The novel tells the story of Ponyboy Curtis and his struggles with right and wrong in a society in which he believes that he is an outsider. Ponyboy and his two brothers — Darrel Darrywho is 20, and Sodapop, who is 16 — have recently lost their parents in an automobile accident. Pony and Soda are allowed to stay under Darry's guardianship as long as they all behave themselves.
In this part of the analysis I will give some information about the subjects of the book, and about the author. The author wrote the story when she was just 16 years old, in the s. The book was successful, and it was sold, and still being sold, in many copies as a young adults novel.
There was a movie made about it, and today there are still many schools that use this book in junior high and high schools for English classes. There were plays made about the book too.
The Outsiders is about a gang. They live in a city in Oklahoma. Ponyboy Curtis, a 14 year old greaser, tells the story. This story deals with two forms of social classes: The socs go around looking for trouble and greasers to beat up, and then the greasers are blamed for it, because they are poor and cannot affect the authorities.
I hope you would enjoy and learn something about the book from reading this analysis. Hinton, was easy to follow.
In this part of the book analysis I will give some more details about the plot development. There were no hooks or hurdles in the beginning of the book, the first sentence starts right away with the plot-without any forewords.
This is the beginning of the first sentence: As you can see, it goes straight to the point without any prologues or any kind of introduction. The plot development in the middle of the story was sensible and easy to understand. It was clear and simple, and the events have occurred in a reasonable order.
The ending of the story was a bit expected. I anticipated the death of Johnny because a broken neck usually means death. I did not think that such a tough person would get himself killed because of a death of a friend, although it was said a short time before the death of Dally that: The climaxes at the end of the story were the deaths of Johnny and Dally.
Here are quotations about the deaths: He was dead before he hit the ground. To conclude I can say that the plot development was simple and easy to understand and to follow. The author organized it in a way that fits the actual content of the plot.
Hinton, were not very heroic-they were just humans-it was easy to believe that this is the way they should be.
The characters in the plot give the reader a feeling this can be a true story. The author has created the personality of the characters through the descriptions of Ponyboy-the narrator-and through their actions.
Following are some examples of these methods of getting familiar with a character. Here is an example for a description of Ponyboy: The reader can find this kind of descriptions almost everywhere in the story, but especially in the beginning.The Outsiders Summary S.
E. Hinton. Homework Help What is a short summary of the book, The Outsiders?Only about 10 to 15 sentences. The Outsiders takes . The Outsiders is a coming-of-age novel by S. E. Hinton, first published in by Viking Press.
Hinton was 15 when she started writing the novel but did most of the work when she was 16 and a junior in high school. Hinton was 18 when the book was published. Watch video · S.E. Hinton’s "The Outsiders," a teen classic, turns 50 “The Outsiders” by S.E.
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Nov 19, · The Outsiders, a tough yet sensitive novel about a gang of teen-agers from the wrong side of the tracks, was a major success for author S. E. Hinton when it came out in Its publication.
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