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The Outsiders av S. E. Hinton

The Outsiders (urspr publ 1967; utgåvan 2006)

av S. E. Hinton

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Om rivaliserende ungdomsbander i USA i 1960'erne.
Titel:The Outsiders
Författare:S. E. Hinton
Info:Speak (2006), Edition: PLATINUM EDITION, Paperback, 208 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek


Outsiders av S. E. Hinton (1967)


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The story is based in the 90s, gang violence is erupt between the Socs and Greasers. It’s in Ponyboy Curtis perspective, he has just lost his parents. The story continues with his struggles as a gang. It’s a good book that enlightens the readers of what it’s like to be in a gang and how family is important. ( )
  andreawilliams12 | Mar 25, 2021 |
I first read The Outsiders when I was in the 7th grade, and it is still one of my favorite novels. The Outsiders is about the life of a 14-year-old boy named Ponyboy Curtis. This novel explores Ponyboy's struggles with right and wrong in a society in which he believes he is an outcast or "the outsider". Ponyboy is a "greaser", which is a term used to describe the young men on the East Side or more poor side of town, along with his two brothers and friends. The greasers' rivals are the "Socs" or the socials who are the "rich kids" that live on the West Side. The Outsiders allows the reader to step into Ponyboy's shoes and experience what is like to live with the divide of this rivalry. This novel is authentic, honest, heartfelt, and gritty and will keep you wanting to read more. The Outsiders does contain some mature material, such as death and violence, so I would recommend it to 7th grade and above. I desire to share this novel with my future students because of the many lessons it encompasses, especially bridging the gap between socioeconomic classes and the importance of loyalty.

"Stay Gold, Ponyboy, stay gold." ( )
  Madimurphy33 | Mar 23, 2021 |
This book is just as amazing the fourth time as it was the first. Hinton does an amazing job at world-building. Even if you know what happens, you're kept on the edge of your seat, waiting for the next part. Every time I reread it, I end up staying up far too late to finish it because I don't want to stop. The character development is phenomenal. I couldn't help but love all of the characters - even some of the socs! My heart breaks every time I read this book; it makes me realize just how short and precious life really is.

The ending is definitely one of the best ones I've ever read. It may even be the best. I love the way it ties into the beginning of the book. It's quite possibly the most unique endings I've discovered.

I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to everyone, and I wish teachers required students to read this at least once when they're in high school. ( )
  angeljmartin | Mar 12, 2021 |
I remembered really enjoying this book when I read it back in school. So when I started rereading it I worried it wouldn't hold up or mean as much to adult me now as it did to younger me. But, I'm so glad that it was just as wonderful a book to read now. Though maybe even more so because I understand so much more now then I did then.

Some of the things I loved was that Ponyboy would maybe observe something one way, but later would realize that he had been looking at things through a narrow lens. This evolution and growth in being able to see the world and others more complexly over time, by realizing connections and similarities previously not seen just felt so hopeful but still realistic.

I highly recommend this book to reads of any age old enough to understand the characters and story.

Also, I really enjoyed the bonus material at the end of my 50th Anniversary edition. I got to learn a lot of things about Hinton that I hadn't known before. ( )
  Sara_Cat | Mar 6, 2021 |
Despite bearing the hallmarks of its age, there's something quite compelling about this novel. No doubt it contains some casually racist language towards indigenous people and equally casual sexist views towards women, both of which merit greater discussion, however, there is much to be applauded in terms of depth and duality of characters and plain good storytelling. 35 years past my original read, I enjoyed it every bit as much though with a far more critical eye. ( )
  Zoes_Human | Mar 4, 2021 |
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I enjoyed the book the Outsiders. I liked this book because it shows two seperate societes(greaser and the socs) can make make people very divided. But the strange thing is is that some of the people from each group don't want to be either and are similar in their ideas. This wass shown best through Cherrry and Ponyboy. I reccomend this book to anyone who likes a good book
tillagd av acceleratedenglish | ändraStudent, Jack (Nov 10, 2011)
"The outsiders" was published in 1967, written by a 16 year old girl from US that was trying to write about the reality about teenagers on their hometowns.
Ponyboy Curtis is the principal character. A 14 year old guy from "Tulsa" with two older brothers named Sodapop and Darry. Their parents just died on an accident, they didn't had much money and were bullied and beaten by a group of rich guys.
Ponyboy and his brothers had a group with other two friends named Dallas Winston (Dally) and Johnny Cade. This group fight with the rich guys group.
Once, they were at the movies and met some girls that acted friendly with them and talked with them but whe they go out from the movies Ponyboy and the group find out that the girls had boyfriends and the boyfriends were part of the rich group..This meant MORE FIGHT!
My mood, or feeling for the story of the book changed when Johnny wanted to die and actually died.
I think sometimes be a criminal it's not something you want to do, sometimes it's an obligation.

*Madras: a light cotton fabric of various weaves especially one inmulticolored plaid or stripes, used in clothes. Noun. pg. 5
*Gallantly, adv: Smartly or boldly stylish. pg 39
*Shuddered, verb: To vibrate; quiver. pg 65
*Huddled, verb: To crowd together, as from cold or fear. pg 80
*Pleaded, verb: To appeal earnestly. pg 124
tillagd av juanita.gomez | ändrab, gomez.juanita
Ponyboy can count on his brothers. And on his friends. But not on much else besides trouble with the Socs, a vicious gang of rich kids whose idea of a good time is beating up "greasers" like Ponyboy. At least he knows what to expect—until the night someone takes things too far. Susan Eloise Hinton's acclaimed first novel, The Outsiders, was originally published in 1967 when she was a freshman in college and is as powerful now as it was then. She wrote it in response to a "greaser" friend of hers getting beaten up by a gang of "socs" and all the characters she says are "loosely based" on the people she knew growing up.
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