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Ponyboy vs. Fire at the church
Johnny has had a major impact on Ponyboy. Johnny and Ponyboy didn't have a very strong relationship until Johnny killed Bob and they stayed at the church together. Ponyboy had always viewed Johnny as the gangs "pet" before he killed Bob. Johnny has also changed Ponyboy's opinion on Dally. Ponyboy says, "...Dally was the one I liked least..." Johnny then told Ponyboy everything good about Dally that he hadn't noticed before and Ponyboy immediately started to appreciate him more.
Darry has shaped Ponyboy into someone who is flexible, patient and understanding. At first, Ponyboy thought that Darry didn't care about him and was misunderstanding. Then he realized Darry has struggles of his own and his main goal is to keep Ponyboy safe and happy. When Ponyboy realized how much Darry goes through, he became more patient and understanding with people who are struggling like Darry. Including Darry himself and Dally with the help of Johnny.
The fire at the church changed Ponyboy forever. He will never recover completely because he knows the fire is his fault and he lost two friends because of it. At the moment, Ponyboy felt that since he started it, he needed to end it. This tragedy has impacted Ponyboy in school, his actions and conversations. His grades in school went from A's to D's and he would often forget his homework. He also became quite clumsy. Ponyboy would run into doors and would often trip over coffee tables.
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