THE WORRIEDNESS OF KINO TO LOSE THE PEARL
A long page 40- 50, John Steinbeck told about the worriedness of Kino to lose the pearl, in the page 40 I see that there Kino, so anxious to lose the pearl, till he presume that a spot of rain as a human who want to steal the pearl “ he felt cloth, struck at it with his knife and missed, and struck again and felt his knife go through cloth and then his head crashed with lightning and exploded with pain” After Kino’s worriedness, then his wife Juana, also anxious about the pearl, she thinks that the pearl is a devil who bring miss fortune to his family as in quotation below “ this pearl is like a sin! It will destroy us! throw it away Kino!” In the morning, Kino, his wife, and also coyotito are went away to the town to sell the pearl while their neighbor look at them happily, as we can see in this quotation “ the neighbor watching Kino’s door through the crevices in their brush houses, were dressed and ready too. There was no self – consciousness about their joining Kino and Juana to go pearl selling…” In the conclusion the pearl by John Steinbeck (page 40 – 50) told about the worriedness of Kino to lose the pearl which then he decide to sell it just to change their life and for their children.
Steinbeck, J. (1967). The Pearl. London: Cox & Wyman Ltd.
Analysis of the pearl by John Steinbeck (page 50 – 55)
THE WRONG PERCEPTION BRING TO EGOIST
In these pages John Steinbeck told about the Kino’s attitude that think his pearl is so valuable which make him don’t receive any offers from buyers, such buyers think that is to big like in quotation below “ this pearl is like a fool’s gold. It’s too large. Who would buy it” Others buyers say that this pearl is not strong and can lose his beauty within a few months as like in quotation below “…this is soft and chalky, it will lose its colour and die in a few months” These situations make Kino so frustrated...