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Darry Vs. Ponyboy
This conflict relates to Ponyboy's daily life because he lives with Darry and Darry is in charge of him. This conflict impacts Ponyboy because he starts to understand why Darry treats him the way he does and he realizes that this conflict is a choice and he can do something to fix the relationship between them. The conflict progresses because Ponyboy starts to realize the sacrifices that Darry has made for him. The conflict resolves and makes Ponyboy feel happy because they are finally getting along and he now knows that he has a family that loves and cares for him.
Ponyboy loves the church because it comforted him when he and Johnny ran away and it made him feel safe, when the church caught fire and he and Johnny went in to save the kids these feelings changed because Johnny died because of that. Also that is why the church is an important place to him. Ponyboy follows the rules of not leaving the church. These rules shape him because he learns what it is like to be away from everybody for a long time and to commit a crime. Being confined in the church allowed him to grow closer with Johnny.
This setting makes Ponyboy sad and these feelings do not change. This is an easy setting for him to figure out because he knows how he feels about it and he knows this is where all of the bad things happened in his life. This setting shapes him because it is where Johnny died and it is the place that caused Dally to die which makes him feel unsafe while he is there. This setting is important to Ponyboy because he became mentally stronger because of the things that happened at the hospital. This also shows how he grew from the hospital.
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