As he lies dying in Chapter 9, Johnny Cade speaks these words to Ponyboy. “Stay gold” is a reference to the Robert Frost poem that Ponyboy recites to Johnny when the two hide out in the Windrixville Church. One line in the poem reads, “Nothing gold can stay,” meaning that all good things must come to an end.
Beside this, what page did dally die in the outsiders?
Dally's dying in a circle of light is intensely symbolic. Light is often connected with enlightenment. Dally knew what he wanted after the death of Johnny: He wanted to die. He pulled an unloaded gun in order to force the police to shoot him.
How does Johnny die in the book the outsiders?
Hinton's The Outsiders, Johnny died a hero because he ran into a burning church, without thinking twice, to save young children he had never met before who were stuck inside. He was severly burned and injured while doing so. He and Dally were able to save all of the children, but Johnny died later on in the hospital.
What chapter is Bob killed in the outsiders?
Johnny's knife is all bloody.
Pony throws up and just can't believe that Johnny killed Bob. Johnny says that they were about to beat him up like they did last time and he couldn't let them. When he stabbed Bob, all Bob's friends ran away.
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