When did S.E. Hinton start writing?
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She started writing in 3rd grade.
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Answer . Susan Eloise Hinton wouldn't usually mind being asked anything. She dislike on inparticular thing, when she was asked about her boyfriends. Her boyfriends were socials and usually didn't tell her greaser friends. So mind this if you ever talk to her..
The primary occupation for S.E. Hinton is being a writer. She ismost famous for her book The Outsiders, and has also writtenseveral other books.
The "Greasers" aren't in with the other crowds, they are a group that is known for having bad families and being poor and aggressive or violent. Nobody really accepts them, other than a choice few. (Not accepted)
She wrote it for herself while she was in high school. She wrote it in anger about the tow rival groups at her school.
Books by S.E. Hinton: . The Outsiders . Rumble Fish . That Was Then, This Is Now . Tex . Taming the Star Runner . Hawkes Harbor . Some of Tim's Stories . Big David, Little David . The Puppy Sister . Rumble Fish, Taming the Star Runner, The Puppy Sister
Some people say yes and some say no. The really answer is that no one really knows for sure if she is. The one thing that i can tell you is that she writes amazing books. One example is the most famous book "The Outsiders"
no because she didnt want to over do it so people would remember it as a good book
She has yet to die. She is still alive otherwise it would mention a birthdate.
Bryon calls the police after he learns that Mark has been selling drugs. Then Mark is sent to a reformatory where Bryon comes to visit him. Then Mark says that he hates Bryon and that once he gets out he will never see Bryon again.
She was motivated by the other students in her school. She observedthe "socs" and the greasers first hand.
she fears that people will not like her books if they are known to be published by a woman. people think that women can not write good books. that's why she uses her annitails. to be more spasific she also fears= spiders traveling her family falling apart and publicity
S. E. Hinton was seventeen and still in high school when she wrote The Outsiders.
i really don't know, but would love to find out. so answer the question smart peoples!!! thank you! :] ^Hey umm please dont comment if you dont know
There are several major themes in The Outsiders , main ones being gang rivalry, family, and identity. Minor concerning stereotyping and relationships.
S.E. Hinton wrote Young Adult Fiction . She called herself the voice of the youth. "What type of writer is S.E. Hinton?" you ask? Why, my good friend, she is a good one!
She was actually fifteen when she first began it. It was the yearshe was sixteen and a junior in high school that she did themajority of the work (that year she made a D in creative writing).One day a friend of hers was walking home from school and these"nice" kids jumped out of a car and beat him u…p because they didn'tlike his being a greaser. This made her mad and she just went homeand started pounding out a story about this boy who was beaten upwhile he was walking home from the movies--the beginning of TheOutsiders. She was just something to let off steam. She didn't haveany grand design. She just sat down and started writing it. ( Full Answer )
Yes, S.E. Hinton is married to David Inhofe. The couple married in the summer of 1970.
She saw that exact thing when she was a kid. They were even called Socs and Greasers!
my name is Samantha rose Hinton my moms name is Joyce and my dads name is mike my sisters name is Julia and and one of my brother name is Joshua and the other one name is Caleb and my best friends are Emilee Smith Alexander kadair but not Linda Tyler Shy and Lexy king , and others all the other ones… names are not named because there are to many to count. this note is by Samantha Rose Hinton ( Full Answer )
she is a beautiful young girl who loves to play with her friends and hang out by Samantha hinton
S.E. Hinton writes from a male point of view because the Outsiders was inspired by the story of one of her male friends.
her dad was diagnosed with cancer so she wrote the book when she was in high school and she got the ideas from kids and gangs at her high school.
Susan Eloise Hinton over came writers block by her husband suggesting that she write two pages a day before leaving the house. I hope this helps you!
the outsiders, tex, rumble fish, tameing the star runner, and that was then and this is now
she lived a very simple life until she reached her teens and every book seemed boring to her and when her father developed cancer it helped her to cope with it to write stories.
Yes, she wrote the poem "I Remember Marty". I don't remember exactly what the poem was about, but I do remember I really like it. I think I read it around the 8th grade.
She was 15 or 16 years old. The same year that she wrote the book, she flunked her creative writing class. Ironic (btw, best book ever!)
She didn't want her audienes' thoughts on her books to be influenced by her gender.
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.
She is the youngest publisher so she is famous and she is also rich like a millionaire.
Spring/Summer. Because the end of the book is of Ponyboy writing his end of the term theme (which is actually the whole book). Therefore, school is coming to an end for Pony. School usually ends in June. But I believe that in the begin of Pony's story, it's around Spring time.
