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Essay | The Pearl

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of The Pearl.
This section contains 302 words
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The Pearl

Summary: Essay provides a literary analysis of "The Pearl."

In the classic novel, The Pearl, Juana starts out as a normal woman for the time the book was written. She wakes up every morning and cooks breakfast for her husband, Kino (p. 2). Juana is never in charge, in exception for the baby. Juana is the one to take action when the baby was stung (p. 8). Kino is in charge of almost everything, including the pearl. Kino demonstrates his authority when he walks in front of Juana on the way to sell the pearl (p. 58). As the book progresses, we see Juana and Kino's relationship change. Juana takes control and is the one who decides not to split up when trackers are closing in (p. 101). In the end of the book, Juana and Kino are acting as equals. Juana walks next to Kino when they are returning to La Paz (p. 115). Also, Kino offers the pearl to Juana...

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