there was a scorpion and it fell on coyotito and stung him on his shoulder, and because if it didn't sting him john steinbeck wuld hav no reason for the pearl to be found
in the beginning with the scorpion. and when he hits his wife
Steinbeck used the scorpion to symbolize death, evil and to use foreshadowing to give people hints into the rest of the book. Hope this helps!
The pearl began when Coyotito is sleeping and Kino spots a scorpion on the rope that is hanging from Coyotito's bed. Tino tried to grab the scorpion but Coyotito shook the string and made the scorpion fall right on the Coyotito's shoulder and sting him.
The tone of the Pearl by John Steinbeck is cynical.
The rising action of "The Pearl" includes Coyotito getting stung by the scorpion, Kino discovering the pearl, Kino attempting to sell the pearl, Kino getting attacked, and Kino beating Juana for trying to get rid of the pearl.
The novella 'The Pearl,' begins in early morning at the home of Kino, a poor peasant. His son is stung by a scorpion and the family leaves to take him to the doctor.
The climax in The Pearl by John Steinbeck is when Kino kills a man attempting to steal the pearl. The resolution is when they throw the pearl back in the ocean.
As evil as a non-living object can be, yes. In the book he compares the pearl to a scorpion and a malignant tumor (just to name a few). There are many strong signs that the pearl is evil in the book.
There are many different shifts in the mood. In the first chapter, the mood is dark due to the fact that Coyotito gets bitten by the scorpion.
John Steinbeck's novella 'The Pearl' was published in 1947."The Pearl", written by John Steinbeck, was published in 1947.
The mood is suspenseful because so many different things happen that can have many different outcomes, like Coyotito being bitten by a scorpion.
parable of the pearl
Steinbeck wrote the Pearl to express his feelings about the state of mankind.
"her eyes made little reflected stars" is a metaphor in the pearl by john steinbeck.
John Steinbeck's style is very earthy!
The Pearl by John Steinbeck
The Pearl, written around 1940 by John Steinbeck, takes place mainly in La Pez, Mexico.
he finds the pearl
"The Pearl" was written by John Steinbeck.
The Pearl was written by John Steinbeck.
A pearl and how it affects the life of the finder.