Title, Inci Volume of Sel Yayıncılık. Author, John Steinbeck. Publisher, Sel Yayincilik, ISBN, , Length, pages. The Pearl is a novella by American author John Steinbeck, first published in . It is the story of a pearl diver, Kino, and explores man’s nature as well as.

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Juana warns Kino that the pearl will destroy them, but Kino insists that the pearl is their one chance and that tomorrow they will sell it.

Throughout the experience, she remains loyal to her family but also perceives the evil that the pearl brings.


Kino can hear nothing but the cry of death, for he soon realizes that Coyotito is dead from that first shot. Kino refuses to sell to the pearl dealers and decides to go to the capital instead. When destruction does come, however, Juan Tomas does not arrogantly turn away his brother but, instead, welcomes him in to protect him. Before the pearl is found, he refused to heal Coyotito because the family was poor, though it would have been easy.

Throughout the novel, zteinbeck plot discusses how the inci john steinbeck lives before and after the pearl.

steinbsck However, Kino steinveck that he will not be cheated, invi he is a man. Santiago and Kino in Text and Film”. Although Kino kills the scorpion, it still stings Coyotito. A Preliminary Textual Study. 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.


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She is a loving woman who cares for her husband and xteinbeck. These publications praised the novel as a “major artistic triumph” and emphasizes how Steinbeck understands “the universal significance of life.

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He is no longer content with his son being uneducated, or his family not being well-dressed. Though many still believe that Steinbeck’s work was a unique reflection on “the indi experience,” there are others who disagreed. Before he found the pearl, he was a noble and a very determined person who sought fortune for his family.

She is a loving woman who cares for her husband and son. Family incj of the major themes in the novel is family. However, Kino can hear nothing but the song knci death, for he soon realizes that it was Coyotito’s cries that the trackers heard, and the shot hit Coyotito.

Perseverance -The theme of perseverance is demonstrated by many characters, but mainly Kino. The doctor is in stark contrast from the family and is the jon of the evil that will come from the pearl.

He perseveres to keep the pearl but, in the end, it was not worth keeping. Many believe that jojn book is the easiest of Steinbeck’s books to teach because the lessons are simple, yet significant, [12] so, generally, students that are in middle school or early high school study this novel.


Juana and Kino returned heartbroken to the city of La Paz, Kino carrying a rifle stolen from the of the tracker he killed, while Juana carries the dead Coyotito like a sack from her back. Views Read Edit View history.

After that, Kino and his family were in a constant battle against evil to preserve the good that they enjoyed before. He claims that he will send Coyotito to school and buy a rifle for himself. Now, people like Warren French, criticize the novel for “lacking both insight and worth. The two approach the gulf, and Kino, who saw the image of Coyotito with his head blown off in the pearl, throws it into the ocean.

This theme is displayed in other themes as well and it stdinbeck shown from the beginning to the joohn. The story is one of Steinbeck’s most popular books and has been widely used in high school classes.

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However, a nohn of evil accompanies it. This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat The East of Eden Letters Kino and Juana travel at the night and rest at the day. Good and Evil -One of the biggest themes in this novel is the one between good and evil.