The Outsiders

The Outsiders

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  • The Socs vs. Greasers (The Rumble)
  • The Park (Johnny Killing Bob)
  • Johnny
  • The conflict between the Socs and the Greasers affects Ponyboy's character development because, for example, when Ponyboy got cornered and attacked by The Socs, in the beginning, it changed him a little. He was a little more scared of the Socs and a little more wary of them. 
  • The park scene, where Ponyboy was almost drowned and Johnny killed Bob affected Ponyboys character development a lot. For example, Ponyboy and Johnny both had to run away and stay in an old rundown church for a few days. This changed Ponyboy because he had to bleach his hair, and it made him grow closer to Darry and Johnny. 
  • Johnny affected Ponyboy a lot because of when he saved Ponyboys life and killed Bob. When they had to run away it changed Ponyboy, because he saved the kids from dying, and Johnny ended up dying. When Johnny died, Ponyboy became colder and more willing to defend himself with violence. 
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