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Eyes represent the way Ponyboy feels about certain characters! For example Darry has icy blue ices because Ponyboy feels least comfortable with him.
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For once, I actually recommend really reading this book...its pretty interesting
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Sodapop kinda acts like there mom.Darry kinda acts like the dad.
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