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Setting - Ponyboy's House
Character - Cherry
Setting - Fountain
Ponyboy's house is important to him because it his his safe house. Also, both Darry and Soda are there to help him out when he needs it. Ponyboy has easily figured out his house because he has lived there his whole life. The rules Ponyboy has to live by are simple, he has to do his part and do well in school, he also has to get home on time. These rules have made him pretty well behaved.
In the story Cherry challenges Ponyboy by bringing a whole other point of view into his life. This made him grow to think about socials as real people with feelings, rather than bad people with no feelings. Ponyboy's relationship with Cherry does not change throughout the book. Cherry impacts Ponyboy positively because she being a spy helps less of Ponyboy's friends get hurt.
Ponyboy feels very scared when he is at the park confronting the socials. These feelings do not change. This setting is easy for Ponyboy to figure out. It is easy to figure out because it is very clear why the socials were running at Ponyboy, and Johnny.
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