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  • Origins Of Pearl And Jesus
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    A common theme throughout literature is religion and how the author feels about his or her faith. Nathaniel Hawthorne uses rhetorical devices to draw comparisons between characters and events in The Scarlet Letter and Biblical figures and accounts. A few of the devices found in this novel that connect it to the Bible are symbolism, paradox, allusions, and characterization. It is important to first look at the characters and how they are described through characterization. The first rhetorical de...
  • Style Of Writing Pearl Buck
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    Pearl Buck: The Bridge Builder Humans fear and loathe that which they do not understand. This fact has been true for ages and still exists today. Fortunately, there are people such as Pearl Buck. People like her see the injustice in this simple fact and work to break down the walls of separation between other people. She took on the seemingly impossible task of building a "bridge" across the Pacific Ocean to China from America and broke down many walls through her writings, doing a great service...
  • Kino For The Pearl
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    In "The Pearl", by John Steinbach, Kino, the poor fisherman, finds a magnificent pearl that changes his life and that of his family. Throughout the novel, the pearl has a wide variety of symbolism that changes progressively. This ever-changing pearl represents hope, healing, jealousy, Kino's manhood, and destruction and death. At the beginning of the novel, the pearl symbolizes hope. Kino, Juana, his wife, and their son, Coyotito, live in the outskirts of La Paz. They are in hopeless poverty, bu...
  • One Final Way Pearl
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    The Scarlet Letter is a book of much symbolism. One of the most complex and misunderstood symbols in the book is Peal, the daughter of Hester Prynne. Pearl, throughout the story, developed into a dynamic symbol- one that is always changing. As the novel progresses, Pearl grows older, and it's easy for the reader to want to explore some of the symbolism which Pearl comes to represent throughout the novel. In the Scarlet Letter, Hester, for her sins, relieved a scarlet 'A' which she had to wear up...
  • Ezra And Pearl
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    English Essay - Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant " To what extent are Ezra and Pearl the victims and / or the heroes of the novel?' I think Ezra and Pearl are both victims and heroes of the novel. Both looking after the family, especially Ezra always thinking about everyone. Yet they both get taunted by the people around them, Ezra is teased and put down by Cody and Pearl just seems to be picked on by everyone in the family. Pearl is heroic in the way that she has kept the family together even ...

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