When they found the Pearl of the World, Juana and Kino are excited and hopeful of a better life. Write an essay to show what happened to Kino’s life after the discovery. - The pearl by John Steinbeck
When Kino finds what is considered the greatest pearl, he believes life will be so good for his family. He plans to sell it and use the money to pay for a church wedding for himself and Juana, to send his son Coyotito to school, to buy the family new clothes, buy a new harpoon, buy a rifle and a lot of other things unfortunately, all these dreams and expectations are killed by the extreme selfishness that drives most of the towns people to want the pearl for themselves. (Accept any other relevant introduction)
Points to consider
People try to steal the pearl:
All of Kino’s dreams of a brighter future with his child going to school and acquiring knowledge for the family, all of his dreams of a better life for himself and his wife are disappointed because so many people wanted the pearl for themselves.
Mark any 4 points = 12, (3:3:3:3)
Blossoms of the Savannah excerpts
SYNOPSIS OF BLOSSOMS OF THE SAVANNAH