The Pearl Essay | Student Essay

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The Pearl: Is It a Parable?

Summary: This essay focuses on the factors that make "The Pearl" a parable.
The Pearl is a story of greed, money and materialism. These things can change anybodies life forever. The Pearl is a story about a man who finds a pearl, and it turns his family's world upside down. He thinks that this mysterious pearl is going to fulfil all of his hopes and dreams. This essay will prove that The Pearl, written by John Steinbeck in 1947, is an example of a parable. A parable is a piece of work that tells a story on two levels; the simple, literal level, and an interpretive level, often a moral or religious level. This is going to be proved by taking examples from the book and conjugating the ideas.

The Pearl is a very simple book in terms of language. It explains everything in a descriptive way, but also in a way that's not too hard to understand...

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