Alcohol also plays a major part in both movies. Both characters, More and Meursault refuse to compromise their. In this book, there are many differences between the two groups, which tends to cause much violence. At the end, Darry learns how to show Ponyboy that he cares about him. For example, both movies main characters are gang members.
Greasers hate Socs because they think that Socs have all the money in the world to screw around with while Greasers have to work more than one job to support their family. She was not given a name to symbolize that she was nothing more than a possession of Curley. Darry was afraid he and his brothers wouldn't be allowed to stay together unless they stayed out of trouble. They slicked their hair back to make it g … reasy and darker. Once-meek Johnny faces death with calm determination. They are rich and stuck up.
We see this at the Bonfire. The movie cut out all of the Sandy drama I thought the movie made Two-Bit more serious. After he meets Cherry at the movie theater, however, Ponyboy begins to realize that Socs are human just like greasers. Ponyboy , unlike any of the other greasers, is really smart, and kind. Darry has taken over the role of the father, the disciplinarian and the rule maker; Ponyboy even notes a physical resemblance between his real father and Darry.
Hinton is one of the best known American authors. Darry was courageous due to the sacrifices and choices he made to his family. There are may similarities and also many differences between the two the book is by far more interesting and more detailed then the movie. As he attempts to fend off his attackers, Ponyboy hears the pounding of footsteps and the attack turns into an all-out fight as his gang arrives to rescue him from the Socs' attack. Greasers have a different set of values.
The book and the movie of the Outsiders are two very different stories. I could picture hundreds and hundreds of boys living on the wrong sides of cities, boys with black eyes who jumped at their own shadows. Emotion-wise they are completly different and she see's that as a problem. In the book Darry just slaps him across the face. In the book and in the second movie Curley's wife was not given a name. Hinton 1308 Words 4 Pages Mrs. During the comparing and contrasting of the agriculture of Shang dynasty and Han dynasty, we can get a deeper understanding of the great knowledge and intelligent of the people of the two dynasties.
Nature- Ponyboy and Johnny vs. Unlike the Socs, the Greasers are too emotional, they take everything serious. Conformity to a group are pressures they both have. They remember the feeling of anger the hit the weak ones in the society; the Greasers. Like Greece, Italy has its fair share of classical theorists as well as modern rulers full of intrigues and controversies. However, it is the sub-divisions within these major genres that evoke unique performances and experiences. In the book Socs are a little like rag dolls, they go with the flow and do what everyone else is doing but they put no emotion in it.
Dally, on the other hand, is weakened by grief. Johnny was a character to remember. A minor theme prevalent throughout Western literature and established here in Chapter 1 is the power of three. This shows that Hamlet didn't like Claudius from the beginning. At times, the camerawork in the films are quite similar. Hinton, Stereotype 1101 Words 3 Pages The Outsiders The Outsiders was written by S.
Also the socs don't really have to work for there money, live in big houses with servants and everything and the greasers dont because they're poor. Though at times, their differences are vast upon closer analysis we can clearly see that these movies are very similar, despite having different plots and genres. Before the story began, Johnny was child abused a lot at home. The brothers consider their gang members — Steve Randle, Two-Bit Mathews, Dallas Winston, and Johnny Cade — to be family. The Socs are filthy rich kids in the west side, making them very spoiled and all their orders are brought and done.