The Outsiders Hardcover educational edition

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Teen rivalry transforms lives in urban landscape.

"The Outsiders" is a powerful journey through the complexities of adolescence magnified by social divides. It's more than just a story about rivalry; it's a lesson in loyalty, the pains of growing up, and finding unity amidst chaos. The raw emotions and the authenticity of the characters make it a timeless novel that continues to resonate with young readers, encouraging deep discussion and reflection. Plus, there's the bonus of comparing it to Coppola's classic film adaptation—a perfect avenue for fans of literature and cinema alike.

The Outsiders Hardcover educational edition

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ISBN: 9781405863957
Estimated First-hand Retail Price: $33.23
Authors: S.E. Hinton
Publisher: Pearson Education
Date of Publication: 2007-01-01
Format: Hardcover
Goodreads rating: 4.12
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According to Ponyboy you’re either a Greaser or a Soc. Coming from the wrong side of town, he’s a Greaser and his high school rivals are the Socs – the kids who have the money, the attitude and can get away with anything. The Socs love to spend their time beating up the Greasers, but Ponyboy and his friends know what to expect and stick together. But one night someone goes to far, and Ponyboy’s world begins to crumble. What are the themes? Growing up, friendship, rivalry, loyalty, urban life. Teaching points Powerful themes and skilfully drawn characters will engage young readers and provoke discussion. Feature film version directed by Francis Ford Coppolla provides opportunities for media work.
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Teen rivalry transforms lives in urban landscape.

"The Outsiders" is a powerful journey through the complexities of adolescence magnified by social divides. It's more than just a story about rivalry; it's a lesson in loyalty, the pains of growing up, and finding unity amidst chaos. The raw emotions and the authenticity of the characters make it a timeless novel that continues to resonate with young readers, encouraging deep discussion and reflection. Plus, there's the bonus of comparing it to Coppola's classic film adaptation—a perfect avenue for fans of literature and cinema alike.