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Socs vs. Greasers
Ponyboy's daily life is affected by this conflict because when Pony and Johnny killed Bob the Socs got angry. Everytime Pony leaves his house he could get jumped or killed by Socs no matter where he is. The conflict is out of Ponyboy's control. Pony can't stop the Socs and Greasers from hating each other. He can only control his own actions towards the Socs.
Ponyboy feels comfortable around Cherry. He thinks she is easy to talk to about things like sunsets. When Cherry explains that the West Side has problems too Ponyboy doesn't understand until Bob gets killed. Ponyboy and Cherry's relationship does not change through the story. Even after Johnny kills Bob she sees Ponyboy as a good person. Ponyboy likes this because he knows he can still talk to her about problems that he can't talk about with Darry or Sodapop.
Johnny was special to Ponyboy. Johnny made things easier for him because Johnny reminded him that he could have it worse than what he has with Darry. When Johnny killed Bob, Johnny had made them go away from everything they loved. When Johnny died Ponyboy felt terrible. Dally could not handle Johnny's death so he killed himself. Ponyboy couldn't handle losing both of his friends making him mad and depressed and made his grades fall and he acted like he didn't care anymore.
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