In the poem, the conditions of existence dictate that everything loses its initial innocence. Here we encounter an America of broken homes, where parents are strangely invisible or absent and where the young people wantonly roam the streets. After the first fight in The Outsiders, as Pony-Boy and Johnny wander the streets on foot, they are again rolled-up-on by the socs, now drunk. It was with this production that the rock musical became an important part of musical theatre. They got Ponyboy and were drowning him in a fountain until he blacked out pages 42 to 45.
The Greasers are the east side, middle- and lower-class poor kids. A greaser normally comes from a blue collar or middle class family, named greasers because of the amount of gel used to slick back their hair. The Greasers The Greasers are more than just Ponyboy's group of friends. They are cool to the point of not feeling anything and if they do feel something, they are weird to other Socs. The greasers are more emotional. We're sophisticated - cool to the point of not feeling anything.
White trash, with long greasy hair. He must learn how to be like both Dally and Johnny. Maybe we could lose our cool we could. By the mid-1970s, the greaser image had become a quintessential part of 1950s and cultural revival. Pony and the rest of the greasers must deal with the hardship in their own lives, while the Socs enjoy all the advantages of class privilege.
Because his parents have died in a car accident, Ponyboy lives with his brothers Darry and Sodapop. By using a metaphor from nature, Frost suggests that the loss of innocence is as natural as the death of a flower. After he meets Cherry at the movie theater, however, Ponyboy begins to realize that Socs are human just like greasers. They are also more emotional than the Socs and get into rumbles just for fun. What are their symbols that represent their group i. Greasers are like hoods they steal things and drive up old souped-up cars and hold up gas stati … ons and have gang fight once in a while. The Greasers are the east side, middle- and lower-class poor kids.
I reckon we're wilder, too. During the comparing and contrasting of the agriculture of Shang dynasty and Han dynasty, we can get a deeper understanding of the great knowledge and intelligent of the people of the two dynasties. Although now we can find their stories, cultures and inventions only on history books, their contributions and achievements are still having deep affection to us. However, it is the sub-divisions within these major genres that evoke unique performances and experiences. This book provided the sociological framework of understanding how the larger society creates its values and rules, and then goes about enforcing them. My final reason why Socs are a bigger disgrace to society than greasers is that Socs only care for themselves. To put it in short terms there are two things that separate a soc from a greaser, money and emotion.
Johnny Stabs a Soc One night, Ponyboy and his older brother Darry have a heated fight, and Ponyboy decides to run away with Johnny. Because his parents have died in a car accident, Ponyboy lives with his brothers Darry and Sodapop. How much money they have she says they are pretty much the s … ame besides the money. In the book Socs are a little like rag dolls, they go with the flow and do what everyone else is doing but they put no emotion in it. Ponyboy's relationship with his two brothers symbolizes the traditional dual-parent relationship. Not like the Greasers the Socs portray them as. Most greasers have little or no respect for authority.
Portrayal in media and popular culture Greaser revival look in 1974 The first cinematic representation of the greaser subculture was the 1953 film. By using a metaphor from nature, Frost suggests that the loss of innocence is as natural as the death of a flower. A minor theme prevalent throughout Western literature and established here in Chapter 1 is the power of three. In turn, the older boys, particularly Dally, are protective of him. Hope this answers your question! One can easily recall the major genres of theatre: drama, comedy, musicals.
So much of The Outsiders is about boundaries, both real and symbolic. It was not used in writing to refer to the American subculture of the mid-20th century until the mid-1960s, though in this sense it still evoked a pejorative connotation and a relation to machine work. She told her friends that at all, as she is a cheerleader. They smoked Kools and usually tried to stay out of fights. How does his opinion of the Socs at the end of the novel differ from his opinion at the beginning? Hinton, Greasers And Socs, Page 44 This passage ultimately sums up the differences they have, but the true similarities they share.
It was not used in writing to refer to the American subculture of the mid-20th century until the mid-1960s, though in this sense it still evoked a pejorative connotation and a relation to machine work. As they near the ends of their lives, however, Johnny becomes strong and Dally becomes weak. Rather than starting a fight, the soc says he read about the heroic deed of saving the children from the church fire for which Pony-Boy and Johnny were written about in the local paper. In citing the poem, Johnny and Ponyboy acknowledge that this loss is unavoidable but not that the loss of beauty is inevitable. The greasers will still be greasers and the socs will still be socs.