‘The Pearl’ by John Steinbeck is easily the most delightful novella in American Literature. It is a small volume with great lessons narrated with splendid oratory.
Popular local folklore, Mexican socio-economics, politics, and the exploitation of the indigenous peoples by the colonialists give a strong historical context to Steinbeck’s ‘The Pearl’
‘The Pearl’ is rich with quotes that illustrate morals and drive home the themes of fate, greed, contentment, and the divide between good and evil. Explore the best quotes from the novella here.
The characters in John Steinbeck’s ‘The Pearl’ are strong personalities with fierce motivations, simple in some ways and complicated in other ways. Meet them here.
‘The Pearl’ by John Steinbeck is a short novel beautifully told in oratory style and laced with many lessons for readers and topics for critics.
‘The Pearl’ is about the transformational journey of Kino who finds a treasure that he believed would change his fortune. The change did occur but not in the way he would have envisaged or wished for.