Book review on The Outsiders

The Book, The Outsiders, showed the struggles between rich and poor people. The two main groups of the story were the Socs and the greasers. The Socs are in the upper-class rich folks while the greasers are the poor ones that dislike the Socs because they have more money, better cars, and act like they are better than the greasers. The story follows two groups of teenagers, the “Greasers” and the “Socs”, whose bitter rivalry stems from social differences.
The Socs are rich people. They have an easy life filled with driving nice cars and wearing nice clothes. Most Socs or rich people think that they are the best and never put other people or others before themselves. They believe that they can do all they want to the people that are below them just like the Greasers because they are poor. This can relate to an average nine grader because some kids parents may not be so educated and make a lot of money so that they cannot provide for their children making them self conscious and nervous to even come to school because of their appearance and the fact that they have no money to afford cool things like cool up to date clothing, toys and other things that the rich people can afford. The socs brag and brag about what they have and what they do. The socs put themselves before anyone else and they don't care what happens to others.
The Greasers are poor people. They always have things hard. They have to work hard and long hours to provide for their families and themselves. The Greasers don't have a life. It can be very challenging and stressful. Many have to work long hours or have more than one job to buy food and provide for themselves or their families. Most can't afford to buy or get many materialistic things (clothes, cars, etc.) due to their lack of money and or knowledge. Things that poor people struggle with are money, school, and having a steady paying job, providing for their families, and staying away from drugs and gangs and other illegal things that could make them money (robbing/stealing/dealing drugs and prostitution) the greaser care about each other, unlike the socs the greaser will look after another and always like to help out. When the greasers look at a man or woman they just see it as a friend or like family.
The socs judge the greasers by their poorness by saying that they’re worth nothing Through observations of the socs of a man or woman in the gang who has obtained richness often are lacking in character and moral traits that make up a good man or woman. No matter how rich you or your parents or family are and no matter what kind of car you drive or the clothes that you wear or how you look, we all are truly equal and the same no matter what. So as you grow up, always tell the truth, do no harm to others, and don’t think you are the most important person on earth. Rich or poor, you then can look anyone in the eye and says I’m probably no better than you, but I’m certainly your equal.
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