No Ponyboy don´t fight him. Bob let´s go right now.
Rising Action 2
¨I killed him.¨ ¨I really killed that boy.¨
In the beginning of the story, Ponyboy is walking home alone after a movie. But, then Ponyboy gets jumped by Socs (The East Side rich kids).Then the greasers (The West Side poor kids) come in to help. This is the exposition because it introduces the characters, setting and the main conflict.
Afterwards, some of the greasers went to the Nightly Double to go watch a movie, but they encountered to Socs. They ended up having a friendly conversation and when the movie ended they offered them a ride home but denied when their boyfriends came. This is the rising action because the problem is starting to get worse.
In the middle of the story, Ponyboy ran to the park with Johnny because Darry slapped him. The Socs were there and they were mad at them for messing with there girlfriends and almost drowned Ponyboy. But, Johnny killed him before they could. This is another rising action because the conflict has escalated to a higher level.
I am so glad I get to stay with you guys !
Next, the greasers get ready for the rumble against the Socs. They arrived in the parking lot the location of the rumble. Darry and Paul started the rumble but, after a long fight against the Socs they retreated and the greasers won the rumble. This is the climax because the conflict is being resolved. Also it´s the most important and exciting part of the entire story.
After the rumble, Ponyboy and Dally ran to go see Johnny because Dally said he wasn't in a good condition. When they arrived they told Johnny about the fight but he didn't care, but soon he passed away. This is the falling action because it happens after the climax or major conflict in the story. Also the story is coming to a end.
¨Stay gold Ponyboy. Stay gold.¨
In the end, Ponyboy doesn't get sent to a boys home and became friends with some Socs. Lastly the three brothers realize they´re all they have left and decide to treat each other much better.This is the resolution because it shows how all of the characters turned out and is wrapping up the story.