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  • Pearl Kino
    471 words
    The Pearl The Pearl starts off with a poor family that runs into a problem. The problem is that their son Coyotito got bit by a snake and they need money so that the doctor will treat him. Kino, the father, went out to find a pearl so that they would have enough money to get Coyotito to the doctor. The pivoting point in the story is when Kino finds the pearl of all pearls, the pearl he finds is huge. The whole town finds out about Kino's findings, he starts to since an evil feeling coming from p...
  • Pearl Buyers And Kino
    474 words
    The Pearl begins with a new day beginning and the evil of night passing. Kino wakes up and Juana, who is Kino's wife, begins making corn tortillas. Then as the song of the family gets strong inside Kino's head he sees a scorpion coming down a rope toward Coyotito's sleeping box. Kino lunges toward the scorpion but it is too late and it stings Coyotito who is only an infant. This is where the story rapidly develops. They go to the doctor so he can treat the child, but the doctor is racist and als...
  • Kino A Fair Price For The Pearl
    448 words
    The Pearl by John Steinbeck In The Pearl by John Steinbeck, Kino, the main character, did not succeed in his dreams of a luxurious life. There where many reasons why Kino did not succeed. One may believe that it was a combination of fate, the pearl buyers, and his own greed. Fate was a major aspect to why Kino did not succeed in his dreams of having a luxurious life. When Kino discovered the Pearl he thought that it would take him out of poverty and into a life of happiness. "But the pearls were...
  • Kino For The Pearl
    1,504 words
    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...
  • Pearls Kino
    598 words
    This book is about a family, the mother Juana, the father Kino, and the son Coyotito. They are Indians. They live in a brush house in a small village out side of a larger town. To Kino every thing is a song he listening to what he calls the Family Song in the morning when his wife is making breakfast. One morning there was a scorpion on there sons bed and it stung him. They went to the doctor but they did not have any money so he would not help them. They went to the coast that day because Kino ...

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