Ponyboy asks Sodapop about Sandy and learns that she got pregnant and moved to Florida. He loves the rodeo, but he gets injured and has to quit riding. Another difference was the character's apperance. Jerry agrees that Johnny acted in self-defense and reassures him that the judge will also take into account the boys' actions at the fire. He is also tough—he once held off four opponents in a fight with a broken soda bottle.
As the only person that can tease Darry and get away with it, Darry usually backs off when Soda defends Pony. A blue Mustang pulls up to the restaurant, and in it they see the group of Socs that jumped Ponyboy and Johnny in the park. She is one of spongebobs best friends. We see just how much he values peace and his brothers. And for the same reason. I can't stand to hear y'all fight.
She was going to leave town and stay with her grandparents. Despite the difficulties and heartbreak that Soda has experienced with horses, he finds ways to be near the things he loves. He is an easily likeable character. Ponyboy even goes as far as to say that he loves Soda more than he loves any other person in his life. It takes place when Ponyboy is arguing with Darry in the kitchen about his schoolwork, and Soda jumps up from the table and runs out the front door. Randy eventually sees that not all fights are worth having, and later goes on to humanize the Socs by expressing that many of them have redeeming qualities. Ponyboy thinks of Tim as an alley cat, hungry and restless.
Pony soon is involved in messy situations when she attempts to close the unfair social gap between Socs and Greasers. Later, Ponyboy finds out that the doctor has talked to the judge, telling him that Ponyboy is too ill and upset to answer serious questions. Ponyboy thought she loved Sodapop with all her heart, but then Soda says she didn't love him as much as he loved her, because he wanted to marry her pregnant or not, but she just left him. He can't even keep track of where his shoes are. It broke his heart, when she left to go live with her grandmother in Florida because she got pregnant.
In retrospect, finding her one should've been the least of her social worker's concerns. He is coy, smart and tall. So, in addition to helping us gain insight into Soda, Sandy's character represents a serious issue for women at the time. He possess great looks, great people skills, and just enough of a wild streak to make him fun to hang out with. He sticks up for Ponyboy when Darry yells at him. Dally is recovering nicely in the hospital, and for the first time ever Ponyboy feels warmly toward Dally.
His caring loving nature made him want to marry her anyway and he was devastated when she left. With so many options available to him, why do you think Soda is ready to settle down at sixteen? One day, Mickey Mouse was sold and it broke Soda's heart. If she loved Soda as much as Soda loved her then she would not have have cheated and gotten pregnant by another man. As with Darry, Pony hasn't been seeing the whole picture. An outsider is someone that doesn't fit in quite well.
He works two jobs to hold the family together. Sandy y papo is spanish for sandy and jowl. You can tell that Sandy didn't love Soda as much as he loved her because she went off and slept with someone else. After 5 days becoming and being pustules they begin to scab over, which takes about 5 more days. Soda cried all night long after Mickey Mouse was sold.
We ought to be able to stick together against anything. It actually doesn't mean a … lot to the book. In the movie everything just went fast and it didnt really talk about the way Ponyboy felt. When their parents passed away, all three of the boys were greatly affected, but Soda tried to keep things as normal as possible for Ponyboy. Strong, athletic, and intelligent, Darry has quit school.
Ponyboy hugs Darry and apologizes to him, and has the feeling that everything will be okay once he returns home. She cheats on him and gets pregnantwith another man's baby. Sodapop shows, perhaps more than any other character, how life can be difficult, and require sacrifice, making him feel stuck in the middle when the elder Curtis brother, Darry, argues with the youngest, Ponyboy. When he is called, ho … wever, the judge doesn't ask him very many questions. See Two-Bit and Ponyboy go to see Johnny and Dally in the hospital. Literature Guides The Outsiders Characters and Analysis Characters and Analysis Ponyboy Curtis Ponyboy is the fourteen year old narrator of the Outsiders.
Sodapop is dating, and in love with Sandy near the beginning of the book, a pretty greaser girl with china blue eyes and blonde hair, before Ponyboy and Johnny turn away to the church in Windrixville, but when they return, Pony is surprised to find out that they broke up. Since Soda never talks about himself or his own problems, Darry and Pony are surprised when he finally divulges his feelings near the end of the novel. He knew Soda was in love with Sandy and planned to marry her, but Pony sure didn't know she was pregnant with another guy's child. Since we only end up hearing this information from Darrel, some readers wonder if Sandy's really pregnant, who the father is, and why she was sent out of town. Pony's only problem with Soda is that Soda dropped out of high school.