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Chapter 1 - 6 review

Ponyboy's parents Were killed in an auto accident
The first time Ponyboy was jumped His older brother, Darry, saved him.
The novel that Ponyboy was reading for his English class was Great Expectations
While he was in school, Darry, Ponyboy's brother, was Captain of the football team
The Soc that Ponyboy and Sodapop meet at the drive-in Cherry Valance
The girls were without a car at the drive-in theatre because Their dates were drinking alcohol
"Huh?" Dally was taken off guard. He stared at Johnny in disbelief. Johnny couldn't say 'Boo' to a goose" At this point in the novel, Dally is harassing two girls at the drive-in. Johnny. usually a mild manner person who does not speak up, intervenes to tell Dally to stop bothering them.
"All socs aren't like that," she said, "You have to believe me Ponyboy. Not all of us are like that." Ponyboy has shared the story of the Soc's attack on Johnny with Cherry Valance. He explains the brutality of the attack and how it stills haunt Johnny today. Cherry attempts to convince Ponyboy that all Soc's are not as violent.
Cherry believes the biggest difference between socs ad greasers is that Greasers are more emotional
Ponyboy ran away from home because Darry slapped him
Mickey Mouse was The name Sodapop's horse
The fight between the socs and Ponyboys and Johnny started with A Soc shoving Ponyboy's face into the fountain
In a fight at the water fountain, Johnny Killed Bob with a knife
After the fight at the fountain, Ponyboy and Johnny hid in An abandoned church
"Maybe the two different worlds we lived in weren't so different. We saw the same sunset" At this point in the novel, Ponyboy is walking with Cherry Valance, a soc girl. Pony is realizing that they have more in common than he thought. For example, they shared a love of nature and reading.
"A panic was rising in me as I listened to Johnny's quiet voice go on and on" At this point in the novel, Ponyboy is listening to Johnny tell the story of killing Bob, He explained that he had no choice because they were going to drown Pony. Ponyboy reacts with pure panic, while Johnny is able to remain calm.
While hiding out, what novel does Johnny bring back with the food supplies? Gone with the wind
The poem that Ponyboy recited to Johnny was written by Robert Frost
When Dally visited Ponyboy and Johnny he brought a letter from Sodapop
While eating hot-fudge sundaes and barbeque sandwiches, Johnny Decided it was time to turn himself in
Dally hit Ponyboy across the back as he was leaving the burning church because Ponyboy's back was on fire
Darry was strict with Ponyboy because He feared losing him like he lost his parents
"Peroxide? A deck of cards...' Suddenly I realized something. 'Johnny, you ain't thinking of..." Johnny has returned from town with food and smokes. Ponyboy notices that he has also ourchased peroxide and infers it is to dye their hair. Johnny knows their descriptions will be in the media, so he insists they cut/dye their hair as a disguise.
"Hey, I didn't tell you we got us a spy" Dally shares with Johnny and Ponyboy that they greasers have a spy. To their surprise, the spy is Cherry Valance. Pony wonders if Cherry has two sides to her. He knows she is a soc, but also has seen the 'dreamer' side that wants the violence to end.
Created by: BFlmng
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