the outsiders



50 years of a famous work of art! This worldwide smash hit and motivation for a dearest film is a chivalrous story of kinship and having a place. 

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Nobody at any point said life was simple. Yet, Ponyboy is almost certain that he has things sorted out. He realizes that he can rely on his siblings, Darry and Sodapop. Also, he realizes that he can rely on his companions—genuine companions who might do anything for him, similar to Johnny and Useless. Yet, not on much else other than issue with the Socs, a horrible group of rich children whose thought of a happy time is thrashing on "greasers" like Ponyboy. Basically he realizes what's in store—until the night somebody takes things excessively far. 

The outsiders is an emotional and suffering work of fiction that laid the foundation for the YA classification. S. E. Hinton's exemplary story of a kid who ends up on the edges of ordinary society stays as amazing today as it was the day it was first distributed. 

"The Pariahs changed youthful grown-up fiction from a sort generally about prom sovereigns, football players and secondary school smashes to one that depicted a hazier, more genuine world." — The New York Times 

"Tight with strain, loaded up with show." — The Chicago Tribune 

"[A] exemplary transitioning book." — Philadelphia Day by day News 

A New York Envoy Tribune Best Teen Book 

A Chicago Tribune Book World Spring Book Celebration Honor Book 

An ALA Best Book for Youthful Grown-ups 

Champ of the Massachusetts Youngsters' Book Grant

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