One of the more significant scenes in the book occurs in this chapter (11 and 12) when Ponyboy and Two-bit are confronted by some [unknown] socs. Relate here in one or two paragraphs why this scene...

One of the more significant scenes in the book occurs in this chapter (11 and 12) when Ponyboy and Two-bit are confronted by some [unknown] socs. Relate here in one or two paragraphs why this scene is important. What is Two-bit worried about? Connec it to the note from Johnny in the last chapter, where he telld Ponyboy to STAY GOLD.

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