How does Johnny kill Bob in the outsiders?

How does Johnny kill Bob in the outsiders?

Johnny and Ponyboy fled, but were caught near a fountain. Johnny was pushed to the ground, and then the Socs dunked Ponyboy multiple times in the fountain, and he almost drowned. Johnny then pulled out his switchblade and stabbed Bob, killing him.

Should Johnny have killed Bob?

for the murder of Bob? Johnny realized that the Socs that were approaching him and Ponyboy were the Socs that had beat Johnny up in the past. When Bob was drowning Ponyboy, Johnny was just scared. Johnny killed Bob out of fear so, he should not be held accountable for his death.

Why did dally take Johnny’s death the hardest?

Why did Dally take Johnny’s death much harder than the rest of the gang, even Pony. Dally only loved one thing and that thing was Johnny. Why do you think Pony was worried he did not ask for Darry when he was sick. He meant he thought he might have hurt Darry’s feelings.

Why did Johnny accept his death so peacefully?

Why did Johnny accept his death so peacefully? Johnny accepted his death so peacefully because he got to die saving the little children from the church fire.

Who got Sandy pregnant in the outsiders?

Sandy, Sodapop’s girlfriend, gets pregnant and moves to Florida with her grandmother. Sodapop writes to her, but his letters return unopened.

Who does ponyboy say killed Bob Why?

Johnny tells Ponyboy that he (Johnny) killed Bob because the Socs were going to drown Ponyboy and beat up Johnny. Desperate and terrified, Ponyboy and Johnny hurry to find Dally Winston, the one person they think might be able to help them.

Who does ponyboy tell Randy was the person who killed Bob?

At this pronouncement, Ponyboy erupts, “I had the knife. I killed Bob.” Randy is confused but continues to correct Pony and assure him that Johnny killed Bob. Pony repeats, “Johnny is not dead.” Darry rescues Randy from this scene and tells him that he must go.

What does Darry call ponyboy at the end of Chapter 11?


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