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The Outsiders
PDF Name The Outsiders PDF
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The Outsiders

Dear readers, here we are providing The Outsiders PDF to all of you. The Outsiders is a very popular novel that was originally published in 1967. The Outsiders is a great Novel in Young adult fiction, Drama, and Bildungsroman genres. Ponyboy Michael Curtis, Darrel ‘Darry’ Curtis, Johnny Cade, Dallas Winston, Sodapop Curtis, and Keith “Two-Bit” Mathews are the main characters of this novel and the story of this novel reloves around them.

The Outsiders has got 4.8/5 stars ratings on Amazon, 4.1/5 stars on Goodreads, and 4.5/5 stars ratings on Flipkart. This novel got a huge positive response from book lovers and was liked by 90% of Google users. The Outsiders was written by S. E. Hinton. Her full name was Susan Eloise Hinton. She was a well-established American writer. She was born on 22 July 1948 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States.

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The story begins with Ponyboy walking home from the movies and getting jumped by a group of Socs (or Socials), the rich kids from the West Side who drink, drive fancy cars, and beat up Greasers just for fun. The Greasers fear and hate the Socs because the Socs once beat up Ponyboy’s friend and fellow Greaser Johnny Cade.

The night after Ponyboy’s run-in with the Socs, Johnny, and Ponyboy go to the movies with their friend Dally Winston and chat up two Soc girls named Cherry and Marcia. After the movie, Johnny and Ponyboy are walking the girls home when a group of Socs shows up, including the girls’ boyfriends, Bob and Randy.

The boys have been drinking, which is why Cherry and Marcia had left them and gone to the movies by themselves. Bob turns out to be the same boy who beat up Johnny. To avoid a fight between the boys, Cherry and Marcia agree to go home with Bob and Randy.

When Ponyboy arrives home late, Darry shouts and slaps him, startling both of them. Ponyboy runs off and finds Johnny, and the two boys walk to the nearby park so Ponyboy can calm down. The Soc boys show up again, drunk, and when Bob threatens Johnny while the other boys try to drown Ponyboy in a fountain, Johnny fatally stabs Bob in self-defense.

Release date: 25 March 1983 (USA)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Adapted from: The Outsiders
Featured song: Stay Gold
Box office: 3.37 crores USD
Screenplay: Francis Ford Coppola, Kathleen Rowell

He and Ponyboy tell Dally what happened, and Dally tells them about an old church in the country where they can hide out. Ponyboy and Johnny hide out in the church for a few days until Dally shows up to tell them that Cherry, Bob’s girlfriend, is going to testify in court on their behalf, which makes Johnny decide to turn himself in because he can make a case for self-defense.

Dally takes the boys to get a bite to eat, and when they get back, the church is on fire. Ponyboy realizes that a cigarette that one of them hadn’t put out probably caused it. Realizing that there’s a school picnic going on there, the boys rush inside and manage to save the children trapped in the church, but Johnny is badly injured when a fallen beam breaks his back. Johnny dies in the hospital as a result of his burns and a broken back, and a devastated Dally allows himself to be killed by the police in a shootout after he robs a store.

Ponyboy has a difficult time accepting Johnny’s death and all that has happened to him, and his grades begin to drop. When he’s assigned to write an essay for English so that he can pass the class, he thinks of the experiences he’s had and decides to write his story, because his brothers, his friends, and Johnny’s heroism can remind kids that there is always some good to be found in the world.

About the Author of The Outsiders PDF

Born Susan Eloise Hinton
July 22, 1948 (age 73)
Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.
Occupation Writer
Nationality American
Period 1967–present
Genre Young-adult novels, children’s books, screenplays
Notable awards Margaret Edwards Award
1988

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