Lastly, Randy learned that precious time was being wasted for fighting. Ponyboy also gained knowledge that the Socs often had similar problems as the Greasers. She says she wasn't trying to give him charity, she just liked him from the start. Randy was supposed to be too cool to feel anything, and yet there was pain in his eyes. He's really, really into his hair, but he does give it up when he has to.
In Chapter 7, Randy becomes one of the people who appreciate sunsets. Bob and Randy insult the greasers which cause Two-Bit to take out a knife, gives one to Pony and challenges the Socs to a fight. This contrasts with Ponyboy not acknowledging that his own irresponsibility may have led to this situation. Due to their chaotic experiences in the city, Ponyboy, Johnny, and Randy were able to learn important life lessons. He accepts his fate, and decides to change it. You're a traitor to your own kind and not loyal to us.
Johnny does know that there is danger but he doesn't care because he is focused all the danger the people are in. When they get to the vacant lot, Cherry is there in her Corvette. So, by the end of the book, Pony's interests are not longer isolating. One last reason for Ponyboy wanting to fight would be because of Johnny. The first chapter introduces three major themes immediately. He regains consciousness in an ambulance. Ponyboy is young enough to have changeable conceptions of people, however, and over the course of the novel he realizes that Socs have problems just as greasers do.
I'm going to go ahead and assume you are asking why Ponyboy still fought in the rumble despite him not feeling well and having a bad feeling about the rumble overall. Ponyboy now understands Johnny's deep admiration for Dally, but still feels intimidated by Dally's intensity. All of the members come from dysfunctional homes and need the gang relationship as a substitute for what is missing in their own families. Overview Ponyboy Curtis walks from the movie theatre one day. Impossible, everyone has at least 1 fear and many have ones they don't know about, I originally thought I only had arachnophobia, then realised my fear of being trapped is Claustrophobia, now I know I have all these: Arachnophobia - slight Fear of spiders Claustrophobia - acute Fear of small space … s Atychiphobia - some Fear of being wrong Ponyboy is sensitive since when Johnny, his best friend, died hewas scarred and wouldn't believe it. Soda,Darry, and Pony argue and Darry ends up hitting Ponyboy and says he didn't mean it but Ponyboy runs off, finds Johnny, and they run to the local park.
Sullen: Bad-tempered E luded: Escape from a type of danger in a skillful way Imploringly: To beg for mercy or aid Gallant: Of a person or their behavior Indignant: Feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment. Ponyboy barely knows where he is or what he's doing: I wasn't scared. Pony's only problem with Soda is that Soda dropped out of high school. I mean the only difference is the money and they respect that they get but I believe that's it. Then he asks about Johnny. Some major events that happened in this chapter are.
That's part of why the ending of this novel is so awesome: Pony finds a way to live in the world again through writing, self expression, and reaching out to his teachers and peers: Suddenly it wasn't only a personal thing to me. It was the same kind of helplessness I'd felt that night Darry yelled at me for going to sleep in the lot. Why does Johnny think is a hero p. Finally I would tell them to go live somewhere that is hidden and abandoned and to come to me if they need something. Ponyboy's two brothers, Darry and Sodapop, along with their four other gang members, chase the Socs away; Ponyboy escapes with cuts and bruises.
A group of greasers comes and chases the bullies away, saving Ponyboy. In the right situation, he can even recite you a poem from memory. It was the oddest feeling in the world. You'd have saved them the same as we did. And while he is loyal to the rest of the gang, he often doesn't approve of their behavior. Ponyboy gets in the car with him, and Randy asks him how he had the guts to save the kids from the burning church.
We ought to be able to stick together against everything. Pony realizes he doesn't like Dally because Dally's not like anyone else he knows. I reckon we're wilder, too. I had taken the long way around, but I was finally home. Before Bob died, Randy was happily drunk from everything he got, since he was a Soc.