Question: English & Literature

how does the description affect the way readers imagine the pearl? how does the description affect what readers expect the pearl to mean to kino and juana? (steinbeck described of the pearl) the pearl

In English & Literature | Asked by ryan15
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The description of the pearl from various perspectives all serve to reinforce the idea that this pearl is very unique and valueable to everyone..for different reasons. For Kino it is a means to finally provide for his family and to keep them safe and healthy. For others, like the doctor, it is a means to untold wealth and power. 

MHood2 | 654 days ago