What about the respect of their community? The setting is in the see shore. As Kino worked he suddenly spotted an extremely large oyster lying, unlike the others, by itself as if placed there by magic. Falling Action The family leaves to travel up the mountain to get to the capital city. Kino battles with the men and kills them, but when Kino returns to the cave, he discovers that his son has been killed. As Kino seeks to gain wealth from the pearl, the thought of what riches it brings makes him lose sight of what is truly most important in life. A person was either categorized as very rich or very poor.
Juana hates the pearl because all it has brought is bad things so she tries to throw it in the ocean. Juana gives us the solution to the tragic pearl. The film was also released by in 1947 as a co-promotion with the book. Kino carries a rifle stolen from the one of the trackers he killed, while Juana carries the dead Coyotito. In the meantime, Coyotito grows more ill, prompting Kino to bury the pearl in the corner of the home. The Pearl by John Steinbeck is a perfect example of how greed can negatively affect people. Kino decides to venture to the capital.
This person possesses knowledge but lacks a proper way to utilize it. Suddenly this young couple in John Steinbeck the Pearl have the world open up before them as never before possible. The Pearl is a by American author , first published in 1947. One of the attackers hears the baby and shoots into the cave. A gun is social status thing to the Indians. He refuses to treat Coyotito because his family is poor.
Kino finds such a large pearl that it attracts attention from all of the villagers. Third, there is the obvious sociological interpretation. Sinag-tala was then put into trials. First, she finds the pearl, and then notices Kino and the dead man. Juan Tomas, the brother of Kino, asks him what he will do with his money, and he envisions getting married to Juana in a church and dressing Coyotito in a yachting cap and sailor suit.
As he makes his way back to the house with the pearl, a ruffian attacks him again in an attempt to steal his pearl. She then told Sinag-tala that she did not need the baskets anymore and ended up hiding the pearls in one of the baskets. That night, an intruder makes an attempt to steal Kino's pearl. The sound was the cry of death. He is a father, a good guy who works hard, and is happy. In a ray of sunlight beaming through the door both Kino and Juna noticed a scorpion perched on the baby's sleeping area.
They walk silently through town and down to the ocean, when they reach it, they throw the pearl back in. Steinbeck used his writings to share his most inner views about the society which he lived in. This event shows that Kino reverts to violence and anger when confronted with adversity, yet when he does so he hurts only himself. GradeSaver, 7 August 2000 Web. He is a pearl diver. The priest comes, and so does the doctor.
Instead, they say it is worth less so that he could make more money. She is one of the few characters not obsessed with fortune. Kino thinks of the Song of the Family, a traditional song of his ancestors, as the dawn comes and Juana begins to prepare breakfast. He was also awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in literature. To Start with, the book I just finished reading in class is called The Pearl by a fantastic author named John Steinbeck.
However, they are each met with disaster: Kino finds the canoe destroyed and Juana finds the house has been set on fire. An hour later he came and gave Coyotito the remedy and immediately wanted to know when he was getting paid. When one takes a great pearl from its natural setting, then one is destroying a part of the natural order of things, which could result in some type of disaster. It begins in the brush house of Kino, Juana, and their baby, Coyotito, a family of Mexican Native Americans. All of the onlookers knew, as Kino and Juana, did that a child as young as Coyotito could easily die from the scorpion sting.
Just as important as tone, theme, and symbol, mood how the reader is made to feel about the story is quite intense, especially at the end. That night, Kino takes the offensive and stalks to the men's camp. He opts to vacate his home and sojourn in foreign land in order to protect the dream and the son. Kino finds that his canoe has been damaged, their house was torn up, and the outside set afire. He is a wise man, caring and concerned with the welfare of his brother Kino. Returning to the village, they find that their home has been ransacked and destroyed. Kino kills him, and he also loses the pearl.
Instead, the pearl becomes the direct instrument of the child's death. The Doctor is an unnamed character who symbolizes greed and manipulation. Some minutes later, Juana rises to discover that Kino has been attacked yet again, and, this time, has killed his attacker. That night, assassins come to rob Kino. East of Eden is Steinbeck's most ambitious work, in which he turns his attention from social injustice to human psychology, in a Salinas Valley saga loosely patterned on the Garden of Eden story.