Ponyboys's Journey - L. Kozel
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Ponyboy vs. Socs
Johnny and Pony went through a lot of hardships together, making them closer. When Darry hit Pony, Johnny didn't hesitate on running away, and when Bob was killed, the two stuck together. The church fire brought the two characters closer and strengthened their relationship. This made Johnny's death harder for Pony to cope with.
Ponyboy and the Socs don't get along, even if they live in the same town. Socs are deemed as people that have it all, this makes them feel the need to attack greasers. Pony was walking home from the movies and the Socs found an opportunity to jump him. When Johnny, Two-bit, and Pony met Cherry and her friend Marcia, Bob wanted to get revenge on them for "taking" their girlfriends. This lead to Bob's death and a bigger rivalry between the two groups.
The church fire scene made Pony go from a criminal to a hero. Johnny got hurt, which led to Pony's feelings at the end of the book. Johnny eventually died leaving Pony already upset. He then later lost Dally, making this part of his life even worse. The church is where the sadness in the end of the book starts.
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