How to not be intimidating to guys

by  |  18-Oct-2017 14:08

His words speak to an important idea in the novel—the futility of the recurring Soc-greaser violence.

The idea Randy presents here has another side to it, however.

Dally does not scare him but rather fascinates him, and he holds a romanticized vision of Dally as an honorable Southern gentleman.

By comparing Dally to a character in a book, Johnny becomes able to understand him.

Ponyboy speaks these words to Cherry Valance in Chapter 3 after he, Two-Bit, and Johnny spend time with Cherry and Marcia at the drive-in.

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