Character Analysis of Kino from "The Pearl"
Kino, a character from the story "The Pearl," is a prime example of a developing character. From the start through to the end, he develops drastically. At the beginning, he was thought out to be a good loyal husband but as time went on he became a selfish, greedy person who would do anything for money.
When the story began Kino seemed to be a good husband who
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at the pearl and began to realize the effect it had on him, his family, and his village, and decided to throw it back into the ocean where it came from.
Kino has paid a large price to learn such a valuable lesson, that we should not let greed and our want for something to overcome us and let us lose sight of the important things in life such as family, health, and life itself.