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1  Sodapop'll never grow up at all.
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2  Sodapop was giving Darry a back-rub.
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  In Chapter 1
3  Sodapop began, but Darry turned on him.
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  In Chapter 3
4  He always does when Sodapop tells him to.
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  In Chapter 1
5  Gosh, but Sodapop was crazy about that horse.
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  In Chapter 3
6  I wonder what Darry and Sodapop are doing now, I thought, yawning.
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  In Chapter 4
7  Sodapop isn't afraid of him like everyone else and enjoys teasing him.
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  In Chapter 1
8  I could have waited to go to the movies until Darry or Sodapop got off work.
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  In Chapter 1
9  I burst out bitterly: "He's not like Sodapop at all and he sure ain't like me."
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  In Chapter 3
10  You know, you look an awful lot like Sodapop, the way you've got your hair and everything.
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  In Chapter 4
11  Sodapop, who had jumped into bed by this time, yelled sleepily for me to turn off the light and get to bed.
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  In Chapter 1
12  At least Darry didn't get drunk and beat me up or run me out of the house, and I had Sodapop to talk things over with.
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  In Chapter 3
13  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
14  I hated to worry Sodapop, and would have liked to let him know I had gotten this far okay, but I didn't care if Darry worried himself gray-headed.
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  In Chapter 4
15  I can understand why Sodapop and Steve get into drag races and fights so much, though--- both of them have too much energy, too much feeling, with no way to blow it off.
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  In Chapter 1
16  I couldn't just take it or leave it, like Two-Bit, or ignore it and love life anyway, like Sodapop, or harden myself beyond caring, like Dally, or actually enjoy it, like Tim Shepard.
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  In Chapter 3
17  I would have a yeller cur dog, like I used to, and Sodapop could get Mickey Mouse back and ride in all the rodeos he wanted to, and Darry would lose that cold, hard look and be like he used to be, eight months ago, before Mom and Dad were killed.
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  In Chapter 3
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