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Dialogue in The Outsiders

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Ben I am afraid that today in my class, we completed the book. Towards the conclusion, there were very large amounts of vital dialogue. Such as how Ponyboy, Darry, and Soda Pop have a conversation about how they need to diminish fighting in their household. This helps us to learn how Soda feels about being the middle child of the three especially because he rarely speaks out like that. Soda ran out of the house during a common argument between Darry and Ponyboy after they asked him to take sides in an argument. He expressed how pained it makes him feel to see them arguing and when they ask him to take sides because he sees faults in both Pony and Darry and doesn't think one is better than the other.

Darren Judge I agree wit you Ben. The dialogue in this book is beautiful and really makes the book better.

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