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Ponyboy vs. Darry
Pony liked that the church was a good hiding place, and as the book went on he came to feel more comfortable there. Ponyboy is kept in the back room so he was safer if someone broke in. When he would leave the church he had a deeper appreciation for what was around him, like the sunsets. The church provided Johnny and Pony a way to get away from their problems at home.
In the beginning of the book Ponyboy thought Darry didn't love him. Darry is hard on Pony with grades, and curfew but this helps Pony become a better student and to stay out of trouble. Pony looks up to Darry because he cares for him and Soda, and took on lots of responsibility early in his life. Darry and Ponyboy's relashionship changes by the end because Ponyboy realizes he does love him.
Johnny is Ponyboy's best friend, so he looks out for him in whatever ways possible. When Johnny died Pony brought his death upon himself. In the beginning Ponyboy and Johnny were very good friends but by the end of the book they had been through so much together that they had a deeper respect for one another. When Johnny said that they needed to turn themselves in, Ponyboy agreed with that decision because he knew it was the right thing, even if it was hard for him.
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