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The Outsiders, published in 1967.

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SE. Hinton wrote The Outsiders book at the age of16. She got her information from a group at her school, and some research. This book mostly is about teenagers struggles. In school SE. Hinton was a tomboy and played football with the guys. She did not feel that she wanted to be in any group in school. The Greasers do not have the same names as the people in the book though. SE. Hinton is a girl and put the name SE Hinton so that men too would also read the book without knowing it was wrote by a girl. SE. Hinton wrote many other books besides The Outsiders. This is a great book and I personally think that many people should read it!


No Jodi Piccoult wrote the introduction for one of SE Hintons books


The book The Outsiders is by S.E. Hinton.


It took S.E Hinton 2 years I believe. She wrote her first novel when she was Sixteen.


First of all, S.E. Hinton is a female!


No! SE hinton wrote this book when she was just 17 years old, she was friends with a greaser, but the events of this story are fictional.


many people would not read the Outsiders if they knew a woman wrote it. Most people would assume the author was a man if signed with S.E. Hinton.


S.E Hinton wrote The Outsiders when she was 16 years old and was still in high school, Then the book got published in 1967.


S.E Hinton is a very well-known author who wrote a lot of books including: The Outsiders, That Was Then, This Is Now, and others.



Yes, she is still alive.F.Y.I. her name is SE Hinton because she tough that boys would not be interested in reading her book if it was written by a woman


S.E. Hinton said that Soda goes to Vietnam in the war and dies there.


what is the rising action of the book of the outsiders by se hinton]


SE Hinton goes by that name because her publishers did not want the people who were going to buy it that she was a girl. They thought that the people thought that she wouldn't know how to describe fights, being a girl, so they just put SE Hinton on the book.


SE Hinton wrote the outsiders about greasers and socs.She wanted to show us how the socs were just misunderstood rich kids,and how the greasers were just misunderstood poor tough kids.


In the back of my book there are a bunch of Q&A questions with SE Hinton, and she said that she wrote it based on a true story, something that she saw happen in her neighborhood or something like that.


The author S.E Hinton used S.E. instead of her real name so that boys would not know it was a girl that wrote the book because she thought that people would not read it because a girl wrote it.


No, SE Hinton is not related to Nigel Hinton.


S.E Hinton stands for Susan Ellan Hinton.


SE Hinton used a pseudonym because she was a female and her book seemed to be written from a guy's perspective. She used a pseudonym to hide her identity so she would be taken seriously as a writer.


Eloise. SE Hinton's full name was Susan Eloise Hinton.


SE Hinton started the Outsiders when she was 15 years old. Your welcome โ˜บ


Author SE Hinton had one sibling, a younger sister named Beverly.


Hinton says she is a character writer.


S.E. Hinton wrote the outsiders when she was 16 and had it published when she was 17.nope my Language Arts teacher told me that she wrote it when she was 16. i might have been pubished at 18 or 17, but she defitnatley wrote it when she was 16.It even says in the back of the book that S.E. Hinton wrote it when she was sixteen years old, though the back of the movie case says she wrote it when she was fifteen, someone always finds a flaw.Um...actually she began to write it at the age of fifteen to be more specific and she did the majority of the work at the age of sixteen. By that way, thank you for the AWESOME answer because I needed that too.



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