The title of this essay is The Outsiders of the Greasers. This essay is about 3 of the Greasers Ponyboy, Dallas, and Johnny.

Essay by BlackberryHigh School, 10th gradeA+, September 2004

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The 3 Outsiders are Ponyboy, Johnny, and Dallas Winston (Dally). They are outsiders because they don't do things like the rest of the Greasers. They do things there own way like read books, keep there mouths shut, or in Dally's case rob people and slash tires.

Pony is an outsider in his own group because he likes to watch sunsets, read books, and he doesn't like to cut people, and he likes to stay quiet. His parents died in a car accident and now he lives with his two brothers Sodapop and Darry. Nobody real understands Pony besides Johnny and Sodapop.

Johnny is an outsider because he is always quiet; he hardly ever gets to fights and he like to do the same thing Ponyboy does. His hero is Dally but everybody else is scared of him. Johnny doesn't have loving parents but he has lots of friends. His family is the Greasers.

Dally is an outsider because he is always breaking the law. He is always getting into fights. He doesn't have parents that care about him. The only person or thing he cares about is Johnny. Dally is a mean person to everybody but Johnny. Nobody likes him because nobody understands him like Johnny does.

In conclusion I choose these three outsiders because they are different from the others. They either don't have parents or their parents hate them. So I think they would be good to write about.