The plot of the movie "The Outsiders" stems from a fight in which character Johnny, a low-income "Greaser," played by Ralph Macchio, stabs an upper-class "Soc" because he was attempting to drown his friend Pony Boy, who ... More »

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"The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton is available to read online on a few different web pages. The full book can be read at docs.google.com, as well as archive.org. More »

In S. E. Hinton's "The Outsiders," Ponyboy Curtis describes what happens when rival gangs the Greasers and the Socs decide to settle their turf war with a rumble. He also learns the value of family and the importance of ... More »

The main similarity between the book and the movie "The Outsiders" is that both follow the same storyline. The movie characters have similar roles to the book characters, and Ponyboy serves as the narrator in both pieces... More »

In "The Outsiders," Ponyboy and Johnny go into the burning church to rescue a group of school children who were eating a picnic lunch inside when the structure caught on fire. Ponyboy and Johnny drove by the church they ... More »

In S. E. Hinton's "The Outsiders," Ponyboy Curtis describes what happens when rival gangs the Greasers and the Socs decide to settle their turf war with a rumble. He also learns the value of family and the importance of ... More »

The main characters in "The Outsiders" are Ponyboy, Darrel and Sodapop Curtis. Some other important characters are Two-Bit Matthews, Steve Randle, Dallas Winston and Cherry Valance. More »