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Sodapop falls asleep and leaves Ponyboy awake to wonder.The next day, Johnny and Ponyboy meet up with Dally at a lampost, and the three goof around for awhile before heading to the drive-in.
This aspect of his character evolves throughout the story into maturity.Sodapop runs to check up on Ponyboy and makes sure he is okay.Then the rest of the greasers return and the seven chat for a bit.He is more compassionate than some of the other greasers, piting the socs several times in the novel and questioning the purpose of fighting between the two social classes. He is followed and jumped by a group of socs(the rich gang from the other side of town), who threaten to cut him up.He is also willing to help others, as shown when he runs into the burning church to save the schoolchildren, or when he picks up broken glass bottle pieces off the ground so that a car doesn't get a flat tire. Ponyboy struggles to escape the socs' clutches and gets cut in the process.The three sneak in and sit down behind two soc girls, whom Dally harrasses until Johnny tells him to back off.
Dally storms out and Ponyboy and Johnny befriend the two soc girls, named Cherry and Marcia.
After The Outsiders, Ponyboy is featured in That was Then, This is Now, another book by S. He is then suddenly rescued by the rest of his gang, who chase the socs away.
Darry asks Ponboy if he is alright, to which Ponyboy, through in reality shaken up, answers yes.
Ponyboy Michael Curtis is the narrator and protagonist of the 1967 novel The Outsiders, and its 1983 film adaption. His parents were killed in an automobile accident just eight months before The Outsiders story takes place.
Ponyboy is a fourteen-year old greaser who lives with his two older brothers, Sodapop and Darry on the lower-class east side of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Ponyboy, like Sodapop, is under Darry's legal custody and must stay out of trouble in order to remain with him.