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Ponyboy Regrets

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  1. Ponyboy does not rely on stereotypes to choose his friends. Ponyboy regrets Bob's death. Ponyboy wishes he were a Soc. Ponyboy wants all Socs and greasers to reconcile.
  2. Firstly, Johnny learned that life is too short to be full of regrets. Prior to his journey to Windrixville, he remained as the frightened pet of the Greasers due to several beatings from his abusive parents and a .
  3. Jul 20,  · How does Ponyboy react to being stereotyped as a Greaser? Ponyboy hates the fact that society judges him as a bad person simply because he dresses like and hangs out with Greasers. In Chapter 1, Pony mentions that he felt like Pip from the novel Great Expectations because of the way he was marked lousy because he wasn’t a gentleman.
  4. May 23,  · Ponyboy's comment that they used to be friends but now dislike each other because one has to work for a living while the other comes from the leisurely West Side emphasizes the artificial and.
  5. Johnny awakens and sends Ponyboy home, whereupon Ponyboy discovers that it is 2 a.m. Darry has been waiting up for him and is furious. In the heat of the moment, Darry slaps Ponyboy and instantly regrets it. Ponyboy now knows for sure that Darry doesn't want him and runs out the door followed by Darry's cries of regret.
  6. When Darry loses his temper and hits Ponyboy, he immediately regrets it. As Ponyboy matures and begins to develop empathy for Darry, he realizes that it is because Darry loves him that he pushes him.
  7. Ponyboy agrees with Johnny that a disquise is a good idea, he resists cuttingoff his hair. he thinks long hair is tuff. Johnny compares Dally to. gallant Southern gentleman. Dally is afraid that jail will. harden Johnny into a hoodlum like him. Ponyboy realizes that Darry really loves him.
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