- Who speaks to the judge before the hearing begins?
- What was the result of the hearing before the judge outsiders?
- What does the judge ask ponyboy at the hearing?
- Why did the judge’s questions surprise ponyboy?
- Why did Darry scold ponyboy?
- Why did Soda look at ponyboy like he was?
- What does Darry scold ponyboy for doing in bed after the rumble?
- What did Randy say Bob really wanted?
- Why does Randy leave town?
- Why did ponyboy say he killed Bob and that Johnny wasn’t dead?
- Why did Darry ask Randy to leave their house?
- Who does ponyboy tell Randy killed Bob?
- Who kills himself in the outsiders?
- What were Dally’s last words?
- Did Dally die a hero?
- How did Darry die?
- Who did Johnny Cade kill?
- Why did Bob get stabbed?
- Where is the SOC killed?
- Why does Johnny like it better when his dad hits?
Who speaks to the judge before the hearing begins?
Who speaks to the judge before the hearing begins? Ponyboy.
What was the result of the hearing before the judge outsiders?
Because the testimony reveals he acted in self-defense and because of his prior traumatic experiences like the fire and Johnny’s death, Ponyboy is acquitted of the charges and allowed to remain in his brothers’ custody.
What does the judge ask ponyboy at the hearing?
The judge asks Ponyboy a few gentle questions about his home life and then acquits him of all wrongdoing and allows him to return home with his brothers. After the hearing, Ponyboy becomes detached and depressed. His grades suffer, he loses his coordination, memory, and appetite, and he resumes fighting with Darry.
Why did the judge’s questions surprise ponyboy?
Why did the judges questions surprise Ponyboy? Darry was yelling at Ponyboy because he was getting bad grades. Sodapop got upset because he was tired of them fighting all the time.
Why did Darry scold ponyboy?
Darry becomes upset with Ponyboy on different occasions because he perceives the potential that his youngest brother has and is frustrated when Ponyboy does not utilize his gifts. In Chapter 3 when Ponyboy is out until nearly 2:00 a.m., like any parent Darry becomes worried and anxious.
Why did Soda look at ponyboy like he was?
Why did Soda look at Ponyboy like he was sentencing him to the electric chair before saying that Dally was a good friend of his? Because he probably thought that because they were friends with Dally, they might think that Darry wasn’t a good guardian and might send Ponyboy away.
What does Darry scold ponyboy for doing in bed after the rumble?
Smoking. What does Darry scold Ponyboy for doing in bed after the rumble? By telling Darry he will try to be more careful.
What did Randy say Bob really wanted?
According to Randy, Bob wanted to be given a set of limits that he had to obey. According to Randy, Bob’s best friend and confidante, all Bob really just wanted: “to make someone say ‘No’ and they never did.
Why does Randy leave town?
Instead, he planned to move away to a different place and start life anew. According to him, he would not be involved in the rumble because it would bring about no change and yet people would get hurt and others killed. No matter which side won, nothing would change.
Why did ponyboy say he killed Bob and that Johnny wasn’t dead?
By trying to convince himself that Johnny was still alive and that he was the one who killed Bob, Ponyboy is trying to cope with all the tragic events that he had witnessed. It is important to acknowledge what he has gone through in order to understand his state of mind.
Why did Darry ask Randy to leave their house?
Darry asked Randy to leave because he mentioned Johnny’s death and gave Pony a temper when he’s supposed to stay calm and still to recover from his concusion. After their deaths Pony starts to fail his classes, runs into things, forgets things, and stops eating. The Socs try to harass Pony one last time.
Who does ponyboy tell Randy killed Bob?
When Randy Adderson visits Ponyboy to discuss the upcoming trial, Pony comments that he was the one who killed Bob Sheldon. Randy tells Ponyboy that he is remembering the incident wrong, but Ponyboy insists that he stabbed Bob. The reason that Ponyboy says that he killed Bob is because he is traumatized.
Who kills himself in the outsiders?
In Chapter Ten, the Greasers get a phone call from Dally, who says that he robbed a grocery store and is being chased by the police. When the Greasers run out to meet Dally, the police surround him and he commits suicide by pulling an unloaded gun from his waistband.
What were Dally’s last words?
He died as soon as he was shot in the book. Find this Pin and more on t h e ~ o u t s i d e r s by Isabella Almlie.
Did Dally die a hero?
Dally didn’t die a hero. He died violent and young and desperate, just like we all knew he’d die someday.
How did Darry die?
Dally died by police fire: suicide by cop. In this book, Dallas dies by being shot by a whole bunch of police officers. He has robbed a grocery store and the police are chasing him. He has a gun (which is probably not loaded) and he points it at the police.
Who did Johnny Cade kill?
Why did Bob get stabbed?
He was trying to drown Ponyboy with some of the other Socs in front of Johnny. Johnny became scared and didn’t know what to do; he drew his switchblade and stabbed Bob, slicing his throat, causing blood to spill from his mouth and neck.
Where is the SOC killed?
Johnny and Ponyboy fled, but were caught near a fountain. Johnny was pushed to the ground, and then the Socs dunked Ponyboy multiple times in the fountain, and he almost drowned. Johnny then pulled out his switchblade and stabbed Bob, killing him.
Why does Johnny like it better when his dad hits?
Johnny likes it better when his father is hitting him because his father knows hes there and isn’t pretending that he isn’t. when johnny leaves its like he doesn’t even exsist in his family and he feels left out, forgotten, outcasted.