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Prejudice In The Outsiders

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“Prejudice is the glass through which most things are seen and judged.” Edward Counsel said this in Maxims. When he said this he meant that everybody has their own perspective and idea about how people are from the way they look. Everybody stares into a glass seeing the things they want to see when really there is nothing to see. They want to see the bad in others just to make themselves feel good. With prejudiced people around every corner there really is no escape from this world we live in. When S.E Hinton wrote The Outsiders she wrote about a gang of friends who survived this cruel, prejudiced world even though they lost so much.
In the book novel there are many examples of prejudice in it. With two different gangs at each other's throats
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