The Outsiders - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

After the movie Two-Bit, Ponyboy, and Johnny talked the girls into walking to Two-Bit's house to get his car so they could give them a ride home. On the way there, Ponyboy started to realize that Soc girls were normal people just like him. Cherry pointed out that besides money, the greasers tended to be more emotional than the Socs.

Ponyboy thought about how easy it was to talk to Cherry Valance. Before her, the only one who could get him talking was Soda. Ponyboy told Cherry about the horse Soda had loved and called his own when he was 12. The horse had actually belonged to someone else, but it loved Soda. Ponyboy went to the stables a lot to see the horse called Mickey Mouse. One day the true owner sold Mickey Mouse and Soda cried when the horse was taken away. Ponyboy had cried for...

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