Question: English & Literature

when ponyboy asks what kind of world it is, what comment is he making about how society judges people? (its in chapter 9) PLEASE ANSWER

In English & Literature | Asked by cghkmrn3
Asked from the The Outsiders (novel) study pack
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In the novel, The Outsiders, Ponyboy asks a question about society which underpins the theme of the entire novel. He's saying that it is pathetic how society judges a book by its proverbial cover, never taking the time to see the worth of a person, or their potential. 

MHood2 | 342 days ago

When ponyboy says a comment of what society judges what he means by that is that the greasers are really different then the socs

(guest) | 24 days ago