How is ponyboy different at the end of the story?

How is ponyboy different at the end of the story?

Ponyboy grows into more of an adult after talking with Cherry Valance and beginning to understand that everyone faces problems and people are not so different. By the end of the novel, after Ponyboy has witnessed the deaths of Bob Sheldon and Johnny, he has completely lost his innocence.

Who does ponyboy say killed Bob Why?


Who did Randy say is responsible for Bob’s death?

“How come?” Tags: Question 17 . why did Randy come to visit ponyboy? He’s sick of fighting and upset over Bob’s death. When Randy tries to correct him, Ponyboy continues to claim responsibility for Bob’s murder.

What does ponyboy do immediately after Johnny’s death?

After Johnny’s death and Dally’s departure, Ponyboy wanders through the hospital’s halls in a daze. Pony is in denial about Johnny’s death, and keeps repeating that he isn’t dead. He leaves the hospital and roams the streets until a stranger picks him up and drives him home.

What makes ponyboy different from the rest of the greasers?

A) The things that make Ponyboy different from the other members of the Greasers are sensitivity and a higher level of intelligence. He is someone who reads a lot and he also likes to write. Overall he appears to be far more sensible than the other members.

Why does Darry hate Paul Holden so much?

Darry hates Paul Holden because Paul was given the opportunity to attend college and play football, and he was not. Ponyboy mentions that Darry wasn’t only jealous of Paul Holden; he was also ashamed to be representing the Greasers. Paul is essentially the epitome of what Darry wishes he could have become.

Which of the following sets ponyboy apart from the rest of the greasers?

Ponyboy is different from the other Greasers because: He doesn’t believe in fighting unless it is self defence. Unlike the other Greasers, he doesn’t fight out of hatred, or pride, or for fun, like Sodapop. Ponyboy knows that fighting does no good.

What made ponyboy unique?

Describe the characteristics that made Ponyboy unique among his friends. Unlike most greasers, Ponyboy liked to read, to draw, and to watch movies. He tried to stay out of trouble. He got good grades and was very intelligent.

How does ponyboy feel after Johnny dies?

Ponyboy’s denial of Johnny’s death is a reflection of Ponyboy’s pain and sense of loss. Unfortunately, the reader knows that Ponyboy’s dreams of Johnny and his sense that Johnny must still be alive are only temporary; soon, the reality of the situation will hit Ponyboy, and he will suffer his loss deeply.

Why did dally take Johnny’s death so hard?

Johnny’s death was hard for Dally to handle because he was the one person Dally cared about. 3. Why do you think Dally would have wanted to die? Dally doesn’t have anyone else in the world that he cares about, and he doesn’t want to be alone.

What was wrong with ponyboy?

What was wrong with Ponyboy? Ponyboy was sick. Ponyboy was worried about whether or not he called for Darry when he was sick because he didn’t want Darry’s feelings to be hurt.

How did Dally Winston die?

Dally died by police fire: suicide by cop. When Johnny died, Dally was so sad that he ran out of the hospital and it seems that he went straight out and robbed the store. After he did that, it seem like he purposely got the police to shoot him.

Did sodapop die in the outsiders?

Sodapop is drafted to Vietnam and dies there.

Who shot dally?

1) How does Dally die? The policemen kill Dally. After Johnny dies in the hospital, Dally is so upset, he runs away from Ponyboy and robs a grocery store. The police chase him to the empty lot where the greasers hang out.