Ponyboy's Journey - M.Heintzelman
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The park and fountain influence Pony as a character, because this is the setting where everything in the book changes. When the Socs meet Pony and Johnny at the park, and the Socs attack, Pony almost dies, and that makes him stronger. This changes Pony as a character because this is where Pony becomes stronger. This is also the spot where Pony decides to run away with Johnny because they had killed Bob. This changes Pony as a character because he runs away which changes to plot in to story.
Cherry helps Pony realize that all Socs aren't that bad. Cherry showed Ponyboy that the Socs can be nice, and that they are not all violent kids. This changes Pony as a character because Ponyboy feels like he can talk (and is comfortable talking) to Cherry about his personal life. Even though Cherry was half the reason that Bob was killed, she made that up and became a spy for the Greasers when she could have helped the Socs. Cherry chose to be with the Greasers instead of helping the Socs.
The movies influence Ponyboy as a character because this is the setting where Pony meets two Soc girls and realizes that the Socs are not that bad. When Dally is talking back to Cherry and Marcia, Ponyboy stays quiet, but when Johnny steps in and sticks up for the ladies, Dally stops and Pony and Johnny go sit with the girls to protect them from Dally. This helps Pony realize that Socs (especially the girls) have problems too and they can be relatable too.
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