In the novel, the main character, Kino, goes out to find a pearl in hopes of getting money to pay the doctor to treat Coyotito, his son, who has been bitten by a scorpion When it is realized that Kino has murdered the man who tried to steal his prize possession the family is forced to run from their village Kino is the pearl diver, and his son, Coyotito, gets stung by a scorpion, but the doctor will not see him because of race and status.
I feel that John Steinbeck uses music in a lot of different ways.
When the servant came outside and announced that the doctor was busy, everyone was disappointed and everyone started to go and do their own things again. I feel that he uses darkness and light as a symbol of good and bad.
The Pearl of the World?. Nevertheless, it changes my perception of the natives and the Renaissance period as a whole.I feel that this symbolizes how ignorant and how much of a mind control the Europeans had over the natives. This novel is not just a narrative about a native finding a precious jewel and becoming overcame with fear, obsession and anger. The melody of the maybe pearl gave him hope for a better life for his family. Nevertheless, it changes my perception of the natives and the Renaissance period as a whole. Inevitably the doctor refuses to help Coyotito because Kino is unable to make a payment Later that same morning, Kino and Juana take their family canoe out to the estuary to go diving for pearls. When their baby Coyotito is poisoned by a scorpion they cannot afford to take him to the doctor. In some ways the complexity of all of the characters propel the plot of the novel. Greed, evil, culture, luck, anger, death, happiness, and mystery are all key aspects to this novel. In Schooled, Cap fights with integrity y being non- violent by protesting. Their lives are disrupted when a vicious scorpion bites Coyotito. The characters experience a meaningful journey and learn a manifold of lessons. No one has discovered me yet. The primitive violent reaction is shown when he attacks the thief that comes and robs him and when he murders one of the attackers in self-defense.
In a sense, this ultimately shows what greed can do to someone who is caught between doing what is morally right, and what he has been taught is right.
One morning, calamity strikes when a scorpion bites Coyotito.