The Outsiders Essay | The Outsiders: Character Analysis

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The Outsiders: Character Analysis

Summary: All the main characters in S.E. Hinton's book The Outsiders contributes greatly to the flow of the plot, as explained through descriptions of the individual characters. All of the characters offered original personalities that provided positive contributions to the story.
The Outsiders: Character Analysis

Book written by SE Hinton

In the book The Outsiders, the character's personalities are what made the plot move forward. The main characters in this book were Ponyboy Curtis, Sodapop Curtis, Darrel Curtis, Steve Randle, Two-Bit Mathews, Dallas Winston, Johnny Cade, and Cherry Valance. Each of these characters has to do with the cause and effect chains throughout the novel, even if they only show up two or three times in the book. They all helped the plot move forward, and made the story a little more interesting.

I would say that Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade were the two main characters in The Outsiders. Ponyboy was not like the rest of his gang, the Greasers. He did well in school, he loved reading, drawing, watching sunsets, and going to the movies. He was a tough kid, but he had a kind...

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