The correct answer to this question is B, He wanted his grease and his Gone with the Wind book. Johnny and Two-Bit are fictional characters from the S. E. Hinton novel, The Outsiders. Considered a coming of age novel, it was first published in 1967. He wanted hair grease because that allowed him to be identified as a greaser.
The greasers were a gang Johnny belonged to and compared to the other gangs, and they were weaker and way wilder in their antics. He also wanted the Gone with the Wind book because he enjoyed with Ponyboy read the book to him.
Johnny asked Two-bit to get him his blade and his schoolbook. While a previous answer says his copy of “Gone with the Wind” and his grease, this is actually not true. SPOILER ALERT. Johnny is in the hospital at this point. His intentions behind asking for his blade and his bag are never made clear, but these are turbulent chapters in the book. Two-bit and Pony go to see Johnny in chapter 8, and he’s not doing well.
Meanwhile, Pony realizes he doesn’t want to do the fights just for the sake of fighting. It becomes a point of contention for the rest of the book, as does Johnny’s wish not to see his mother while he’s in the hospital.