On their way home, Pony spots Cherry and they talk. Johnny was the Greaser he was closest to. He looked after Johnny and threatened anyone who made fun of him o … r hurt him. He doesn't want Johnny to be cold-hearted and mean like himself. Soda and Darry spend every moment by Pony's bedside. I mean like he was before. Like it happened to me.
The gang members agree to meet at the vacant lot. They can chose to help … the environment or harm it, but that can choose to do that which is good for it. As they lift the last child out the window, the roof crumbles. . Dally's Death Throughout The Outsiders, the vacant lot was a special place to the Greasers.
He is the unofficial leader of the gang. Like it happened to me. When Johnny said he wanted to turn himself into the cops Dally told Johnny not to because he didn't want Johnny … to become like him because jail hardened him. However, earlier in the book, Dally had risked going to jail himself in order to help Johnny and Pony when they were fleeing from the law. Two-Bit tells them that the greaser—Soc rivalry is to be settled in a final.
Summary and react with surprise to the fact that has been acting as a spy for the Greasers. He hardly ever lets any emotion other than anger show. Since he is beaten up so much his gang treats him as the pet. Most of them are dangerous, criminals, and hoodlums. And maybe he was; perhaps by his dying, he showed his friends another way to live.
When Johnny died, Dally felt they couldn't get along without him and he wished anyone else in the gang had died instead of Johnny. The phone rings, and the call is from Dally. Dallas had hardened himself into not caring. After the Greasers heroically win, he tells Ponyboy that they should get to the hospital to visit the severely injured Johnny. Typically, he finds himself quite indifferent with the opinions of others.
Dally appears and yells that the roof is about to cave in. Johnny decides to turn himself in and Dally agrees to take the boys back home. At the lot, Dally stopped under the street light and pulled out a gun. Ponyboy thinks he and Johnny must have started the fire with a cigarette butt, so the boys jump out of the car to examine the blaze. If you wantto do something and your partner doesnt its not the end of theword. He died violent and young and desperate, just like we all knew he'd die someday. Over the phone, he asks Darry and the gang to help him hide.
Everyone wants to help and confront Johnny. Pony runs out the door and meets up with Johnny, expressing his anger at Darry's increasing coldness in the wake of his parents' recent deaths in a car crash. And now he was a dead juvenile delinquent and there wouldn't be any editorials in his favor. The greasers run inside the burning church to save the children, but Ponyboy is rendered unconscious by the fumes. Keep that way, it's a good way to be. He also lets slip that Cherry Valance, feeling responsible for the murderous encounter, has been acting as a spy for the greasers. Pony has missed a lot of school, he has missed track, and the threat of being placed in a boys' home is still a very real possibility.
Events: After the Johnny Cade killing a soc incident, it was informed that Dallas Winston helped Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny escape and send them to an abandoned church. Gone with the Wind is lying on the table. One by fire, one with his body being torn apart. Ponyboy and Johnny help save the kids, and Dally later helps them; however, he hits Ponyboy hard enough to make him fall. It's just when you get used to everything that it's day. He and Johnny lift the children out of the window. This prompted the police to arrive, and after witnessing the large gun that he had, he was shot down by the police.
The novel was written by Susan Eloise Hinton, in 1965, where it took place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. When they return to the church, they find it on fire with seven trapped kids inside. He loved johnny and saw him as the most important person in the gang. Ponyboy realizes how tenderly Dally feels for Johnny, and thinks about what Dally might have been like before he was toughened on the streets and in jail. Johnny's eyes, a running theme throughout the novel, change dramatically in this chapter as he acts heroically. As Dally was shot by the police, Ponyboy saw 'a look of grim triumph on his face. Ponyboy runs toward the church, throws a rock through a window, and pulls himself inside.