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    The novel, the Outsiders by S.E. Hilton has many symbols to represent characters and events. There are many struggles throughout the story. Johnny killing Bob and when Darry slapped Ponyboy causing both boys to run away. The symbols gold, the sunsets, and Gone with the Wind. Gold is a clear symbol of Ponyboy throughout the story. Gold is a symbol because Johnny’s last words were “Stay gold, Ponyboy, stay gold...” Ponyboy also got a note saying “stay gold”, one way this could be a symbol is saying

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    “Stay gold, Ponyboy. Stay gold.” This is a quote from the book The Outsiders, in which Johnny was telling Ponyboy not to mature, and to keep his “golden” qualities. There are many things that can make a person gold. The traits of my personality that make me gold are how considerate I am, my ambition, and how appreciative I am. Consideration is a precious quality because life is difficult and everyone deserves for someone to be kind to them. Having consideration towards others, and being compassionate

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    I have read The Outsiders, written by S.E. Hinton, and “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost. The Outsiders is about a group of boys that are really poor and they get in a whole lot of trouble, and their hair is what they consider the best part of being a greaser. The poem is exactly how it sounds, it is about how the first leaf dropped by a tree is the most precious, but eventually fades away. In chapter four, for The Outsiders, the theme is preserving childhood innocence. As I have said these

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    In The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton, she includes the poem called, “Nothing Gold Can Stay” many times inside of the book. The more you comprehend the poem, the more you can relate it to the book. At the first sight of the quote, you probably did not have any idea why Hinton would include this quote; eventually you understand the true moral to the story and how it relates to The Outsiders itself and the characters that the novel incorporates. In many places of The Outsiders, Hinton included chunks

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    “Nothing Gold can stay” means all good things must come to an end. Johnny and Ponyboy were stuck at an old church for days. This book is about Ponyboy talking about his life and difficulties he's been through as a gangster. The story took place in Oklahoma. In “The Outsiders” the author makes the story interesting to read so the reader won't put down the book. Initially, there are many background about The Outsiders. Initially, The Outsiders was on the New York Times bestseller list. It was the

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    writing that I have found the themes for are The Outsiders, which is a book written by S.E.Hinton, and a poem called “Nothing Gold Can Stay” written by Robert Frost. In The Outsiders a boy named Ponyboy has some up and downs in life such as family and friends and also a certain social class in there town called the Soc’s. In the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” Robert Frost writes about fall and its beautiful colors. I think that the theme of The Outsiders is that whoever you are everyone is a human is

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    Robert Frost wrote the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” that’s about how nothing in the world can stay, just how in the book “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton. The greasers and socs in “The Outsiders” didn’t get along in the beginning of the book but by the end of the book they got along a lot more than they did in the being. Just how the real world is sometimes we get along and sometimes we don’t. The poem and book both go together for a couple of different reasons they both share how the real world

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    In language arts this year we have been reading The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton and “Nothing Gold Can Stay”, by Robert Frost. The Outsiders is a story about a group of kids going through a lot of difficulties but somehow get through them together. And Robert Frost tells us that childhood is gold but it doesn't last forever. In chapter six of Hinton’s novel I would say the theme is sacrifice and honor. Also the poem's theme is good things can’t stay forever. Johnny and Ponyboy held honor in being greasers

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    In The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton and the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost the themes are some what similar. The Outsiders talks about two social classes fighting each other and what happened because of it. The poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” talks about how we need to treasure beautiful things because they can’t stay forever. The Outsiders and “Nothing Gold Can Stay” themes are about self-sacrifice, honor, and treasuring things. The Outsiders theme for chapter six is self-sacrifice and honor

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    The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, there are two groups, Socs and the Greasers, they have a rivalry with each other; the Greasers are known for having bad reputations that will never go anywhere in life and are poor, while the Socs can be disrespectful to the community, but an asset to the community the next day, and with a lot of money. In the novel, S.E. Hinton includes Robert Frost’s poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” to focus on the poem’s deeper meaning. When examining Robert Frost’s “Nothing Gold Can

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