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The word genre is defined as a category of artistic composition, as in music or literature, marked by a distinctive style, form, or content. (www.doctionary.com) Some of these genres are, comedy, horror, thriller, and or action. The novel written by S.E. Hinton titled The Outsiders may fall into a wide variety of different genres. One of the most distinctive genre formation called is bildungsroman. This term arrives from the German word meaning an upbringing or education novel. (Scamurra, note) The Outsiders emanates a sense of tests and tasks, and eventually "Ponyboy" comes to maturity when he realizes the futility and distinctive life he has been leading. It is this epiphany that makes The Outsiders a Bildungsroman.
In the novel The Outsiders "Ponyboy Curtis" starts off in a state of innocence and immaturity. "Ponyboy" shows innocence and immaturity every time he mentions the long feud between the "Greasers" and "Socs". "Ponyboy" believes that "Greasers" and "Socs" are completely different individuals: "… We're poorer than the Socs and the middle class. I recon we're wilder, too. Not like the Socs, who jump Greasers and wreck houses and throw beer blasts for kicks…" (page 6) "Ponyboy" clearly states "Greasers" and "Socs" are different from each other. Another aspect that proves "Ponyboy's" innocence is he is only fourteen years of age; "…treating me as if I was six instead of fourteen…" (page 6) very obviously "Ponyboy" notifies the readers he is fourteen years old. "Ponyboy" also does not use his integrity sometimes which shows a great deal of immaturity: "…I make good grades and have a high IQ and everything, but I don't use my head…"( page 7) "Ponyboy" says he is a smart person, but he does not use his full potential a…