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The Outsiders. Review. “Go Figurative” Language. Who’s that Character. Notable Quotes. Greasers Vs. Socs. Can you dig? Anything goes. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500.

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  1. The Outsiders Review

  2. “Go Figurative” Language Who’s that Character Notable Quotes Greasers Vs. Socs Can you dig? Anything goes $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  3. “Nature’s first green is gold Her hardest hue to hold” Reference to nature as her

  4. What is personification? Click Anywhere to Continue

  5. After a week, I was dying for a Pepsi.

  6. What is hyperbole? Click Anywhere to Continue

  7. Ponyboy makes several references such as Gone With the Wind, The Beatles, Elvis, and Hank Williams

  8. What are allusions? Click Anywhere to Continue

  9. Darry hates to be called all brawn and no brains.

  10. What is an idiom? Click Anywhere to Continue

  11. "The clouds changed from gray to pink, and the mist was touched with gold. There was a silent moment when everything held its breath."

  12. What is imagery? Click Anywhere to Continue

  13. The clean-cut greaser who gave-up a college scholarship for his family

  14. Who is Darry? Click Anywhere to Continue

  15. The tough hood with a record who once lived in New York

  16. Who is Dally? Click Anywhere to Continue

  17. The Soc with whom Ponyboy realizes he has many similarities

  18. Who is Cherry Valance? Click Anywhere to Continue

  19. The character who reminds Dally of himself because they had a similar home life

  20. Who is Johnny? Click Anywhere to Continue

  21. “I figured Southern Gentlemen had nothing on Johnny Cade” Johnny is like a southern gentlemen because

  22. What is Johnny is gallant and brave? Daily Double: The literary element portrayed in the previous quote is… Click Anywhere to Continue

  23. Who says “Things are rough all over” meaning just because your rich doesn’t make life easy.

  24. Who is Cherry Valance? Click Anywhere to Continue

  25. When boy states “I was supposed to be the deep one,” what is he implying?

  26. He is surprised at the meaning that Johnny can get from the novel Gone With the Wind Click Anywhere to Continue

  27. What does Johnny say to Ponyboy during that last visit which meant “don’t turn hard and cold, stay good”

  28. What is “stay gold”? Click Anywhere to Continue

  29. “I got a good chance of bein let off easy,” Johnny said….. How is this statement ironic?

  30. Johnny is ready to turn himself in and take his punishment, but because of his injuries he actually ends up dying….not exactly “being lef off easy” Click Anywhere to Continue

  31. Explain Ponyboy’s quote: “I had taken the long way around, but I was finally home. To stay.”

  32. Ponyboy realized that Darry does love him, and he has resolved some of his conflicts at home. Click Anywhere to Continue

  33. Long hair, leather jackets, and switch blades are all symbols of whom?

  34. Who are the Greasers? Click Anywhere to Continue

  35. Madras shirts, Corvairs, Mustangs, and big rings are all symbols of whom?

  36. Who are the Socs? Click Anywhere to Continue

  37. They could be described as “spoiled and bored”

  38. What are the Socs? Click Anywhere to Continue

  39. Most people in town saw them as juvenile delinquents.

  40. Who are Greasers? Click Anywhere to Continue

  41. Who is being described? “If you don’t stick up for them, stick together….it itsn’t a gang anymore, it’s a pack. A snarling distrustful, bickering pack.”

  42. Who are the Socs? Daily Double: To what are the socs being compared? Click Anywhere to Continue

  43. The reason Johnny was jumpy and nervous most of the time, even around his gang.

  44. What is he had been badly beaten by the Socs? Click Anywhere to Continue

  45. Ponyboy introduces himself and the rest of his gang and explains the central conflict of the story.

  46. What is the exposition? Click Anywhere to Continue

  47. Johnny dies from his injuries.

  48. What is the climax? Click Anywhere to Continue

  49. Ponyboy writes an essay for English class which tells the story of the Greasers and the Socs.

  50. What is the resolution? Click Anywhere to Continue

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