He was completely justified to do so. That sure does s … ound like a hero to me. He really wasn't sure if he wanted to take it that far, but he realized that he had lost the only person he loved. Dally makes a quick lie, saying that Ponyboy fell off his motorcycle. Johnny's View of Dally Johnny and Dally had a unique relationship.
This forced the police to shoot him, so he basically killed himself with the help of others. He called his other gang members Ex: Pony … boy, Darry, Two-Bit for them to witness him die. In the end, beating the Socs did not solve anything. The church was almost inhospitable; however, it was far away which helps them from being caught by the police, and it also had water for them to drink. The story ends with Ponyboy writing a school report about his experiences. Everyone reaches the lot at the same time: Dally, the gang, and the police. This forced the police to shoot him, so he basically killed himself with the help of others.
He went back in after Johnny to help him live, even after the roof started falling down on them. Over the phone, he asks Darry and the gang to help him hide. He is now less self-absorbed, and he is upset when he thinks that he may have hurt Darry's feelings by not calling for him. As the gang arrives, they see Dally aiming his unloaded gun towards the officers, with the look of obviously wanting to shoot them. Syme talking to Ponyboy, and Sodapop, Ponyboy and Darry in the park.
Yes Dally does go to the rumble in the Outsiders. In 1983, The Outsiders was released, featuring a cast of young, talented actors who would go on to become household names. Dally took care of Johnny, and Johnny was the only one who could get away with standing up to Dally. Pony has grown up and … is more open to the world than he was in the beginning of the novel. He was arrested at the age of ten, and mugged small children for fun. It is not a good thing because kids could get the wrong impression and think if something goes wrong they can commit suicide. Dally might have been thinking that if he hadn't helped Johnny and Pony hide out, then none of this would have happened.
Ponyboy's opinion of Dally is that he is a cold, hard, mean guy whodoes not love a thing in the world. In The Outsiders, there is a lot of gang violence. The house used for filming in the movie, located at 731 Curtis Brothers Lane in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A banned book is a book where they actually remove the inappropriate material or the book. As Dally stands in a circle of light under a street lamp, he pulls out his gun. Dally had nothing else to live for.
In the end, Coppola added the scenes taking place in court, Mr. The Southern gentlemen had reminded Johnny of Dally. Turning the pages of Johnny's copy of Gone with the Wind, Ponyboy finds a letter from Johnny saying that saving the children was worth sacrificing his own life. Darry tells him that Johnny had instructed the nurse to give the book to Pony. Nobody messes with him because he is as tough as helooks.
He even started fights with his friends. Summary After Johnny's death and Dally's departure, Ponyboy wanders through the hospital's halls in a daze. Dally is there for them, giving Pony, literally, the coat off his own back. He doesn't want Johnny to be cold-hearted and mean like himself. He is in denial, and in this chapter, he often reminds himself not to think about Johnny and Dally.
Pony never condones the things Dallas does, but he shows us another side as well. As these events are happening, Pony's condition is worsening. They go out to get something to eat, then return to find the church on fire with children trapped inside. They believe he had something to live for in the world, something to wake up in the morning for, when he knew he was destined to spend his life behind bars, or dying in a violent, desperate way. Another quote from the book that makes it a possibility to be banned is on page 154. When Johnny died, all of the goodness he saw in the world went with him.
The future for all three is uncertain. He goes to the lot right in time to see Dally pull out an unloaded gun on the police, instantly being shot and killed. He doesn't have a care to the world and to him, stealing androbbing isn't a bad thing. He is the main troublemaker in this whole bookand has been in and out of jail quite a few times since he was just10 years old. Dally slashed Tim Shepard's tires just for kicks, but after the fight was over, they were still there for each other.
He getshimself into a lot of fights because he runs his mouth and iscareless with his actions and words. It shows that under aged kids are get drunk. After examining the raits of Dallas Winston, we are pretty sure that Sabrina will make him less tough, mean and cruel with others. He gave them a gun, some money, and told them about a hideout. Normally, when gang members want to jump someone or cause other violence they travel in packs or gangs. He lies, cheats, steals, robs, and even jumps littlechildren. He grew up in New Yorkand was in some of the toughestand scariest gangs.