The exposition of the story is when Ponyboy explains he likes going to the movies alone. He likes to go alone so that he does not get disturbed.
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Please Johnny don't go.
You need to get your grade up right now
The rising action of the story is when Johnny kills Bob Sheldon with a switch blade at the park. He kills Bob because he is tired of the Socs messing with the Greasers.
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This is for you Johnny
The climax of the story is when the old church i burning and Johnny goes in and saves the rest of the kids. Johnny wanted to be a hero since he is guilty of murder, he realizes that that moment was his chance.
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**reading Johnny's letter to Ponyboy.
The falling action of the story is when Johnny dies. His injuries were to major that he would have never survived form the start, at least he was a hero for it.
The resolution of the story is when Mr. Syme gives Ponyboy a theme to write. Ponyboy decided to write a novel, The Outsiders.
My favorite part about this book is when Ponyboy reads the letter Johnny wrote for him before he died. Johnny said that he believed his death was "worth it".