A literary analysis of material society in the pearl by john steinbeck
A person was either categorized as very rich or very poor. His fanaticism becomes fully developed when he abuses his wife for trying to get rid of the pearl.
Themes of the pearl
A person was either categorized as very rich or very poor. Kino does everything in his willpower to protect the magnificent pearl from harm 's way and to ensure the glamorous future of his family, even though evil and death is concealed around every corner. Juana possesses more common sense and foresight to see right from the start that the pearl is something that will hurt the family more than help. Again Kino refuses. Although Kino is excited about what he saw he does not rush things. This indigent family lives in a small brush hut along the Gulf of Mexico by the town of La Paz. Kino and his wife Juana live in a small brush hut with their young baby Coyotito. Juana gives him the pearl. Kino kills one of them with his knife, but the pearl is knocked out of his hands onto the sand.
His rage replaced with disgust Kino walks away, but before he is even out of sight a group of men ambush him to steal the pearl. Kino and his wife Juana live in a small brush hut with their young baby Coyotito. Instead he takes the time to pull up his diving rock and his basket of oysters.
Kino and Juana try to catch it before it reaches their baby but Coyotito reaches up and knocks it off onto himself. Before Kino goes his brother implores him to get rid of the evil pearl.
In the dark Kino stabs wildly and injures the thief.
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