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The Outsiders, A Character Analysis of Johnny

Summary: Reviews the novel, The Outsiders. Provides a character analysis of main character Johnny. Describes how he has the characteristics of a southern gentleman.
Johnny was the youngest in the gang of greasers after the Ponyboy [his appearance]

He was a pet in the gang and everybody loved him like a small brother. Johnny was rather bullied by the life his parents were fighting and neither of them carried about Johnny, father was beating him to the end and mother was just ignoring. Johnny was the best friend of Ponyboy he even saved his life. When socials were drowning Ponyboy, Johnny killed one of them and rescued his friend, though he knew that for murder there was electric chair. Johnny was very brave man he saved children from burning church risking his own life (he died for this) maybe

he saved them because for him it has no matter weather he die or not I can not agree with this because when he was at hospital Johnny...

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