasers wouldn't have walked them home and Johnny wouldn't have killed Bob in self-defense because the Socs would have never seen the Greasers taking Socs home. Cherry also impacts Ponyboy from this.
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