A pearl and how it affects the life of the finder.
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As a kid John Steinbeck worked on a ranch, and in Of Mice and Men he and Lenny worked on a ranch.
It is a fitting conclusion because Kino and Juana get tempermental but then work it out and their life with the Pearl is smoother.
The Pearl is not a fable, but it is an allegory, which is a story from which you should learn a life lesson that uses symbolism.It is a allegory because the pearl symbolizes society's greed, which ultimately ruins Kino's life. The implied moral is that one should not be greedy or avaricious but should be happy with his or her life.
how do whole number relate to everday life
Numbers relate in our daily life in that we have to count and perform mathematical operations.
In The Pearl, Kino becomes tempted when he finds the pearl. He immediately thinks of all the things in his life that will be improved from finding this pearl. He refuses to sell the pearl to the dealers (because they don't offer him a decent price). The pearl ends up causing a bunch of trouble, but Kino is blinded by the thought of a better life for his family. Finally, after much destruction, he overcomes his temptation and throws the pearl into the sea.
John Locke's ideas of the rights to Life, Liberty, and Property formed the basis for the Declaration of Independence which affects all Americans today.
Life created fiction
The Pearl by John Steinbeck has a very simple moral, that greed corrupts. The main character, Kino, manages to spin the promise of a better life for his family into the ruination of everything his family had.