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The quote does not appear in the novel , but it does appear on the posters advertising the film version of The Outsiders from the flim on 1983. The lines appear above a photograph of the actors portraying the Greasers in the film, describing what some might believe to be the essence of Greaser identity: the need to belong.In both the film and the novel, the Greasers actually enjoy a sense of belonging when they are amongst themselves. Their outsider status is determined only by their position in comparison to the West Side Socs and the other members of the community who see Greasers as thugs.
This tagline is therefore poignant from an emotional point of view, it suggests that the Greasers want to be a part of the greater society that rejects them and misunderstands them.
The house on mango street
Esperanza already understands some of the gender disparity in her society, but for now it is innocent and confined to her siblings. Her desire for a best friend “of her own” is an early incarnation of her goal of autonomy. More images of flying will recur later, as symbol of an escape through beauty or physically leaving Mango Street.
Being respectful help u with having more friends because being nice and listening to what other people have to say is important and if u dont make fun of them they will respect that and then u have friends and your friends will tell there friends that u are respectful