- What does the unloaded gun symbolize in the outsiders?
- Why does Dally have a heater?
- Who kills dally?
- Why does dally start carrying a gun?
- Why does dally not want Johnny to turn himself in?
- What does Bob’s ring symbolize in outsiders?
- What does Johnny say that shocks dally?
- Who is the spy Dally speaks of?
- Why did dally wanna die?
- Why does sodapop sleep in the same bed as ponyboy?
- Why do you think Johnny wasn’t scared despite the obvious danger?
- What is it that foreshadows Johnny’s predicament on pg 69?
- What did heater mean in the 60s?
- What does the greaser hair symbolize?
- What does 50 dollars mean in the outsiders?
What does the unloaded gun symbolize in the outsiders?
What does the unloaded gun symbolize.
The unloaded gun symbolizes something that seems a threat yet is not.
As is apparent, the greasers seem like a threat to the Socs but are not..
Why does Dally have a heater?
In The Outsiders, a heater is slang for a gun. Dally is armed because of the increased tension between the Socs and the Greasers.
Who kills dally?
1) How does Dally die? The policemen kill Dally. After Johnny dies in the hospital, Dally is so upset, he runs away from Ponyboy and robs a grocery store. The police chase him to the empty lot where the greasers hang out.
Why does dally start carrying a gun?
In The Outsiders, a “heater” is a gun and Dally has one because of the conflict between the Greasers and the Socs that has escalated since Johnny killed Bob. He wants to have a gun so that he can at least bluff his way out of trouble.
Why does dally not want Johnny to turn himself in?
Dally doesn’t want Johnny to turn himself in because he has helped him this much already and he doesn’t want his help to go to waste and he doesn’t want Johnny to go though with jail because Dally knows what it fells like. What “other side” of Dallas is revealed in this chapter?
What does Bob’s ring symbolize in outsiders?
Bob’s Rings The rings in this story represent the physical power that accompanies wealth. By using his rings as combative weapons, Bob takes advantage of his economic superiority over Ponyboy and the other greasers, using his wealth to injure his opponents.
What does Johnny say that shocks dally?
Summary: Chapter 6 Johnny shocks Dally by telling him he wants to go back home and confess to his crime. Dally tries to change Johnny’s mind, telling him he never wants to see Johnny hardened the way prison would harden him.
Who is the spy Dally speaks of?
That Cherry Valance is acting as a spy for the greasers shocks Ponyboy and Johnny, but then they learn that Bob, the dead Soc, had been her boyfriend. Dally informs them that Cherry has said that she is willing to testify that the Socs were drunk that night and that Johnny acted only in self-defense.
Why did dally wanna die?
Answer and Explanation: In The Outsiders, Dally wants to die because Johnny, the only person he truly loves, has died.
Why does sodapop sleep in the same bed as ponyboy?
Ponyboy values his sleep, though his troubles cause his own brothers to lose much of theirs in Susan E. Hinton’s novel, The Outsiders. Because of the Curtis’ small house, Pony shares a bed each night with his brother, Soda; Darry has the other bedroom to himself.
Why do you think Johnny wasn’t scared despite the obvious danger?
Why do you think Johnny wasn’t scared, despite the obvious danger, on page 92? The fact that he could do something to save the children brought new energy to his life and allowed him to face the danger without fear.
What is it that foreshadows Johnny’s predicament on pg 69?
Probably the fact that he wants a cigarette to keep him from stressing out. What is it that foreshadows Johnny‟s predicament on pg. 69? What foreshadows Johnny predicament is Ponyboy dropping a cigarette on floor and then burning down the whole church.
What did heater mean in the 60s?
In both the popular literature of the 1950s and 1960s and in the films, especially so-called film noir detective stories, a “heater” refers to a firearm, specifically, to handguns. Detectives and gangsters would refer to themselves or to others as “carrying heat,” or “packing heat,” meaning armed with a handgun.
What does the greaser hair symbolize?
The greasers’ long, slick hair is a symbol of their gang, both to themselves and to others. When Ponyboy and Johnny cut and dye their hair while in hiding they’re taking a symbolic step outside the gang. As a result, Ponyboy feels less secure, but also gains a bit of room in which to develop his individuality.
What does 50 dollars mean in the outsiders?
50 dollars. Dally gave Ponyboy and Johnny 50 dollars when they told him what happened, they’d buy food with it. Dally’s instructions. to take a train to Windrixville and hide at a church.