The Pearl Essay | The Pearl: An Analysis of Juana

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The Pearl: An Analysis of Juana

Summary: Analyzes the novel, The Pearl, by John Steinbeck. Focuses on the character of Juana. Provides a study of her and her actions in the story.
In the book, The Pearl, by John Steinbeck, an interesting character is Juana. She is the wife of Kino and the mother of Coyotito. The story circles around the pearl that this family found.

Juana is a very interesting character because she is a person with a versatile personality. She is admirable as a mother, a wife and as a human being as a whole. As Kino thinks in the book, Juana has the strength of a man in her, yet she is patient and fragile. Juana is what keeps Kino going with all the atrocity of the pearl, but still, she is respectful and obedient towards him. "In the canoe, she was like a strong man." This trait of strength and obedience, yet humility is quite appealing.

Another reason, I thought Juana was interesting, was how she stood up against and for Kino...

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