Changes Chapter 1, an outsiders fanfic | FanFiction
One of the most significant relationships in The Outsiders Straight away the reader learns that Ponyboy and Darry do not Their relationship is significant because many changes occur that really give depth to this novel. Pony and Darry have a difficult relationship. being a brother/friend to being a parent, and neither he nor Ponyboy were ready for that change. least 4 examples of their relationship from the beginning to the end of the story. Page #. Ponyboy and Darry's relationship – descriptions of their interactions.
I know that brother of yours. Two-Bit and Steve dropped me off at home since Steve had to work and Two-Bit had to watch his sister. I got my homework out of the way since I knew Darry'd ask if I got it done as soon as he walked in the door. I also got to work cleaning the house and fixing Darry's favourite for dinner: He was a pretty predictable guy, if you know what I mean. I knew if I got on his good side, Darry would be more likely to let me try out for track.
I was broken out of my thoughts by the phone ringing. I picked it up and it turned out to be Sodapop. Are you working late again?
I swear he's gonna lose his job here cause he barely ever shows up. Anyway, tell Darry I'll be back by nine, me and Steve are gonna work on the Thunderbird," The "Thunderbird" was the nickname Soda and Steve gave this old junker of a car they found in the junkyard a few weeks ago.
They were convinced they could get it up and running again, but Darry and I weren't so sure. As soon as Soda hung up, I ran into the kitchen to check the meatloaf I'd nearly forgotten about.
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Luckily, it wasn't burnt, and was actually done, so I turned on the oven to keep it warm. While I waited for Darry to get home, I mashed the potatoes and boiled the peas. I was just setting dinner on the table when I heard a familiar voice call, "Ponyboy, Sodapop, I'm home! You finish your homework, kid? I knew Darry despised it and would tell me off for being rude and he was right.
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Darry always liked to go over my homework so he could catch any mistakes I made and point them out to me so I could fix them. He looked over everything slowly and carefully, then said, "Not bad kid, not bad at all," I couldn't help but smile; it made me feel real good that my big brother approved of my answers.
You accidentally switched the answers for questions c and d," "Oops," I sighed. Thanks for cooking by the way," "You're welcome," I smiled. Oh, Soda called, he said he's working late and then he and Steve are gonna work on the Thunderbird. He'll be home by nine," "He'd better be, it's a work night," Darry sighed.
We sat down silently and helped ourselves to some supper. It was just us tonight, which was nice for a change. I mean don't get me wrong I love Sodapop and I love my friends but it's nice not to have to fight for second helpings.
We left a plate for Sodapop in the oven and I went to fix my homework. The history was easy to fix and I sighed at my own mistakes. The math was a little bit harder. I just couldn't figure out where I went wrong and kept getting the wrong answer no matter how many times I tried to fix it. I finally swallowed my pride and walked out to the living room to ask Darry for help. He was knee deep in bills as usual when I walked up to him. I cleared my throat and Darry looked up at me from the electric bill.
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God, I'm so stupid! I couldn't help it; it just hit me hard all of a sudden that Johnny and Dallas really were gone and it was all my fault. Darry pulled me onto his lap and started rocking me and gently running his fingers through my hair.
If it's anybody's fault, it's mine. I never should have hit you that night. There ain't no excuse for it and if I had just controlled my temper, this whole mess would never have happened," "But Darry," I sobbed. I came in late and I deserved it. I was acting like a baby over it. Just because you came in late doesn't mean you deserved to be hit.
Grounded maybe, but not hit; there is never an excuse to hit people, especially your family," I wiped my eyes and nose with the back of my sleeve. I forgive you for hitting me, Darry. I know you didn't mean it.
Those socs would have attacked Johnny and me another time if they didn't get us that night," "See, sometimes crappy stuff just happens and there ain't nothing we can do about it," Darry cracked one of his rare grins, "And thanks for forgiving me, little buddy.
Now, let's see what we can do about that math huh? Towards the end of the novel, Pony realizes that home is the best place to be and returns to his brothers, he also realizes that Darry does love and care for him, even though he doubted it not that long ago. Straight away the reader learns that Ponyboy and Darry do not really get along, however they have to make it work for the sake of their other brother SodaPop.
After Ponyboy is late home from the movies, at the beginning of the novel, Darry gets angry. Do you know what time it is? Darry is quite protective over Ponyboy which none of the characters realize until later on throughout the story. In the real world, teenagers often feel like their parents do not love or care for them because they insist on discipline.
But what teenagers do not realize is that discipline is enforced to protect them, not to limit the fun they have. This is what is happening in the situation with Darry and Pony.
Pony does not realize the only reason Darry is getting mad and enforcing these rules is because he cares, and wants to protect Pony.
During this fight that occurs between Pony and Darry, Darry gets so angry he hits Pony across the face. This results in Ponyboy running away from home, and Darry having extreme regrets for hitting his younger brother. Pony meets up with his friend Johnny in the park and the readers find out Johnny is not having the best time at home either.
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His eyes were huge. Which shows the readers that Darry made a mistake and does care that he really hurt his brother. The reader learns that Darry made a big mistake hitting his brother, but that he is not completely heartless because otherwise he would not of been so remorseful. In the real world, situations would occur like this in the homes of violent families, it is and will always be an ongoing problem.
Sometimes teenagers in the real world would react the same as Ponyboy did; run away. Probably the most unwise thing to do but in the situation he was in, Pony thought running away was best.
This part of Darry and Ponyboys relationship is a vital part of The Outsiders because it is the turning point in their relationship, and creates the problem or issue in this novel. The last, and most important part of this relationship between Darry and Pony occurs towards the end of the novel. Because Ponyboy comes to the realization, that his brother really does love and care for him, despite Pony thinking the complete opposite.