His real name is Sodapop Curtis
If you are referring to sodapop from the outsiders his best friend is Steve Randall
if you mean main character probably Darry ponyboy and sodapops older brother
Sodapop Curtis. If you read the book you would know that Sodapop Curtis is on his birth certificate.
No, they are the names of the characters. In the outsiders ponyboy mentions that his and his brother sodapops name are real, even on their birth certificates. Sodapops nickname was pepsi cola. the gang members don't call him by that nickname, only his dad did. :)
To own a horse he had a horse for a while at the stables he worked at but it wasn't really his horse the horses name was Micky mouse but Micky mouse was sold and ponyboy tried to buy him back for sodapop but he was to much so sodapops dream was to own a horse of his own
The horses name was Mickey Mouse and he wasnt sodapops he was a different persons . they sold him . Ponyboy tried to buy him back but they didnt have enough money .
sodapop thinks he is dumb droped out of school , works at a gas station He is kind honest cheery understanding reckless and enjoys life
Sodapop Patrick Curtis.
he was in the middle and he didnt like it
It's where you go to buy civil war snacks and sodapops.
Sodapop is a lovable young man. He is a kind, enjoyable, youthful high-spirited person who loves life and people. He is very unselfish and responsible, evidenced by his actions of dropping out of school to help take care of his family. In general Sodapop is a bright beautiful person. -Jade-Isabelle(student)
sodapop fights for fun"its action, its a contest. like a drag race"-sodapop
I think it was handwritten by someone who worked on the movie.
Mickey Mouse was Sodas horse. mickey mouse is sodapops horse that got sold by the owner. mickey mouse was soda's horse. He didn't actually own him, but he rode him all the time. then mickey mouse was sold and soda was heartbroken. he loved that horse
pony is really close to his older brother soda then he is to his oldest brother darry. He feels he can talk to soda about anything and not get a harsh or mean comment thrown back at him. At the beginning of the book Darry and Pony were not at all close, but by the end of the book they get kind of close, but not to close like what pony is with soda.
In The Outsiders, the greasers would be considered the outsiders. They were not popular or thought of as regular members of society.