In addition, the story contains lots of symbolism, by making many objects and events as signs of things. The pearl symbolized a reward in return of his son getting stung by the scorpion. It was a reward, but he was too greedy so it brought him bad luck. Furthermore, it was contained many life lessons like not to be greedy, to care about family more than anything, and to do anything for family, because family is everything. By being so greedy, only caring about his opinions, beating his wife for saying things he disagreed with, and not accepting any offers the jewelry stores were offering brought him bad luck.
The idiom, “grass to grass” basically means to do act wrongly and lose a strong reputation. During his ruler ship as King, Creon forgot to perform his main duty which is to serve the people based on their needs & wants. Instead, Creon did whatever his heart pleased. Creon had to endure a major change in his society because he took the fall from the good grace of a noble, respected king. He punished Antigone to live in a cavern in the rocks to starve to death.
Towards the end of the story, Kino begins to understand the appalling symbol that the Pearl really represents. By this point, his only son, Coyotito has been slaughtered as a result of people 's greed for it. Kino’s conclusive visions in the Pearl are ghastly, which are visible in the quote: “...In the surface of the Pearl he saw Coyotito lying in the little cave with the top of his head shot away...the Pearl was ugly; it was gray, like a malignant growth”(89). Outside factors are affecting the Pearl’s image, eventually destroying the good. Finally realizing the disgusting nature of the Pearl, Kino throws it into the ocean ending the Pearl’s presence in the story.
When Kino was put into a position where he had that chance to change his way of life he leaped at the opportunity. When he was offered money for the pearl Kino believed his pearl wasn 't worthy of any of the low offers. In some ways that was causing Kino to act more and more like the doctor. In one way the pearl symbolized how it could change a simple man into a greedy monster. As the symbol of the pearl change so did Kino.
The Pearl went from a shining object to an evil and dark one that needed to be destroyed. When Kino’s house and boat were destroyed Kino became sad and emotional, as we see in this passage, “They sat silently all day in the darkness of the house.” In this time, The Pearl became Kino’s life and everything he was doing involved it as you can see here, “ ‘This pearl has become my soul,’ said Kino. ‘If I give it up I shall lose my soul. '” Kino knew The Pearl was only bringing trouble but still wanted to get something out of it so he set off for the capital. It was on his way to the capital where he knew the Pearl was completely evil.
As of that, the prince decides to kill him to prevent him from marrying his beloved which causes the death and rebirth archetype because after a while Inigo Montoya hears him scream and he calls it the torture of all time like the one he sounded like when his father's dead. Therefore, he goes and tries to save him, but it's too late. Eventually, they find the miracle man who offers them a potion to make Wesley alive again or his rebirth. All of these are examples fit the situational archetypes category. Next, character archetypes follow.
I attacked them leaving no survivors. I ran inside the cave only to find my wife crying with blood on her hands and my son dead. We returned to the village and threw the pearl back into the ocean. With all the bad luck the pearl had brought us, we were scared of what more it would cause. We watched the pearl sink down in the green water.
You must hide us, my brother’ ” (65). As Kino’s house burns down the neighbors wonder whether r Kino and his family are inside, Kino can even hear all of the worried voices. If the same circumstance would have taken place at the beginning of the story, when Kino was a more honest man, he would have come out from his brother’s brush house and said that he and his family were fine, and maybe even take responsibility for killing the dead man next to the brush house. However, because Kino becomes corrupted by the power that the pearl gives him, he becomes dishonest, hides and runs away. The influence of the pearl degrades him, from a state of honesty to a state of corruption and he ends up bringing misery to himself, to his family and even to his
The spoiled little boy hates his father and ends up running away taking all of Siddhartha and Vasudeva’s money. Before leaving he states, "You want me to become like you, so pious, so gentle, so wise, but just to spite you, I would rather become a thief and a murderer and go to hell, than be like you. I hate you; you are not my father even if you have been my mother 's lover a dozen times!" (100). Siddhartha takes this as a way of payback, he had left his father to die alone and now feels as though he deserves this.
Oedipus discovers his fate when he meets with an oracle after a man brings suspicious thoughts to Oedipus’ mind about his family. Oedipus is greatly disturbed when the oracle unveils his future by saying, “You are fated to couple with your mother, you will bring/ a breed of children into the light no man can bear to see-/ you will kill your father, the one who gave you life!” (Sophocles 205). This prophecy causes Oedipus to panic, so he leaves his home and family in order to protect his mother and father. However, Oedipus does not know that the king and queen of Corinth are his adopted parents, so he unknowingly puts himself and his real family in danger. Similarly, Macbeth receives a prophecy from three witches.
All the monster wanted was company, but because he feels alone. He tries to make friends with the people, but every time someone saw him, they would scream and run away from him. When he talks to Frankenstein, he tells him “I am alone and miserable: man will not associate with me.” The monster first kills Victor 's little brother because he is mad at Victor for creating him the way he is. Later on Justine is accused of a killing victor’s brother and she didn’t do it so she goes through a trial and they decide to kill her. At the end the monster kills Victor’s wife named Elizabeth because he is angry that victor wouldn’t create a companion for him.
By engaging in intercourse, he violated the trust of his wife while she remained loyal, despite the urges from the suitors. In addition, he fails to show loyalty to his crew. Through his indecisiveness, numerous members on his crew perished. For example, Circe advised Odysseus to avoid fighting Scylla. Instead of listening to the advice, he prepared to fight the monster and, as a result, lost six of his best men.
After creating it and completing the deal, he tears the new creation apart causing the monster to be forever alone. This also causes the monster to promise that he will be there on Victor’s wedding night. So, as the story presents, the monster’s intentions were mostly misunderstood. The monster never learned how to love or be loved. It is said that love is an equalizer for the darkest of places of the human consciousness, which includes the most monstrous; this is
In the novel The Pearl by John Steinbeck, ever since kino found the pearl he has noticed it brings bad luck, he keeps getting attacked for the pearl, and his family and neighbors realize the pearl is changing kinos personality. The ending of “The Pearl” would be different if Juana was able to convince kino t throw the pearl back into the water before the family leaves to go north. Thus, Kino should throw the pearl back because it brings bad luck, kino keeps on getting attacked, and kinos personality is changing. one point conveying the reasoning that kino should throw the pearl back is, The Pearl is bringing bad luck to kino and his family. kino states that someone has taken the pearl or he has lost it.
After learning he accidentally drives the Delacey’s apart from him, causing great depression and anger (Frasait). The monster is said to be a replica of Frankenstein. The monster has no control over his aggression and continues to murder his master’s loved ones. Although, this aggression is spurred on from the rejection and sorrow that humanity has placed on him (Cantor 117). The creature’s ultimate sorrow is caused by the denial of a companion