Kino decides that he needs to divert the trackers away from his wife and son so he takes off running another direction away from his family. While Juana and a crying Coyotito are hiding in a cave, one of the trackers hear his cries believing that he is a baby coyote. The tracker shoots at the cave,
Wonder what can cause violence , greed. Greed can be so strong that it makes someone do things that they may have never done before or do evil and crazy things. In this book there were a lot of greed going on. In the fiction novel The Pearl by John Steinbeck, Kino and Juana child Coyotito was bitten by a scorpion. They needed their child to be cured, but they didn’t have the money to pay for the treatment.
Thomas comforts his younger friend Chuck when he is depressed and he promises Chuck that he will bring him home to his family and that they will get out of the maze. In this part of the story ,Thomas is also depressed and confused but feels as if Chuck was a younger brother, so he feels the need to look after him. This next piece of evidence takes place in the third book, The death cure. In the death cure we find out that Thomas's friend Newt isn't immune and has the flare. He leaves the group and they find each other in certain places but he asks him to leave.
Knowing that his family will receive insurance. Jay Gatsby does not commit suicide, he instead was murdered. Nick: “I was after we started with Gatsby toward the house hat the gardener saw Wilson’s body a little way off in the grass; and the holocaust was complete.” Jay Gatsby was killed by Mr. Wilson seeking revenge for his wife’s death. Willy was always dreaming of wealth. He instead should have been looking for happiness Biff: “He had all the wrong dreams.
George had a decision to make, would he let the boys from the farm lynch Lennie for killing Curley’s wife or would he kill him himself. When Candy’s dog was killed he thought he “ought of shot that dog [himself]” and regretted not doing so, this is a mistake George does not wish to make. This is why he himself steals Carlson’s gun and as his “hand [shake] violently,” but when he heard the men getting closer he had no choice and “he pulled the trigger”(Steinbeck 111). In the last few sentences Slim invites George for a drink, now George became one of the men that he said Lennie and he would never
Their reason was simple: Kino had found the ‘Pearl of the World”. Kino looks deep into the pearl to see the glories and bright future for him and his family: he properly weds Juana, sends Coyotito to a good school, and lives a successful life. The doctor accepts to treating Coyotito, which gives the couple some worry. Kino repeatedly buries and unearths the pearl which gives Juana some concern. Later Kino sees a person near his hut, assumes it is a thief, attacks, and fails to catch the entity.
In a documentary called ‘The Iceman’s Murder’ it says that there was a murderer in the village he lived in, so he fled. This may or may not be true but it is the only theory that goes with his founding’s. He then ran up the Otzal Alps, but while he was fleeing an arrow shot him (This is the information on the documentary.) Apparently while he was running through the mountains his body wasn't able to hand the conditions like he thought it would. Otzi also left some clues like how there was an arrow stuck in his back and the weapons that where found with him where a leather and flint knife/spear and a blade made of pure copper.
When a rattle snake bites Jim, and Huck nurses him back to life: Huck feels it's necessary to protect and aid Jim on their journey. After Duke and King sell Jim to the Phelps family for a meager sum, Huck is in a dilemma. Should he follow the societies moral solution and write to Miss.Watson, and tell her where Jim is located, or follow his own ideals and set Jim free. He decides to write the letter to Miss.Watson, but afterwards he feels guilty for his action. “It was a close place.
The character Brother starts the story out by going back to when his sibling was born. The younger brother Doodle is disabled, the doctor thought he wouldn't survive but he did. Overtime Brother became embarrassed that Doodle couldn't walk. He let his pride get the better of him and made it his mission to make Doodle walk. Eventually Doodle did learn to walk, but Brother was still not satisfied, he wanted his brother to be able to run and swim like all the other kids.
Even though Kino succeeded in finding the pearl, success did not follow. “Kino’s fist closed over the pearl and his emotions broke over him. He put back his head and howled.” After wanting this pearl more than anything, Kino was forced to face his failure of saving his son. This failure was unbearable for Kino, as he had tried as hard as he possibly could. Kino completed the “American Dream”, he found the pearl that would save his son, but not in time.