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Essay Galaxy - Compare And Contrast On The Pe Compare and Contrast Essay

According to The Pearl, the Indians and the Caucasians had the same plans of their own if they owned the pearl. The pearl meant wealth for the Indians. To the whites the pearl meant more power and wealth. Unlike the Caucasian, the Indians had many reasons for desiring the great pearl. In The Pearl it talks about Kino's dreams and plans. For example, he finds the pearl and the first thing that come to mind are the things he can give his family, seeing Jauna in a shawl and a nice dress with shoes. Kino could finally have a nice hat made not of straw but as of velvet. The whites on the other hand would most likely new businesses think of only making more money. When Kino's baby was stung by the scorpion, Juana and Kino took the baby to the doctor. When Kino told ....

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