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The Outsiders. S. E. Hinton 1967. Conservative period Post-WWII Good economy Eisenhower “I Love Lucy” “Father Knows Best” “The Honeymooners” “Ozzy and Harriet” “Leave It to Beaver”. 1950s. American Politics.

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The outsiders

The Outsiders

S. E. Hinton

1967


1950s

Conservative period

Post-WWII

Good economy

Eisenhower

“I Love Lucy”

“Father Knows Best”

“The Honeymooners”

“Ozzy and Harriet”

“Leave It to Beaver”

1950s


American politics

American Politics

  • The president of the United States during the early 1960s was John F. Kennedy, Jr.

The President, or JFK as he was often known, was extremely popular and charismatic.

He brought a lot of optimism to the American public in the early years of his term. He worked for Civil Rights and for the disadvantaged.

He was assassinated in 1963 during a Presidential parade.


Society

America was a country in turmoil, dealing with the Civil Rights Movement as well as the beginnings of the Vietnam War.

The Vietnam War was met with great conflict at home. As the decade continued, many people became disillusioned with the actions of the government and protested their continued occupation of the then- Communist country.

The Civil Rights movement, which worked for equal rights for African-Americans gained strength throughout the 1950s and early 60s.

Martin Luther King Jr., a reverend from the American South, worked fervently for these rights. He advocated for non-violent protests and peaceful demonstrations.

Society


1960s

JFK President 1960-1963: Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam, NASA, assassinated

LBJ President 1963-1968: Civil Rights Act

MLK, Jr. & Malcolm X: civil rights movement

1969: Moon, Woodstock

Counter-culture, cultural revolution

Beat poets

Rock n’ roll

Rebel cinema

Hippies, psychedelic

Free speech, Chicano rights, antiwar movement, sexual revolution

1960s


S e hinton

S. E. Hinton

  • Oklahoma

  • 1948-today

  • 16 years old when wrote The Outsiders

  • Father died of cancer early

  • Friend was beaten up in school fight

  • Two cliques at school, Greasers and Socs


General setting

General Setting

  • The Outsiders presumably takes place in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where S. E. Hinton grew up.

  • We mostly see the East-side of the city, from the perspective of the Greasers.


Greasers v socials socs

GREASERS

Working class poor

East side

Community menace

Elvis

T-shirts and jeans

No car, T-Bird

Long, greased hair

SOCS

Wealthy

West side

Community trust

Beatles

Madras shirts/jackets

Mustangs

Semi-Beatles haircuts

Greasers v. Socials (Socs)


Fashion

Fashion

During the time period of the novel, Soc “types” would wear madras shirts and khakis. You can see an example of typical clothing below.

James Dean embodied the cultivated Greaser image. Leather jacket, jeans, white t-shirt and boots were typical of boys who emulated the free and uncontrolled lifestyle Dean seemed to live.

Madras Shirt

Cologne

Hair Grease


Greasers

Greasers


Greasers1

Hoodlums, hoods, juvenile delinquents, JDs

Smoke, weed-fiend, cancer stick

Heaters = guns

Fuzz = police

Greasers


Grease american graffiti happy days

Grease, American Graffiti, “Happy Days”

1974

1972

1973


The outsiders

Socs


The outsiders

Socs


Madras clothing

Madras Clothing

  • Lightweight cotton fabric with patterned texture, ideal for summer

  • Popular in 1960s


Drive ins

Drive-Ins

Watching movies at the drive-in theatre was a popular thing to do, especially for teenagers.

The car culture was a big part of society. You’ll notice that cars are often mentioned in the novel.


The outsiders

Cars

Ford Mustang, 1964-today (1964)

Chevrolet Corvair, 1960-1969 (1962)

Socs

Socs

Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray, 1963-1967 (1964)

Ford Thunderbird, 1955-2005 (1960)

Cherry Valance

Buck Merril


Paul newman

Paul Newman

  • Actor, rebel, handsome

  • The Hustler (1961)

  • Hud (1963)


Drive in restaurants

Drive-In Restaurants

These restaurants were a typical place to take a date. They are also where gangs would hang out.


Dx gas dairy queen tastee freez

DX Gas, Dairy Queen, Tastee Freez


1960s consumer products

1960s Consumer Products


The american dream

The American Dream

Happiness for the characters of The Outsiders was a girl, a car, some money, a strong group of friends, and probably an ice-cold bottle of soda.

How much has changed?


Literary allusion gone with the wind

Margaret Mitchell

1936 book

1939 film

Bestseller

American Civil War and Reconstruction

Gallant Southern gentlemen and belles

Literary Allusion:Gone With the Wind


Literary allusion great expectations

Charles Dickens

1861

British classic story of Pip, an orphan, who grows from a youth to adulthood

Literary Allusion:Great Expectations


Literary allusion robert frost

Literary Allusion:Robert Frost

  • Poet

  • 1874-1963

  • Rural New England

  • “The Road Not Taken”

  • “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”

  • “Nothing Gold Can Stay”


Nothing gold can stay

“Nothing Gold Can Stay”

  • Nature's first green is gold,Her hardest hue to hold.Her early leaf's a flower;But only so an hour.Then leaf subsides to leaf.So Eden sank to grief,So dawn goes down to day.Nothing gold can stay.


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