The court rules that Ponyboy will be allowed to remain at home with Darry. Like the gold of the poem, however, this idyll is tinged with sadness. Pony and Johnny go to a vacant lot to hang out before heading home. He can barely run to the lot and his vision is shifting in and out of focus. Dally calls Darry to tell the boys to meet him in the vacant lot because he is running from the police.
At the time, Pony has no idea what he's talking about. Man, do I have fun! There they meet Sherri Cherry Valance and her friend Marcia, who have left their Soc boyfriends at the drive-in because the boys were drinking. He looks over at Darry, and knows that Darry will work his way out of the street life. Note, too, that Dally was always Johnny's hero. They begin dunking Ponyboy in a fountain attempting to drown him, but Johnny pulls out his switchblade and stabs Bob to death. Ponyboy passes out and is delirious and sick for the rest of the weekend.
In the end, Coppola added the scenes taking place in court, Mr. Ponyboy knew the gun was not loaded because Dally had told him that the day before. While they wait for Two-Bit to show up, Ponyboy asks the others if they like fighting and why. He dies without the world knowing about his qualities or the reasons for his delinquency. There should be some help, someone should tell them before it was too late. When Johnny Cade, a greaser, murders a Soc, he and his friend, Ponyboy Curtis, are on a run from law.
Hinton's The Outsiders, Dally was 'tougher, colder, and meaner' than the rest of the Greasers. A Blu-ray edition of The Outsiders: The Complete Novel was released in Region 1 on June 3, 2014. After some heated talk, Ponyboy spits at the Socs, prompting them to attempt to drown him in a nearby fountain, but Johnny stabs Bob, killing him and dispersing the rest. All they have is each other. The Socs live on the west side and the Greasers live on the east side of town.
Robert Sheldon Bob A member of the Socs, who drinks too much. Dally had never learned to look for the good and now viewed life as hopeless. Dally takes Ponyboy back to the hospital to visit Johnny, who is dying. Realizing that Ponyboy is drowning, Johnny panics, pulls his switchblade, and kills the Soc, Bob. After Johnny dies, Dallas breaks down and basically sends himself into a suicide mission, robbing a gasoline station and leaving with an unloaded gun.
Soda is upset by all the fighting, and runs out of the house. Dallas had hardened himself into not caring. Tim Shepard The leader of a third gang. Ponyboy and Johnny seek out Dally for help in running away to avoid being arrested for Bob's murder. . The gang members agree to meet at the vacant lot. Dally shows up just in time for the fight; he has escaped from the hospital.
The rumble with a rival gang happened there because it was a safe place for the gangs to fight where no one would bother calling the police. I read the last page of the first chapter and it didn't say anything about her ge … tting knocked up! The whole gang runs to the vacant lot, and sees Dally approaching from the other side, followed by cop cars. Dally drives Buck Merril's car so fast that a policeman stops him. When the hearing finally comes, the judge frees Ponyboy from responsibility for Bob's death and allows Pony to remain at home with Darry and Soda. Ponyboy whose two older brothers are Darry and Sodapop narrates the story. When Ponyboy and Two-Bit visit Johnny in the hospital, Johnny seems weak.
So, do you like the ending? Then Darry steps foward to start the rumble off, saying that he'll take on any of the Socs. Darry is twenty years old, over six feet tall, and broad-shouldered and muscular. When Johnny dies, Dally loses control and runs from the room in a frenzy. After the death of his parents, he takes care of Soda and Pony, his younger brothers. Dally's Death Throughout The Outsiders, the vacant lot was a special place to the Greasers. He lied, cheated, stole, drank too much and got into fights. Ponyboy and Johnny stay at the church for about a week, during which time they cut off their long Greaser hair as a disguise and subsist mainly on baloney.
Feeling Stuck on Your Essay? His pale blue-green eyes have a determined set to them. They live on the east side of the town, also known as the wrong side of town; the eastside neighborhood is described in graphic detail. Dally's reaction to Johnny's death is a great show of emotion for someone who Ponyboy thinks is always cool. They race to the lot to the accompaniment of sirens wailing in the streets. Hinton Cliff Notes, Cliffs Notes, Cliffnotes, Cliffsnotes are trademarked properties of the John Wiley Publishing Company. Since everyone else likes fighting, Ponyboy feels out of place.