Ponyboy's Journey- A. Markee
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Socs vs. Greasers
The main conflict in the book The Outsiders is Socs vs. Greasers because it causes many problems through out the whole book. It's the big umbrella conflict. This a problem because Socs and Greasers can't get along because they're completely different. This affects Ponyboy since he's a Greaser, he's a target for Socs. This changes Ponyboy because it teaches him that not everyone is going to accept you for who you are.
The Church is a important setting. It's important because it's where Dally told Johnny and Ponyboy to go after Johnny kills Bob. The church is also a important setting because it's where Ponyboy and Johnny become closer together, and more understanding of each other. But, Ponyboy and Johnny also accidently set the church on fire, which kills Johnny later in the book causing Dally to brake and get killed also. This affects Ponyboy because Johnny was his closest friend and Dally was part of the gang.
The drive in movie theater is a important setting in The Outsiders. This setting is important because it is where Ponyboy, Dally, and Johnny meet the two Soc girls, Marcia and Cherry. Cherry is Bob's girlfriend. Bob doesn't like how Ponyboy and Johnny are hanging out with the Soc girls at the drive in and decide to jump Ponyboy and Johnny. While Bob is drowning Ponyboy, Johnny kills Bob. This affects Ponyboy because he and Johnny are now wanted and are "on the run" from the Fuzz. This would have never happened if Ponyboy and Johnny had never met Marcia and Cherry.
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