The boys must stick together if they are going to make it on their own — that is, without adult supervision. The story of Johnny's beating visibly upsets Cherry. In the days preceding the rumble, Cherry becomes a spy for the greasers. I could hardly stand it when he left school.
He is cocky and intelligent, tall and lean. Two-Bit persuaded them to let him drive them home, so they started to walk to his house to pick up his car. As they attempt to leave, they notice the church has caught fire and several local schoolchildren have become trapped inside.
He cannot go to the rumble because he was put in a reformatory for six months after robbing a liquor store. Cherry also says that she recognizes Sodapop from rodeos, and Ponyboy remarks that she is good at barrel racing.
Afterward, Pony and Dally hurry back to the hospital to see Johnny, but he dies moments later and a maniacal Dally runs out of the room. Three rings are on the hand of the Soc who beat Johnny. Although he is failing English, his teacher, Mr. Throughout the rest of the movie, Marcia and Two-Bit hit it off while Johnny, Ponyboy and Cherry sit quietly and enjoy the film.
I'd probably fall in love with him. The gang is defined again as family: Dally is so shocked that he leaves the theatre, and doesn't come back. A member of the Socs who tried to drown Ponyboy in the fountain. Ponyboy decides to write his English assignment about the recent events, and begins his essay with the opening line of the novel: The other greasers and Ponyboy get into an argument over his answer while Cherry and Marcia stayed silent.
Three Curtis brothers struggle to stay together. Finally, he reveals that Cherry has been acting as a "spy" for the greasers. Cherry thinks that the whole situation was her fault, and that she would testify that the Socs were drunk and looking for a fight when they attacked Ponyboy and Johnny.
Two-Bit asks her how the Socs are going to fight in the rumble, and she says it would be all fair; no weapons.
Steve knows everything about cars and specializes in stealing hubcaps. Dally Winston basically wants Johnny to be happy, because he is the only person in the world that he really cares for. Ponyboy says that she can see it well from the East Side, too.
Tension rises between the Socs and the greasers, and Cherry then reveals that she dislikes fights. One of them is Cherry's boyfriend, Bob, who pleads with the girls to forgive them for drinking. He puts the aspects of Bob that he saw together with the things that Cherry and Randy told him about their friend, and decides that Bob was cocky, quick to Cherry tells Ponyboy that her real name is Sherri, but she is called Cherry because of her hair coloring.
The world is not quite so black and white when the colors begin to cross lines. Cherry explains to Ponyboy that there was a side of Bob that not everybody saw that made you want to follow him. Though Johnny does not succeed in school, he approaches intellectual matters with steady concentration.
Cherry explains to Ponyboy that there was a side of Bob that not everybody saw that made you want to follow him. I'll tell you something, Ponyboy, and it may come as a surprise. Ponyboy noted that she has green eyes and left for home. The middle Curtis brother, 16 years old, a high school dropout who works at a gas station.
Ponyboy thinks to himself, admitting that Cherry is the only person besides Sodapop who could get him talking. One of the Socs wore several rings and the rings badly cut Johnny. Initially, she uses the color to describe Johnny at the drive-in when Two-Bit surprises him by sneaking up behind him and impersonating a Soc.To Pony, Cherry Valance typifies the perfect Soc girlfriend.
And she is, perhaps, until her boyfriend, Bob, is killed. Cherry, a cheerleader, attends the same high school as Ponyboy. A song that fits Cherry Valance and her personality is Amy Winehouse's "Love is a Losing Game." The lyrics of this song lament the hardship of loving someone, and after losing Bob, Cherry Valance.
Sherri "Cherry" Valance: Bob's girlfriend, attends the same high school as Ponyboy. Robert "Bob" Sheldon: Cherry's boyfriend who is stabbed and killed by Johnny. Randy Adderson: A friend of Bob's and Marcia's boyfriend.
Marcia: Cherry's best friend and Randy's girlfriend. Paul Holden: Darry's old friend from high school.
Give your opinion of Cherry saying, " if I see you in the hall at school or someplace and don't say hi, well, it's not personal " Explain the reasons for your point of view.
When Cherry said what she said, it kind of proved that Socs think that they are better than greasers which is shame because they are pretty much the same as the greasers.
Poor Little Rich GirlSherri "Cherry" Valance, a girl from a wealthy family (and the girlfriend of a Soc named Bob), is the biggest female character in The Outsiders. In "Setting" and Ponyboy's "Cha. Get everything you need to know about Cherry Valance in The Outsiders.
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