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I ribelli (1967)

di S. E. Hinton

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The struggle of three brothers to stay together after their parent's death and their quest for identity among the conflicting values of their adolescent society.
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“Stay gold, Ponyboy, stay gold.”
― S.E. Hinton, The Outsiders

One of my all time favorites. My book group recently had this as a pick..figured it would be fun to go down classic lane and it was. ( )
  Thebeautifulsea | Aug 6, 2022 |
I love this book!
I remember reading it in highschool although I don't remember loving it as much as I do now. This is actually a recent re-read for me as I found an extremely battered copy in a donation of books last year & read it on a whim & fell in love with it. Unfortunately it was way too battered to actually keep (that former student had actually burnt their copy). Then wouldn't you know it? I found the copy I just finished reading in the Narrogin op shop last year (with the exact same cover I had!) with the name of, I'm assuming, a former NSHS student. Shame on you JR of P4 for getting rid of your copy of such an awesome book & thankyou at the same time lol!
Ponyboy, Sodapop (yes that is their real names) & Darry Curtis are greasers from the wrong side of town, constantly at war with the Socs, the law and society in general. One night after a good fight with Darry, Ponyboy runs away & gets tangled up in events that change him forever....
Did I say I love this book? Well, I do. It's one of those books that you love so much it's a bit hard to articulate what you love so much about it but I'll have a go.
The first thing that stands out about this book are the descriptions which are so vivid. The story is also really relatable. I'm pretty sure everyone could relate to it on one level or another. The story goes along at a cracking rate & the climax moments hit you right in the guts. The writing isn't exactly lyrical but its clear & straight to the point which is probably why teachers the world over are still putting this in the curriculum. Pony's narration makes it all the more real with his vulnerability as well. This is going on my favourites shelf for sure.
1 vota leah152 | Jul 29, 2022 |
This is great! Kids today ought to read this one. I wished I read this on my earlier years.. ( )
  Emmie199x | Jul 25, 2022 |
Please don't misinterpret the star rating--this book is wonderful. It's just that I relate to it in a different way years later than when I first read it. This book is apparently required reading in some schools now, which is terrific. A lot of kids are going to see themselves in this, and I'm so relieved by the thought. They're going to feel less alone. I first read this book when I was twelve and I adored it. I remember thinking that fourteen was so old, and Ponyboy was so cool, and that anything older than fourteen was just unimaginable. I drank in Ponyboy's vivid descriptions of his friends, his surroundings, his life and especially how he described the sunrise in the church. That was my favorite passage in the whole book, that paragraph, for decades. My dad acted like Darry, and I wished I had a Sodapop to stand up for me. The deaths in this book always made me so sad, and I always found the ending weird. I read this often, and tried to memorize parts of it. This lasted until I was fourteen. Then, it was a good book to read once in awhile. After I turned fifteen or so, I still spoke highly of the book but never picked it up until now.

It's likely both a combination of my age and life experience that have me relating to this book differently. I couldn't be more different in circumstance than these boys if I tried. I've never had to make decisions like that, nor lived with the fears they do. I've always been able to think on my future, whereas the characters in this novel have to stay so much in the present that it's exhausting. When I first read this as a teenager, a dozen times, I identified of course with Ponyboy and wished I could someday be as cool as Dally. Cherry Valance had the last name of my best friend, but was otherwise unremarkable for me. As an adult, my opinion changed drastically. I can't -stand- Cherry Valance. She's sixteen, and flirts with someone who's newly fourteen! That's a huge maturity gap at that age. Find someone--oh, you have a pushy boyfriend a year older than you. That makes it totes okay. Not. But the thing that jumped out the most: she turns pale and shaky when Dallas is harassing her; throws a soda he buys her, in his face; and snaps at him. Then...after he leaves her alone, she says she could fall in love with him. YOU WERE SCARED OF HIM AND THREW SODA IN HIS FACE. And she goes back and forth between the two social groups--I get why. She felt she was responsible for a tragedy, and was trying to prevent another. I'm not frustrated. It was just so weird. Probably because of how the book was written.

I'm glad the book has the positive impact that it does. I hope it continues to be successful. ( )
  iszevthere | Jul 3, 2022 |
okay, I definitely recall HATING this book with a passion in school. I could not understand why people liked it and I argued with my mother about reading it saying it was a stupid book. When we moved and it was on the reading list for the next school year, I recall being placed into a different English class purely because I didn't want to read this and Huckleberry Finn a second time.

Now 15-20 years later, I don't understand the hatred I had for this book. I guess opinions change with age and the circumstances surrounding you.
  FrontierGirl | Jul 3, 2022 |
I enjoyed the book the Outsiders. I liked this book because it shows two seperate societes(greaser and the socs) can make make people very divided. But the strange thing is is that some of the people from each group don't want to be either and are similar in their ideas. This wass shown best through Cherrry and Ponyboy. I reccomend this book to anyone who likes a good book
aggiunto da acceleratedenglish | modificaStudent, Jack (Nov 10, 2011)
"The outsiders" was published in 1967, written by a 16 year old girl from US that was trying to write about the reality about teenagers on their hometowns.
Ponyboy Curtis is the principal character. A 14 year old guy from "Tulsa" with two older brothers named Sodapop and Darry. Their parents just died on an accident, they didn't had much money and were bullied and beaten by a group of rich guys.
Ponyboy and his brothers had a group with other two friends named Dallas Winston (Dally) and Johnny Cade. This group fight with the rich guys group.
Once, they were at the movies and met some girls that acted friendly with them and talked with them but whe they go out from the movies Ponyboy and the group find out that the girls had boyfriends and the boyfriends were part of the rich group..This meant MORE FIGHT!
My mood, or feeling for the story of the book changed when Johnny wanted to die and actually died.
I think sometimes be a criminal it's not something you want to do, sometimes it's an obligation.

*Madras: a light cotton fabric of various weaves especially one inmulticolored plaid or stripes, used in clothes. Noun. pg. 5
*Gallantly, adv: Smartly or boldly stylish. pg 39
*Shuddered, verb: To vibrate; quiver. pg 65
*Huddled, verb: To crowd together, as from cold or fear. pg 80
*Pleaded, verb: To appeal earnestly. pg 124
aggiunto da juanita.gomez | modificab, gomez.juanita
Ponyboy can count on his brothers. And on his friends. But not on much else besides trouble with the Socs, a vicious gang of rich kids whose idea of a good time is beating up "greasers" like Ponyboy. At least he knows what to expect—until the night someone takes things too far. Susan Eloise Hinton's acclaimed first novel, The Outsiders, was originally published in 1967 when she was a freshman in college and is as powerful now as it was then. She wrote it in response to a "greaser" friend of hers getting beaten up by a gang of "socs" and all the characters she says are "loosely based" on the people she knew growing up.
aggiunto da kthomp25 | modificaSyndetics

» Aggiungi altri autori (40 potenziali)

Nome dell'autoreRuoloTipo di autoreOpera?Stato
Hinton, S. E.autore primariotutte le edizioniconfermato
Illum, PerIllustratoreautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Keson, Britt-KatrinCompositoreautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Picoult, JodiIntroduzioneautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Plesner, MetteProgetto della copertinaautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Steinhöfel, AndreasTraduttoreautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
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