Ponyboy's Journey - C. Morris
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Johnny has affected Ponyboy after spending so much time together. Since Johnny killed Bob, Ponyboy has been unsure of what might happen to him, which made him scared. After Johnny died, Pony found a note from him telling him to stay gold, to stay special. This challenges Ponyboy to follow his heart and he grows from a regular greaser to stay true to his ideas and passions.
The lot has not only affected the gang, but Ponyboy especially. Since many of the main events in the story happen here, Ponyboy tends to feel unsafe in the lot. It confines him because he is pressured to act like a greaser, which isn't what Johnny had wanted for him. This setting is still important to Ponyboy though because many of his memories are set here.
Darry, being Ponyboy's older brother, has definitely affected him throughout the story. Darry challenges Pony to use his head, even is he says it in a harsh tone sometimes. Because of this, Ponyboy grows to consider others' opinions on the way he acts. Darry and Pony love eachother, but Darry makes it hard to tell sometimes because he yells so much, but he really does love him.
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