The outsiders


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  • In this scene a group of angry socs approach Ponyboy and Johnny. The conflict is that they approached them on territory they did not belong on.
  • In this scene Johnny kills Bob for trying to drown Ponyboy. This is an example of the power of friendship and how it can make you do drastic things for a friend.
  • This scene shows Dally giving Johnny and Ponyboy $50 and a gun so that they can survive in the church while they hide. The power of friendship has no boundaries, you do what you can to help your friends no matter what the circumstances are. The gangs loyalty is too strong to be broken.
  • While hiding in the church, it catches fire and injures Johnny and Pony.
  • Johnny eventually dies due to his severe conditions. Dally takes the blame because it was his idea for them to hideout in the church. Dally can not bare to see his death and runs away.
  • After Dally accepts Johnny's death he decides that he has nothing else to live for and robs a store to get the police on to him and kill him. In conclusion the power of friendship has the power to make you do extreme measures to show your love for one another.
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