The Pearl

The Pearl John Steinbeck, Chapter 5

•WIth what important incident did this chapter begin?

•What incident in this chapter put peace behind kino and Juana forever?

•What additional event(s) made it possible for Kino and Juana to remain in the village?

•How did Kino and Juana spend their last day in the village?

•By the end of this chapter, the pearl has become a moral issue to Kino. How does he express it (quote)? How do you explain it?

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At the start of the chapter, Juana sneaks away and attempts to throw the pearl back into the sea.

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