Ponyboy's Journey-A lawrence
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Pony and Johnny's relationship grew while they are alone in the church for almost a week. So when Johnny died Ponyboy was upset but just didn't want to admit it to himself. This caused Ponyboy to grow up and realize that nothing can stay forever. So since he died Ponyboy toughened up and can now defend himslef. Also since he killed Bob, all the greasers changed because so many events happened due to the death of Bob.
The fountain is a big part of Ponyboy's journey. The fountain was the place where Bob died and Ponyboy was close to dying. Pony used to feel safe here because it was his turf, his side of town, but then the greasers came and disobeyed that rule. Because of what happened at the fountain, Ponyboy feels like he has to be more aware.
Darry and Ponyboy's relationship changes from the beginning to end. In the beginning of the book Ponyboy feels like Darry doesn't like him because he always gives Ponyboy a hard time, but by the end of the book Ponyboy learns the reason for his behavior and appreciates him. The story also happens all because Darry slapped Ponyboy. Since he slapped Pony, Johnny and him met up and if they didn't meet up Bob would be living.
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