The Pearl

assuming that Kino's wishes come true, draw a contrast between his past like and the "new" life he aspires for

it is a question of the story " The Pearl " page 106

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Kino's past life was filled with family love and harmony; he believes the have the 'Whole,' safety, harmony, and love.

The pearl changes his perception of what a perfect life is...... and it becomes all about education for his son (choice) and hope for the future, what he sees as having a better life. My question to you would be, do you think life can ever get better than the Whole?


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