The novel then spends some time giving backround on the Greasers. It is what happens after the main problem of the story has been solved. Pony passes out from shock, weakness, and injuries sustained in the rumble. The Socs are wealthy, while the Greasers are poor. Johnny stabs a Soc named Bob, they rest of the Socs run away. Think about how you would feel if the story simply ended directly after the climax, at the height of the action.
The resolution is simply tying up any loose ends that may be left in the story. Johnny kills Bob in self-defense, and he and Pony go into hiding in a church in Windrixville. Pony realizes that he has an important story to tell, and that telling it might help others boys out there—boys like him and his friends. When Ponyboy gets home, Darry yells at him and slaps him. As a result, he constantly nags Pony about doing well in school and making good grades. Cherry Valance, a soc, tells Pony that things are rough all over.
And, despite how the way we tell stories has dramatically changed, the actual structure of plot - the sequence of events that comprise a story - has not really changed at all. Both Johnny and Ponyboy went into save the children that was trapped in the burning church. For our next example, let's take a look at The Godfather 1972, Francis Ford Coppola. But the story isn't over yet. The World- Was a conflict between Dally and the World because he thought that the world was out to get him.
Dally goes in and gets him out and all three of them go to the hospital in a ambulance. He takes them out to eat and informs them that the tension between the Socs and the Greasers has increased. Dally runs out of the hospital and Ponyboy goes home. Pony belongs to an eastside gang of poor teenagers, called the Greasers; their rivals are the Socs, the rich kids living on the west side of town. We have to see Luke and Han return to the rebel team and receive congratulations for their heroic efforts. All three of them are finally rushed to the hospital.
Summary: What is the Rising Action of a Story? Suddenly a blue Mustang pulls up near them. Ponyboy reveals that he isn't, in fact, delusional—he was just pretending he killed Bob in order to cope with the grief of losing Johnny. The climax was when Johnny,sadly, died. All of the drama and conflict has led to this point where we will determine if the hero will succeed or fail. Ponyboy writes this story down for an English class.
The next day their heroism is reported in the paper. Hinton Cliff Notes, Cliffs Notes, Cliffnotes, Cliffsnotes are trademarked properties of the John Wiley Publishing Company. The story revolves around two teenage lovers, Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters, who are cancer patients. The rumble between the Greasers and the Socs is still to occur as planned. He also insists that he's the one who killed Bob.
We meet Darry, Soda, Two-Bit, Johnny, and Dally. But, as we discuss in , something very important happens to him. While they are gone, tension mounts between the gangs. The novel ends as a tragic comedy. Pony is afraid that they are going to kill him and starts shouting for help.
The Greasers win, but Ponyboy suffers a head injury. Rising Action: With the help of Dally,Ponyboy and Johnny hide in an abandoned church. They are alike in many ways, and they are really good buddies with each other. One by one, as we intercut between Michael serving as godfather to his sister Connie's son, the rival New York Dons and Moe Greene from Vegas are violently killed. Then the falling action takes place, when these two characters win rewards and medals from Princess Leia for saving the day.