What is a passage that speaks to you in the Oustiders and why?

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The passage that means the most to me is the discussion of the Robert Frost poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay" and what it means to them.  I like this because I love the poem, and it connects to one of the main themes about loss of innocence.  I also like...

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The passage that means the most to me is the discussion of the Robert Frost poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay" and what it means to them.  I like this because I love the poem, and it connects to one of the main themes about loss of innocence.  I also like it because at the end of the book before Johnny dies he tells Ponyboy to “stay gold” or stay good.

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