Randy showed Ponyboy that Socs feel things, too. His nervousness comes as a result of being beaten up by the Socs since the incident Johnny has always kept a watchful eye and carries a pocket knife in his back pocket in case the Socs attack him. In the group Johnny is quiet. Saving the children turned him into a hero, but ultimately cost him his life. And I finally began like this: When I stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, I had only two things on my mind: Paul Newman and a ride home. After the Greasers heroically win, he tells Ponyboy that they should get to the hospital to visit the severely injured Johnny.
Their lives are worth more than mine, they have more to live for. Extroverted Sensing Se : Johnny resorts to sports such as football to blow off steam when his life gets to be too much for him. The Greasers Dallas Winston is the toughest and meanest of the Greasers. Ponyboy is artistic and smart. Steve views Ponyboy as a tag-along, little kid. If we don't have each other, we don't have anything. It would've been very hard for him to live with himself if he hadn't tried to help and the kids had then died.
He made the courageous decision that it was time to turn himself in to police. Johnny came to the conclusion that being afraid and running away was not going to give him the life he wanted. He comes from an abusive home and has only felt wanted and loved by his Greaser friends. Johnny needs to follow in the footsteps of someone in his life and Dally, his hero, is the one he chooses. After Bob's death, Randy is tired of the violence and does not show up for the rumble even though he is afraid that he will be called a 'chicken' by the other Socs. Johnny stay behind and later Pony boy returns saying that Darry slapped him.
That caused Johnny to carry a just-in-case pocketknife at all times. After being involved in so much violence, it probably made him feel clean and new, at least to some degree. Marcia is Randy's girlfriend and Cherry's best friend. He is best known for his great acting in movies, such as: Pirates of the caribbean, Charlie and the chocolate factory, The secret Window, Edward Scissorhands, Sweeney Todd, Public Enemies, etc. Dallas was also treated poorly by his father which contributed to his toughness. While they try to drown Pony boy, Johnny kills one with his switch blade.
He had big black eyes in a dark tanned face; his hair was jet-black and heavily greased and combed to the side, but it was so long that it fell in shaggy bangs across his forehead. Johnny was sensitive and Dally was hard. Johnny knew saving those kids was a great choice that he does not have to regret because he knew is he died, he would die gallant. Johnny's Sense Of Worth Johnny saved the kids because it was the right thing to do. I don't think he knows. Even after bowing to the inevitable, Johnny makes a last-ditch effort to make things better: for his best friend, Ponyboy, and for his hero, Dally.
Personality Johnny is very quiet, not getting in the way so very often. Ponyboy realizes this truth after Johnny's death. Johnny doesn't realize that his parents' abuse really had little to do with who he is, and more to do with who his parents are. Johnny Cade Johnny Cade is a vulnerable sixteen-year-old greaser in a group defined by toughness and a sense of invincibility. The same ones that had jumped Johnny during the summer. Can we say if one human life is worth more than another? Johnny takes immediate action by leading the way for Ponyboy. Ponyboy believes that without his friends, Johnny would never have known what love and affection are.
Chapter 1-Page 11- last paragraph: Smaller than the rest of the gang, but with a slight build. Overview Dally is a tough guy who hangs out with Johnny and Ponyboy. Johnny Cade realized the good of life, learning from his past, and just accepting the things that have occurred to him. He works as a roofer. He is good-looking, smart, and athletic.
He comes from an abusive home, and he takes to the greasers because they are his only reliable family. Their friends think that Johnny should lay low for a while to get himself out of trouble. At the beginning of the story, Johnny was so hopeless that he was on the verge of committing suicide. There's still lots of good in the world. When you're a kid everything's new, dawn. Hinton developed relatable characters in The Outsiders for both sides of the socioeconomic spectrum that learn through the course of the novel that they have more in common with each other than they initially thought.
Johnny is skinny, not weak and sickly, but stong and wiry. He later meets the girls boy friends who take the girls away. Likewise, Johnny is also decisive in his actions. Johnny Cade is the ''pet'' of the group. Johnny's Transformation After Bob's murder, as Johnny and Ponyboy hid out at the church in Windrixville for nearly a week, Johnny had a chance to reflect.