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Juana, the Priest, and the doctor have all undergone a change due to money. They are all affected by their hunger for wealth and inturn are the base for their own destruction, and the destruction of society. Steinbeck's "The Pearl" is a study of man's self destruction through greed.
Juana, the faithful wife of Kino, a paltry peasant man, had lived a spiritual life for what had seemed like as long as she could remember. When her son Coyito fell ill from the bite of a scorpion, she eagerly turned towards the spiritual aspects of life. Beginning to pray for her son's endangered life.
The doctor who had resided in the upper-class section of the town, refused to assistant the child, turning them away when they arrived at the door. Lastly they turned to the sea to seek their fortune.
When Juana set sight on the "Pearl of The World. Juana's husband was caught in a twisted realm of mirrors, and they were all shattering one by one. In the night he heard a "sound so soft that it might have been simply a thought This is where the problems for Juana and her family began.
The fear that had mounted in Kino's body had taken control over his actions. Soon even Juana who had always had faith in her husband, had doubted him greatly. Kino had not listened however, and soon Juana began to lose her spiritual side and for a long time she had forgotten her prayers that had at once meant so much to her.
She had tried to help Kino before to much trouble had aroused, only to discover that she was not competent enough to help.
A hypocrathic oath is said before each medical student is granted a Doctors degree. In the oath they swear to aid the ill, and cure the injured. In the village of La Paz there lived a doctor who had earned his wealth by helping those that were ill and could afford his services.
Not once in his long career would he have dared refuse to aid a wealthy lawyer or noblemen. I am a doctor, not a veterinary.
He had been to Paris and had enjoyed the splendors of the world, and therefore he wouldn't be seen dealing with the less fortunate as he knew that the less fortunate would surely always be just that-less fortunate. However it seemed that he had been stereotypical of the less fortunate, as he soon discovered when hearing of a great pearl discovered by the peasants who had knocked upon his door earlier that day.
A hunger for wealth was what pushed him to visit the peasants house and aid their destitute son. However he had already ended Coyito's life without knowing he'd done so, for if he had administered aid to Coyito when they were first at the doctorsShow how the theme of Greed is illustrated through the characters and events in the Pearl.
John Steinbeck develops the theme of greed through the characters and events in " the Pearl". Ever since the finding of the pearl, it appears to me that the greed of man had grown readily throughout time.3/5(3). I believe that Steinbeck’s “The Pearl” is a study of man’s self-destruction through his own greed.
Juana, the “patient, fragile wife” of Kino, a hardworking pearl fisherman, had lived a spiritual life for what seemed like as long as she could remember. Video: Theme of The Pearl In ''The Pearl'' by John Steinbeck, the theme of the destructive power of greed is explored as the characters navigate their personal desires, destiny, and racism.
are the base for their own destruction, and the destruction of society. Steinbeck's "The Pearl" is a study of man's self destruction through greed. Juana, the faithful wife of Kino, a paltry peasant man, had lived a spiritual life for what had seemed like as long as she could remember.
When her son. In the novella, “The Pearl”, by John Steinbeck, the protagonist, Kino, struggles with greed when a pearl of great value comes into his possession.
Kino learns a lesson when his own greed leads to the destruction of his family. Steinbeck's "The Pearl" is a study of man's self destruction through greed.
Juana, the faithful wife of Kino, a paltry peasant man, had lived a spiritual life for what had .