- During the course of the novel “The Outsiders” there are three linked deaths that change the relationships between the Curtis brothers in many different ways. When Ponyboy and Johnny flee after Darry hit Ponyboy they run into their rivals Bob and his best friend Randy Adderson. The stereotypes in the novel are the Socs and the Greasers.
Bob takes Ponyboy and starts drowning him until Johnny gets his switchblade out and kills Bob. Dally (a greaser with a criminal record) sends Ponyboy and Johnny to an abandoned church so they can hide after what they did.... The Socs are the rich kids who don’t have to work for anything, while the Greasers are the poorer kids who have very little.
In focusing on two key scenes in The Outsiders, deconstruction explains how Hinton's use of these scenes gives the reader insight into two opposing themes within the text....
[tags: Outsiders] - The Outsiders Review The Outsiders is a drama and crime fiction movie written by Kathleen Rowell. There are two rival gangs, the greasers and the socs, that are constantly battling.
[tags: The Outsiders] - Stereotype, someone who is regarded as embodying or conforming to a set image or type. They both live in the city of Tulsa, one group on the Northside and one on the Southside. E Hinton, follows a “delinquent” gang called the greasers, and their privileged enemies, the Socs.
Outside of these boundaries no-one knows of them but the hatred for each other still plays on their minds.... When Johnny Cade, a greaser, murders a Soc, he and his friend, Ponyboy Curtis, are on a run from law. Hinton, The Outsiders] - How can two people That belong in the same gang be the complete opposite of each other .
However, the plot, the characters, and the action result in the novel being read and enjoyed by a universal audience. The Greasers live on the East and poorer side of town; the Socs, short for Socials, live on the West and more affluent side of town.... Ponyboy is raised by his two older brothers Darry and Soda.
They’re all apart of a gang called the “greasers” which is joined by Dally, Johnny, Two-bit, and Steve.
The two main groups of the story were the Socs and the greasers. Hinton that shows the struggles of growing up Hinton did a fine job with the character development, the plot, and the theme with a few flaws. The Outsiders has a strong value of family and friendship.
The Socs are in the upper class while the greasers are the poor ones that dislike the Socs because they have more money, better cars, and act like they are better than the greasers. The Outsiders is a book that changed the style of young adult writers because it went off from the genre that young adult writer were using during that time period.... Throughout the book there are many satellite themes and issues.