In Chapter 10 of The Outsiders, was Dallas Winston gallant? Use an example or two from the book to back up what you say.
Dallas Winston is the toughest greaser of the bunch in Susan E. Hinton's novel, The Outsiders. "Tougher, colder, meaner," than all of Ponyboy's other friends, Dallas has eyes "cold with a hatred of the whole world." The local police has a file on him, and he "lied, cheated, stole, rolled drunks, jumped small kids--he did everything." With this type of resume, Dally can hardly be called gallant.
Yet, while Ponyboy and Johnny hid out at the church on Jay...
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