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Language
Who’s that
Character
Notable
Quotes
Greasers
Vs.
Socs
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“Nature’s first green is gold
Her hardest hue to hold”
Reference to nature as her
What is
personification?
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After a week, I
was dying for a
Pepsi.
What is
hyperbole?
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Ponyboy makes
several references
such as Gone With the
Wind, The Beatles,
Elvis, and Hank
Williams
What are allusions?
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Darry hates to be called
all brawn and no brains.
What is an idiom?
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"The clouds changed from
gray to pink, and the mist was
touched with gold. There was
a silent moment when
everything held its breath."
What is imagery?
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The clean-cut greaser
who gave-up a college
scholarship for his
family
Who is Darry?
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The tough hood
with a record who
once lived in
New York
Who is Dally?
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The Soc with
whom Ponyboy
realizes he has
many similarities
Who is
Cherry Valance?
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The character who
reminds Dally of
himself because
they had a similar
home life
Who is
Johnny?
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“I figured Southern
Gentlemen had nothing
on Johnny Cade”
Johnny is like a southern
gentlemen because
What is Johnny is
gallant and brave?
Daily Double: The literary
element portrayed in the
previous quote is…
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Who says “Things are
rough all over” meaning
just because your rich
doesn’t make life easy.
Who is Cherry
Valance?
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When boy states “I
was supposed to be
the deep one,” what
is he implying?
He is surprised at
the meaning that
Johnny can get
from the novel
Gone With the Wind
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What does Johnny say
to Ponyboy during that
last visit which meant
“don’t turn hard and
cold, stay good”
What is “stay gold”?
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“I got a good
chance of bein let
off easy,” Johnny
said…..
How is this
statement ironic?
Johnny is ready to turn
himself in and take his
punishment, but because of
his injuries he actually ends
up dying….not exactly
“being lef off easy”
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Explain Ponyboy’s
quote: “I had taken the
long way around, but I
was finally home. To
stay.”
Ponyboy realized that
Darry does love him,
and he has resolved
some of his conflicts
at home.
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Long hair, leather
jackets, and switch
blades are all
symbols of whom?
Who are the
Greasers?
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Madras shirts,
Corvairs,
Mustangs, and
big rings are
all symbols of
whom?
Who are the Socs?
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They could be
described as
“spoiled and
bored”
What are the
Socs?
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Most people in town
saw them as
juvenile
delinquents.
Who are
Greasers?
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Who is being described? “If you
don’t stick up for them, stick
together….it itsn’t a gang anymore,
it’s a pack. A snarling distrustful,
bickering pack.”
Who are the Socs?
Daily Double: To what
are the socs being
compared?
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The reason Johnny was
jumpy and nervous most of
the time, even around his
gang.
What is he had
been badly
beaten by the
Socs?
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Ponyboy introduces
himself and the rest of
his gang and explains the
central conflict of the
story.
What is the
exposition?
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Johnny dies from
his injuries.
What is the climax?
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Ponyboy writes an
essay for English class
which tells the story of
the Greasers and the
Socs.
What is the
resolution?
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Explain this quote
“Greasers will be
Greasers and Socs will
be Socs.”
Fighting isn’t going
to solve anything;
the groups will
always be who they
are.
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Math 5A - Edmond Public Schools