Like the way you dig sunsets, Pony. The gang is like a family to all the greasers. How does what the doctor first says, on page 119, foreshadow Johnny's condition? Darry carries him inside and puts him in bed. Dally knew what he wanted after the death of Johnny: He wanted to die. Johnny and Ponyboy are at different ages, but they still share the relationship like brothers.
Ponyboy is offended by this, but the two work it out in the end. Soda reveals how he actually feels like they're playing tug of war, and he is the rope. What was Bob's 'real' problem, according to Randy p. They two get in yet another fight,and when Pony asks his brother, Soda, who's side he is on, Soda races out of the house, crying. He tells Randy that Ponyboy is still damaged, and to heal, he needs some time.
She responds that she can't because Johnny killed Bob. Chapter 11 In Chapter 11, Ponyboy is laying in his bed, trying to recover from the concussion and illnesses. Ponyboy and Two-Bit take the bus home, but Ponyboy almost falls asleep on the bench waiting for it. Dally makes a quick lie, saying that Ponyboy fell off his motorcycle. Their exchange about the sunset shows the common ground of the two groups, as well as the hope both characters have for a better future for themselves and their friends.
On the bus, Two-Bit observes that Darry is stricter with Ponyboy than his parents had been. He meant you're gold when you're a kid, like green. Ponyboy responds by saying he is fine, and the two finish the drive home. Upon arriving home, Pony tells the rest of the gang about Johnny's death and everyone is silent. On his way back from the movies, a blue mustang pulls up beside Ponyboy, and some Socs rich people, socialites step out of it. He then later appears after Johnny killed Bob; he was at a party in 's house in the bedroom trying to get some sleep.
Ponyboy has a bad premonition about the rumble that night, but Two-Bit tells him to brush it off. And don't be so bugged over being a greaser. Their lives are worth more then mine, they have more to live for. Johnny was put straight to care and had burns all over his body. But ever since their parents died in a car accident, Darry took their place to take care of his younger siblings, and he didn't have the time or money to go to collage. Example situation: A couple is on private property with a bait box and fishing reel. When they return to the church, they find it on fire with seven trapped kids inside.
A mustang pulls up, and three Socs step out of it, accusing Ponyboy of killing Bob. He wakes up in his home, and does not remember anything about the hospital, or being unconscious. Keep that way, it's a good way to be. He ends up writing the book, The Outsiders for his assignment, and anyone that reads the book is reading the essay that he wrote to Mr. Chapter 10 In Chapter 10, Johnny had just died in the hospital. Tell Dally it's worth it.
Shortly after, Johnny dies because of his severe injuries and burns. Even though they are poor and the Socs are rich they are saying that they are just as equal to them. Two-Bit willingly hands it over. Did he kill Bob just to save Ponyboy and himself, or was the killing a self-fulfilling prophecy? Randy, the Soc, then comes to visit Ponyboy after getting to know him at the convenience store. I'm just going to miss you guys. The doctor came in a while ago but I knew anyway.
He doesn't remember being in the hospital or being unconscious for three days, but he does remember that both Johnny and Dally are dead. Even if he survives, he will be crippled. Dallas was also treated poorly by his father which contributed to his toughness. He always had a nervous, suspicious look in his eye. Soda starts to mess around with the reporters and everyone is laughing and having a good time. So, Johnny and Ponyboy continue watching the movie with the girls, where they find out each others names, histories, and that the two girls are Socs. Ponyboy continues to try to reassure him.