What is the theme of the novel"The Outsiders"?

Answer "The Outsiders," a novel written by S. E. Hinton and published in 1967, deals with social strife in Tulsa, Oklahoma, during that era. It focuses on two groups of young people--the Greasers and the... Read More »

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What was the theme of the book"The Outsiders"?

S.E Hinton's book, The Outsiders, has many themes, including being an outsider in relation to society and family. Another theme is learning that there are no absolutes, such as good and evil.Refere... Read More »

What is the internal conflict in"The Outsiders"?

Ponyboy Curtis, the main character in S.E. Hinton’s “The Outsiders,” experiences several internal conflicts in the novel including his relationship with his brothers and his own identity. He ... Read More »

What is the major conflict in the book"The Outsiders"?

S.E. Hinton wrote "The Outsiders" in 1967. It is about orphaned brothers and their friends in Oklahoma called the greasers because of their hair. They are economically poor and run up against a gro... Read More »

What did Johnny and Ponyboy do after they killed Bob in the Outsiders?

Ponyboy and Johnny went to Dally for help. They ran away with 50 dollars, a gun and a plan to go in an old abandonned church from Dally at a place called Jay Mountain in Windrixville.