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    Johnny Cade in the story of the outsiders is described as the gang’s pet who has been through so much in life only at the age of 16. He’s been kicked out too many times and has already faced the cruelty of reality. When saving the kids from the burning down church Johnny has a piece wood with fire on it fall on him. Making it impossible to move or heal every again. I think Johnny never gave up on his innocent but, he became age when he saved the kids from the burning down church. He was the only

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    Within the book ‘The Outsiders’, written by S.E Hinton in 1967, the character Johnny Cade is represented as an innocent and ‘good’ young boy through his dialogue, actions and by the way others speak of him. Johnny conveys the theme that not everything is 'black and white', and that everyone is a shade of grey, through actions and events that involved him. This presentation will show that Johnny himself is a shade of grey, even with everyone else saying how 'good' he is, because of his murder of Bob

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    A lot of people see Johnny Cade as a quiet and insecure guy, but he is way more than that. In the novel, “The Outsiders” by “S.E. Hinton”, There are two teen rival groups, the Greasers and the Socs. Johnny belonged to in the Greaser group, the group is his family. Johnny Cade is firm, important and he was brave. First of all, Johnny is firm and doesn't back down. Johnny defended Cherry and Marcia when Dally was messing around with them. The text states, “Leave her alone Dally”(page 22). This explains

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    hero is based off of their own definition. According to the book, The Outsiders, Johnny Cade is well defined as a hero in several ways. Johnny could also fit the characteristics of a hero in my eyes. He meets these standards through bravery, humility, responsibility, and more.     During the book, The Outsiders, Johnny was represented as a hero. One of the signs pointing to this was when he showed responsibility. On page 95, Johnny wanted to take responsibility and turn himself into the police. He also

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    The Outsiders Analysis

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    It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No it’s… a Greaser? The Outsiders is a book written by S.E. Hilton about a boy named Ponyboy Curtis that is a Greaser who is involved with a murder of a Socs along with his friend Johnny Cade. While it was under self defence, the cops would never believe them so they flee the town. Ponyboy is faced with many challenges along the way that involve his brother's (Sodapop and Darry), his safety, a church fire, and Johnny and Dally Winston death. During all this chaos, heroic

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    Johnny “Johnnycake” Cade “Stay gold, Ponyboy, stay gold…” ( S.E. Hinton, 148) were the last words of Johnny Cade in the book The Outsiders. I found this character very interesting because of all the hardships he faced and overcame. Johnny, being scarred for life, with his alcoholic father who abused him, and a selfish mother who did not care about him. We saw two different sides of Johnny in The Outsiders. We saw when he was

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    by anyone because of who they are, or what and where they come from. One example of unexpected heroism, is from three greasers, Dallas Winston, Johnny Cade, and Ponyboy Curtis from The Outsiders. Dally, Johnny, and Ponyboy can be considered heroes because of some actions and choices they made. Dally Winston can be considered a hero. In the book The Outsiders, it states that Dally hit Pony in the back to prevent him from burning and that he had given him a jacket. Later in the book it explains that

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    Ponyboy Curtis says this in the book The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. An outsider is someone who is different or doesn’t fit in in a certain way, which is why Hinton never emphasizes who the outsiders are; readers can interpret this book and the outsiders in their own way because Hinton proves that everyone is an outsider in their own manner. While it can be argued that every character is an outsider, the main outsiders in this book are Ponyboy Curtis, Johnny Cade, and Cherry Valance. In a neighborhood

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    The Outsiders An outsider is defined as “a person who does not belong to a particular group.” In the book, The Outsiders, many of the characters can be described as being an outcast from the social society. Ponyboy, Johnny, and Cherry are outsiders in this novel because none of them really fit into the groups that they’re “supposed” to be in. In this novel, Ponyboy Curtis is an outsider from society and his gang. He feels as if he is an outsider from society because he is a part of the social class

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    is the most important in The Outsiders is Ponyboy’s parent dies. Ponyboy’s parents died in a automobile accident before the story took place. When Ponyboy’s parents have died Ponyboy lives with his two brother Sodapop Curtis, and Darry Curtis. Ponyboy and his two brothers have to learn an important part in life of surviving without a parent. The three greasers have to learn to feed, clothe, and take care of themselves without a parent. The next event in The Outsiders that I ranked second most important

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