The Pearl

What is Kino's only valuable possession, and why does it mean so much to him

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Kino's canoe is the one thing of value that he owns. The canoe is old, bought by Kino's grandfather, and is the source of food for Kino. It is their most important possession, for "a man with a boat can guarantee a woman that she will eat something.