In conclusion, Kino is disconnected from two cultures when he takes the help of the pearl's deliverance, and then takes in the harmful affects of it, also with other conflicts brought into his life.
In John Steinbeck's The Pearl, Kino forgets what is most important to him in his life, when he absorbs the obsession of the Pearl. He has a wife, a son, friends and a village that is like his family. When he finds the pearl, he becomes greedy, and selfish, which causes Kino to lose his friends, his family and most importantly, his definite place in society.
- Analysis of the Novel "Galapagos" by Kurt Vonnegut
- The book I have Read in Summer.The Book "Zvejnieka dēls"
- The Pearl
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