The doctor's ignorance to help them because of their social class is a societal issue. Although they are poor, the family lives a relatively happy life. Juana watches from a distance and sees Kino approach her, limping with another man whose throat Kino has slit. Kino was a very determined man because even though he got attacked by different people he still wouldn't give up on selling the Pearl. A scorpion moves slowly down the rope supporting the box. He quickly becomes obsessed with the material things that the pearl could bring, which is drastically different than before. Rising Action At home Juana prays that her husband will find a pearl bigger than any other and her prayers are answered.
After discovering the pearl, Kino gradually changes to become a completely different man. So Lennie is right then when he says that George takes care of him, and he takes care of George. Apolonia A woman with a big jiggling stomach, Apolonia is the wife of Juan Tomas. In the end, the finding of the great prize causes him to lose another, his son. The pearl clearly affects Kino more than any other character and because of this, he evolves and changes greatly from the exposition to the resolution.
It is the story of a , Kino, and explores man's nature as well as greed, defiance of societal norms, and evil. When Kino catches her, he beats her badly and leaves her bloodied on the beach. You will complete the provided comprehension questions while you listen. They offer Kino a thousand pesos for the pearl when Kino believes that it is worth fifty thousand. She is the wise one in the family since she knows how to take care, cook, and make decisions. Kino did however learn his lesson at the end. He refuses to sell the pearl at a humble price, he also refuses to dispose of the pearl despite it being a force of evil that brings forward impending danger.
Narrowly escaping, the family hides at Juan Tomas's house until it is safe to leave for the capital to sell the pearl. He is also the unlucky one because he is killed at the end of the story since the trackers thought he was a coyote. Some readers believe that Kino brings about his own downfall by going against the forces of nature. George is basically a loner without Lennie. The exploration of literature and text analysis we have shared has prepared you to read and analyze text on your own. After a long time they get mean. The roles of fate and agency in shaping human life.
The American composer 's Concerto for Trombone and Wind Symphony 2004 was inspired by The Pearl. The two songs that Kino remembers during this chapter, the Song of the Family and the Song of Evil, also place the story in a context with diametric opposites; the story is largely a parable with defined parameters of good and evil. For example, the first thing that Kino desires to do with the money from the pearl is to give his wife and Coyotito a better life. After that, Kino and his family were in a constant battle against evil to preserve the good that they enjoyed before. To remedy this, his father Kino takes their canoe out in search of a pearl that he can sell to pay the doctor.
Kino was an impecunious man. Steinbeck says, ''He looked into its surface and it was gray and ulcerous. Kino valued his pearl at fifty thousand pesos. The reader is left to believe that his death was inevitable. He perseveres to keep the pearl but, in the end, it was not worth keeping. Although the story involves essentially only this couple, Steinbeck uses Kino and Juana as symbolic of the community in which they live.
As shown by his encounter with the scorpion, Kino is a devoted father who dotes on his infant son and adores his wife. She even refuses to obey Kino when he suggests that they take separate paths to avoid the trackers. Juana knows what is good and what is bad but Kino is sometimes so stubborn that he doesn't listen to his wife's opinion but even beats her. I seen the guys that go around on ranches alone. Juana decides to go home to gather their belongings while Kino goes to ready the canoe.
What is depth, and what does it mean? The female, on the other hand, is submissive, deferent, and nearly always silent. Characters are also the main reason a story exists. It is obvious why Lennie needs George. Steinbeck's inspiration was a Mexican folk tale from , Mexico, which he had heard in a visit to the formerly pearl-rich region in 1940. Juana begins to suck the puncture to remove the poison.
This best shows how Juana was a forgiving person. The mother will not let her only child languish and demands they go to the Doctor. A group of men accost Kino and knock the pearl from his hand. He dives for pearls as the source of income for his family. Later that night, Juana attempts to take the pearl and throw it into the ocean, but Kino finds her and beats her for doing so.
Kino tells the doctor that he will pay him once he sells his pearl, and the doctor attempts to discern where the pearl is located Kino had buried it in the corner of his hut. Although Kino kills the scorpion, it still stings Coyotito. They will have just a few chickens and pigs and, of course, rabbits Steinbeck, Mice 56. An important biological relationship is symbiosis. He is the first major event in the story because he is stung by the scorpion. After all that happens to Kino because of the pearl, the reader is left with a feeling of despair.