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  • Nothing Gold Can Stay In The Outsiders

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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

  • Compare And Contrast Nothing Gold Can Stay And The Outsiders

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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

  • Analysis Of The Poem Nothing Gold Can Stay

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    “Natures first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold...So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay”. This is a line from Robert Frost’s poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay”. In the poem gold can represent many different things like security, innocence, and hope. Robert Frost's poem ¨Nothing Gold Can Stay¨ is the link between two seemingly different novels. In The pearl and The outsiders security or gold doesnt stay. Kino is the main character in the pearl. He is a pearl diver who has found a huge

  • Analysis Of The Poem Nothing Gold Can Stay

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    ‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’, by Robert Frost is an important part of S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders. Explain how the poem relates to the key events in the novel. The Outsiders, a coming-of-age novel written by S.E.Hinton, tells the story of the loss of innocence due to violence and grief through fourteen year old Ponyboy Curtis’ eyes. Robert Frost’s 1923 poem, Nothing Gold Can Stay, is referred to in the novel. The author deliberately includes the poem to reject the idea of Nothing Gold Can Stay; show how

  • Analysis Of Nothing Gold Can Stay

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    The Outsiders, a coming-of-age novel written by S.E.Hinton, tells the story of the loss of innocence due to violence and grief through fourteen year old Ponyboy Curtis’ eyes. Robert Frost’s 1923 poem, Nothing Gold Can Stay, is referred to in the novel. The author deliberately includes the poem to reject the idea of Nothing Gold Can Stay; show how growing up can force us to get rid of our innocence; and to show the connection between the boys losing their ‘paradise’ and the poem. The concept of

  • The Outsiders Movie And Movie Differences

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    hospital and the rumble. All are apart of the book and movie, The Outsiders. In it, a group of Greaser boys have a close bond. An unexpected night occurs and Johnny murders a Soc. Johnny and Pony run away and soon, along with Dally, they save children from a fire. Johnny’s doesn’t look good and he dies. Dally gets into some trouble and gets shot. There are many similarities and differences between the movie and book version of The Outsiders because of events in the movie, book, and both. The book by

  • Examples Of Innocence In The Outsiders

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    you live life the less and less you have of it and you don't even know it. “Nothing Gold Can Stay” is a poem by Robert Frost that uses nature to represent innocence in a person. The Outsiders is about a boy named Ponyboy and his gang the Greasers dealing with bullying, deaths, and life threatening situations that chips away at their personalities. In the Poem “Nothing gold can stay” by Robert Frost and The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton the theme innocence is portrayed in similar ways. As a child you

  • The Outsiders In The Outsiders By S. E Hinton

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    The book The Outsiders by S.E Hinton, Ponyboy forms a different identity throughout the book. At the beginning of the book, Ponyboy’s identity is an outsider to the greasers and to his community. He does different things, like watch movies without being disturbing, he’s good in school and he likes to read books. Out of the gang Ponyboy didn’t have friends. His gang doesn’t read books or watch movies like he does. The greasers just work hard and long on cars at gas stations. Ponyboy has potential

  • Relate To The Outsiders

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    “The Outsiders”, written by S.E.Hinton, is an example of a beautiful novel which makes the reader understand the importance of good things. This novel became famous as soon as it was published (1960’s) and still is a popular book, mainly because of the reality of teenager’s experiences. In chapter 5, the novel includes a poem that as the story develops it will become more relevant and will start gaining significance for the characters and the reader. This is the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert

  • The Outsiders Dbq

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    What makes up an “Outsider”? In 1967, Oklahoma S.E. Hinton decided to write a book called the “Outsiders”. Social groups are related to Outsiders by making you feel like you’re separated from the rest of society. The Outsiders consist of two groups of teenagers called the greasers and the Socs (Socials). The true Outsiders are those who think differently about the world. To explain, the greasers were defined as Outsiders because they were poor and treated like outcasts. “I get put into A-classes

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