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The Pearl

Topics: John Steinbeck, Novella / Pages: 5 (716 words) / Published: May 5th, 2014
What does the doctor say when he hears about Kino's pearl? (from Chapter 3)
He stole it!
I will visit him later today.
He tried to rob me.
He is a patient of mine.
What time of day do the trackers reach the pool near the family? (from Chapter 6)
Late Evening
Early morning
What is Kino's first promise spoken out loud when asked about the pearl? (from Chapter 3)
That he and Juana will be married
That he will buy a car
That he will move
That he will buy Juana jewelry
Who does Kino squat with the afternoon they find the pearl? (from Chapter 3)
The priest
What animal greets Kino that evening by the fire? (from Chapter 3) a large bird a black cat a thin dog that he doesn't know the same goat he saw that morning
What is the pearl wrapped in? (from Chapter 4) a new piece of cloth old, soft deerskin a piece of paper one of Juana's shawls
Where does Kino place Juana and Coyotito for the night? (from Chapter 6)
In a massive cave that holds cave water
By a large rock
Under a tree
In a shallow cave
Which songs are in Kino's head as he sneaks up on the trackers? (from Chapter 6)
Song of Evil and Song of the Family
Song of the Family and Song of Hope
Song of the Family and Song of the Enemy
Song of Anger and Song of the Pearl
What does Juana dress Coyotito in the morning of the pearl sale? (from Chapter 4) a brown sack a shawl
He's covered in seaweed
His baptism clothes
What does Kino imagine that Coyotito will wear after he buys new clothes? (from Chapter 3) bright socks with no holes
A button-down shirt for school
A blue sailor suit from the United States a large brown hat to shade his face
Which one of these things was not borrowed by Juan for Kino? (from Chapter 5)
A block of salt
A long knife
A bag of red beans and rice
A rifle
What is the highest offer Kino gets for his pearl? (from Chapter 4)
Fifteen hundred pesos
Two dollars
Two million pesos
Fifty pesos
How does the priest treat Kino and his family? (from Chapter 3) like thieves
Like children like slaves like mute people
What gives Kino a strong sense of protection during their running escape? (from Chapter 6)
His knife
The ancient magic
A large stone he is carrying
His rifle
What is Kino's house crowded with after the pearl's discovery? (from Chapter 3) doctors oyster shells brown seaweed neighbors 16)
What happens to Kino's home? (from Chapter 5)
They ransack it and put a fire to it
The neighbors all stand around it, waiting for Kino to return
They allow another family to live inside it
They bulldoze it
Which songs are in Kino's head as they are running away? (from Chapter 6)
Song of the Pearl and Song of the Family
Song of Evil and Song of the Pearl
Song of Hope and Song of Happiness
Song of Hope and Song of the Pearl
What is the lowest amount of money offered to Kino for the pearl? (from Chapter 4) fifteen pesos
Ten pesos
Five hundred pesos
Two pesos
What song is in Kino's head as he races over the mountains? (from Chapter 6)
Song of Desperation
Song of Evil
Song of Hope
Song of the Pearl
What does Juana say when Kino leaves? (from Chapter 6)
The Lord's Prayer
Ancient magic and Hail Mary prayers
Incoherent mumbling
Good riddance
What material makes up the homes by Kino's hut? (from Chapter 4)
What happens after Kino deals with Juana? (from Chapter 5)
He is attacked by a dark figure
He trips and breaks his leg
He gets lost going home
He is attacked by a dog
What does the first pearl buyer say about the great pearl? (from Chapter 4)
It is a joke
It is too small
It is too large
It is too yellow
Where do Kino and Juana watch their house burning down? (from Chapter 5)
From the beach coast
From the mountain cliffs
From the cracks in Juan's home
From the street
What does Kino become when he has the pearl? (from Chapter 3)
Every man's enemy
The richest man in town
Everyone's best friend a nominee for sainthood

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