chapter 2 2.why does pony love being in the country so much? 3.how do the greasers learn more about the socs? 4.how could cherry be a problm for dally? chapter 3 why do you think pony and cherry...

chapter 2

2.why does pony love being in the country so much?

3.how do the greasers learn more about the socs?

4.how could cherry be a problm for dally?

chapter 3

why do you think pony and cherry become good friends?

do the characters in this book seem real? why or why not? how does the author try to make them believable?

 

 

 

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  Ponyboy loves being in the country because he wants to be out of the town, away from the excitements and not have to worry about being jumped or carrying a blade or ending up married to a scatterbrained broad with no sense.
  The greasers learn more about the Socs when Ponyboy, Johnny, and Two-bit meets Cherry Valance and her friend Marcia at the movies.
  Cherry could be a problem for Dally because Cherry is part of the Socs while Dally is part of the Greasers.
 

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