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- Francis Ford Coppola’s film “The Outsiders” is a 1980’s melodrama, based on teenage behavior in the 1950’s. The film is about two groups of teenagers who attend the same high school and live in the same town, but lead radically different lives. One group, known as The South-Side Socials (more casually called “socs”), is the more privileged group.
- The student can relate to this novel as the narrator of the story is of their own age group and reflects many issues that they themselves may face. The language of the text is easily understood as are the themes in the story.
- In The Outsider, Albert Camus portrays Meursault, the book?s narrator and main character, as detached, and unemotional. He does not think much about events or their consequences, nor does he express much feeling in relationships or during emotional times.
- Author: S.E. Hinton Character Analysis: Ponyboy Curtis – Ponyboy is a fourteen-year-old member of a gang called the Greasers. His parents died in a car accident, so he lives alone with his two older brothers, Darry and Soda. He is a good student and athlete, but most people at school consider him a vagrant like his Greaser friends.
- 1. The plot of THE OUTSIDERS makes you think that there are two groups in society. One group is the people who have money, like the SOCS. The other group does not have money, THE GREASERS and is made fun of by the other group. This still happens today.
- The opening lines of the novel, The Outsider by Albert Camus, set the tone for the book: “Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday, I don’t know” (pg. 9), it is a dreary and depressing sentence, so are the thoughts of a character by the name of Meursault.
- The fuzz is after you and Johnny they think you guys killed a socs. Is it true? Dally seems to be the only one who knows what s going on, but you know him, he wont even tell us.
- ?Meursault is punished, not for his crime of killing another human being but for refusing to play the game.? This statement is of great relevance to the novel The Outsider, by Albert Camus. Society as a whole enforces its ideas and values, upon all individuals, but particularly on those who differ from the ?norm?.
- This story is about a young boy of 14 named Ponyboy. He is part of a hood group called Greasers on the east side of town, a group of lower-class teenagers who wear their hair long and greasy, wear jeans and ripped-up T-shirts, and are at odds with the rich-kid bullies known as the Socs .
- This story is about a guy names Ponyboy who is a greaser , a member of a group of lower-class youths who wear their hair long and greasy, wear jeans and ripped-up T-shirt, and are at odds with the rich-kid bullies known as the Socs , shorter name for socials.
- In literature, a character often changes from the beginning to middle and to the end of a novel. In the novel The Outsiders, Ponyboy and Johnny undergo many changes.Ponyboy is an honor roll student and a good athlete in track. Pony also thought that his older brother Darry hated him because he was too strict with him.
- The book took place in rural Vermont with a young Shaker boy named Rob Peck The novel was basically about this boy going through joyful and trying times in his youth, and his friendship with his pet pig named Pinky Robert Peck was the main character, he was loving towards Pinky and he was obedient,( he knew if he wasn?t, he?d be in big trouble )
- The major source of conflict in the text, The Outsider written by Albert Camus, is ultimately Meursault s rebellion against the expectations of society. This conflict, caused be rebellion, controls the plot line of the text from the time of Meursault s mother s death and eventually leads him to his own death.
- The outside, west fa?ade of St. John?s Cathedral is extravagantly decorated. From the large sculptures, right down to the sets of doors, the detail of the work is majestic. You feel that you are an insignificant person while admiring all of the years of hard work that was put in to build this cathedral.
- I shall never surrender or retreat … I Am determined to sustain myself as long as possible and die like a soldier who never forgets what it is due to his honor and that of his country-VICTORY OR DEATH.” This was a letter sent by William Barret Travis during the siege of the Alamo on February 24, 1836.
- The early history of the phonograph can be organized into the following sections: Leon Scott’s Phonautograph Edison’s Phonograph The Bell-Tainter Graphophone Early Recording Industry Berliner’s Gramophone The Major Talking Machine Corporations Worldwide Recording Boom Innovations Through World War I Recording in the Jazz Age Radio and Electronic Recording Depression and Decline Leon Scott’s Phonautograph The first successful sound recording device was developed by Leon Scott de Martinville in 1855.
- “The Jungle” portrays the lower ranks of the industrial world as the scene of a naked struggle for survival. Where workers not only are forced to compete with each other but, if they falter, are hard pressed to keep starvation from their door and a roof over their heads.
- Each hot summer day seemed endless; picnics, playing house, dolls, applying make-up. Alyssa and Ashley were sisters more than that, they were best friends. They each had a spray of freckles across cute little turnip noses, grins that would light up a room.
- John Steinbeck’s “The Chrysanthemums” shows the true feelings of the main character, Elisa Allen, through the use of setting and her interactions with other characters in the story. By way of vivid descriptions, Elisa’s feelings of dissatisfaction over the lack of excitement in her life and her role as a mere housewife and then the subsequent change to feelings of a self-assured woman, are clearly seen.
- The idea for this dissertation arose from the culmination of a number of thoughts that have interested me for some time. The question of ‘reality’ has always intrigued me. I perceived it as tangible and exact but at the same time intensely vulnerable.