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M. Yong
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978-0582781276
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Longman (April 27, 1981)
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Biography: John Steinbeck John Steinbeck is, at heart, a novelist of the .

Biography: John Steinbeck John Steinbeck is, at heart, a novelist of the California experience. Born in Salinas in 1902, he grew up in the fertile Salinas Valley, the "Salad Bowl of the Nation," as it was later called. That sharply beautiful and expansive landscape, where Steinbeck spent hours as a boy roaming the hills, shaped Steinbeck's creative vision. Each book is defined by Steinbeck's sensitivity for common man-misfits, striking workers, a lonely ranch wife, paisanos, migrants who sought prosperity in the golden land. And each work of fiction is informed by the idea that people must be seen in the context of their environments.

Jackson Benson notes that Steinbeck was reading folktales in Spanish as he began writing The Pearl, evidently looking for a tonal . Working on The Pearl was an unusual process, one that absorbed much of Steinbeck's energies

His use of the parable form was another means of insisting that Kino's story was archetypal, common to all human interaction. Working on The Pearl was an unusual process, one that absorbed much of Steinbeck's energies.

Series: Barron's Book Notes. Kino and Juana are a young indian couple. They live in poverty somewhere in Latin-America. Read The Pearl by John Steinbeck to find out. It will enchant your mind as it will your heart

Series: Barron's Book Notes. Publisher: Barrons Educational Series Inc (September 1, 1985). One day, the pearl-diver Kino finds the greatest pearl in the world. The whole indian village thinks this is going to bring them all a longed wealth. But it does not go as they planned. It will enchant your mind as it will your heart. See what happens to Kino and Juana and how they learn that the worth of some things is beyond all price.

The Pearl book notes offer chapter summaries, analysis of major themes and characters, and more. Like all of Steinbeck’s works, The Pearl focused on a group of people that he had gotten to know personally and with whom he could relate. The struggles of Kino and Juana against an evil that threatened to destroy them was a theme that appealed to the writer and one that he could make his own. He also saw in the local narrative a kind of allegory and modern-day parable suitable for his times.

in particular, "Mysteries of the Talmud," New York Herald . 6 In addition to the appendix and notes thereto see New York Herald January 29. 1850. Wise noted a considerable number of misstatements in the work - Wise, of course, called them lies - and even truth, he felt, was too often misinterpreted. Wise was certainly correct about the misstatements; whether or not they were willful may be open to dispute.