I think the font used in The Outsiders is Times New Roman. Just a guess:)
one of her friends that was a greaser got jumped by the "good" guys (the wealthy kids) on his way home from school. When she found out she got very mad and then she wrote the story The Outsiders about that. she mostly wrote the story to just blow off some steam.
Because she relates to teens. She helps them with her books. Tells them there is a rebal side to life.
the boys are in a gang fight Johnny stabs a rival gang member Bob and he dies. The boys hid in an abandoned church. they decide to turn themselves in and then see that a church is on fire and several kids are trapped inside.They try to save the kids but a large piece of burning wood falls on Johnny …and breaks his back. johnny is then going to be charged with manslaughter. Dally and Ponyboy visit Johnny again, where he dies in front of their eyes. Dally is overwhelmed and runs out of the hospital. Soon after, Darry and the others get a phone call from Dally, who has robbed a grocery store. The boys run out to find him, but the police are chasing him. Dally pulls out an unloaded gun that he only used as a bluff. Not knowing this, the police shoot him down. The boys realize that Dally couldn't bear to live without Johnny. Ponyboy faints and stays sick and delirious for nearly a week. While recovering at home, he convinces himself that Johnny is not dead and that he is the one who killed Bob. When Ponyboy goes back to school, his grades drop dramatically. He begins to run into things and forget things. Although he is failing English, his teacher says he will pass him if he writes a decent theme. Ponyboy reads the copy of Gone with the Wind that Johnny gave to him before dying. In the pages, he finds a note from Johnny describing how he will die proudly after saving the kids from the fire. Johnny also urges Ponyboy to "stay gold," by which he means to stay the way he is and follow his dreams. With this in mind, Ponyboy decides to write his English assignment about everything that has happened recently in his life, and it is hinted that the novel itself is Ponyboy's English assignment. He begins with the same sentence with which the book began: "When I stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, I had only two things on my mind: http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Paul_Newman and a ride home..." ( Full Answer )
IN the MOVIE: Diane Lane as Sherry "Cherry" Valance Leif Garrett as Bob Sheldon Darron Dalton as Randy Adderson Michelle Meyrink as Marcia IN the BOOK: Sherry "Cherry" Valance (likes Ponyboy and Bob's girlfriend) Bob Sheldon (dies and Cherry's boyfriend) Randy Adderson (Bob's friend and Marcia's …boyfriend) Marcia (likes Two-Bit and Randy's girlfriend) ( Full Answer )
According to shmoop.com, "Randy is Marcia's boyfriend, as well as Bob's best friend and partner in crime. He probably participated in the beating of Johnny, and certainly in the violence against other Greasers. When Bob is stabbed by Johnny in the park, Randy runs off with his friends, leaving Bob's… bleeding body behind. But, Bob's death does change Randy, at least a little. Like Cherry, he tells the truth about what happened that night, and he makes several efforts to communicate with Pony. Randy's not a major character, but he does have an impact on the events and the outcome of the story. For example, suppose he had lied, and said that Ponyboy was the aggressor or something like that. If he had been believed, Pony could have been charged in Bob's murder, and he might have been separated from his family. By telling the truth, Randy shows support for Pony and helps keep Pony's life from getting any harder. He also gains some much-needed integrity." ( Full Answer )
Her boyfriend wouldn't let her suck his pee-pee until she finished up The Outsiders. True life.
She usually writes about teenagers because she never had any good teenager books growing up and now she writes really good books for teenagers.
The Outsiders. She made the book into a movie and Francis Ford Coppola directed it. It starred Matt Dillon, Tom Cruise, Patrick Swayze.
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She said she wanted to show how kids in her day were separated between social groups; so it was based off of her teenage life. She was a tom-boy and the group of kids she hung out with would've been considered "Greasers"
susan eloise shortened her name to s.e.hinton so that boys would not know the author was female. IT SAYS IN HER BIOGRAPHY.
Having gone to Rogers at the same time as Susie and growing up during that era, I know that females were not considered capable of writing serious works like The Outsiders. She didn't really have a choice in order to get it published.
S.E. Hinton wrote this book because she was inspired by the two gangs or groups in her high school.
She based the characters on her friend who got beaten up by two high schoolers
Susan inspires peaple because she writes story's that are realistic and things that are so so true.
How old was S.E. Hinton when she first started writing The Outsiders and how long did it take for her to write the novel?
I'm not too sure how long it took her to write it, but she said it was difficult writing it. She started writing this book when she was 15 (it was in the first page of the book where it said "Dear reader,")
the boy's brother dies and the boy goes colorblind like his brother was and doesnt really hear anything like his brother didnt
S.E. stands for Susan Eloise. She did not want readers to know shewas a woman, so S.E. Hinton was used.