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How Kino Lost His Sight

Summary: Throughout John Steinbeck's The Pearl, Kino, the main character, looses sight of what is most important to him in his life. He has a family, friends and a life. That all changes when he finds "The Pearl of the World."
How Kino Lost His Sight

Throughout John Steinbeck's The Pearl Kino, the main character, Kino, looses sight of what is most important to him in his life. He has a family, friends and a life. That all changes when he finds "The Pearl of the World." Before he finds the pearl, Kino is a very nice and loving man. His people made songs emotions, feelings, and other things. Kino made up his own song to himself called Song of the Family. He makes this to himself because he loves his family so much. Although he forgets all about his son and wife when he lets the pearl's greed take him over.

One day when Kino went diving for pearls, he finds the biggest pearl ever. Kino is so excited that he is beginning to thinking about what he would spend the money from the pearl...

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