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 Current Search - Darry was in The Outsiders
1  Darry was pulling on his jacket.
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  In Chapter 7
2  Darry was too smart to be a greaser.
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  In Chapter 8
3  Darry was rubbing the back of my head softly.
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  In Chapter 7
4  Darry was looking at me with a puzzled expression.
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  In Chapter 12
5  Suddenly I realized, horrified, that Darry was crying.
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  In Chapter 6
6  Dally was sleeping off a hangover, and Darry was working.
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  In Chapter 4
7  Darry was real good about letting me go places on the weekends.
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  In Chapter 1
8  Darry was still asleep when I went into the kitchen to fix breakfast.
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  In Chapter 7
9  I guess Darry was tired of fooling around, because he picked me up and carried me in.
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  In Chapter 7
10  Sodapop was stretched out on the sofa, sound asleep, but Darry was in the armchair under the lamp, reading the newspaper.
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  In Chapter 3
11  I suddenly realized that Darry was only twenty, that he wasn't so much older that he couldn't feel scared or hurt and as lost as the rest of us.
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  In Chapter 12
12  But Darry was keeping an eye out for me; he caught that guy by the shoulder and half lifted him up before knocking him three feet with a sledge-hammer blow.
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  In Chapter 9
13  We rarely fought among ourselves--- Darry was the unofficial leader, since he kept his head best, Soda and Steve had been best friends since grade school and never fought, and Two-Bit was just too lazy to argue with anyone.
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  In Chapter 6