- 1 How is a canoe a bulwark against starvation?
- 2 What does Kino’s canoe represent?
- 3 What happened to Kino’s canoe in the Pearl?
- 4 What does Juana pray for while in the boat?
- 5 What happens to Coyotito at the end of chapter 2?
- 6 Why does Kino howl the pearl?
- 7 What is the canoe a symbol of?
- 8 Why is Kino’s canoe so special to him?
- 9 What caused the damage to Kino’s canoe?
- 10 Why did Juana immediately forgive Kino?
- 11 Why did Kino kill the man?
- 12 What does Juana do with the dead man’s body?
- 13 Does Juana pray to God that Coyotito gets healthy?
- 14 Why will it not matter that Kino killed the man in self defense?
- 15 What happens to Kino at the end of Chapter 4?
How is a canoe a bulwark against starvation?
How is a canoe a bulwark against starvation? A canoe is a bulwark against starvation because the family has the power to control whether they catch their food or not. Kino wants his food everyday so he goes out with his canoe everyday to get his daily food supply. You just studied 8 terms!
What does Kino’s canoe represent?
Kino’s Canoe A means of making a living—both pearls and food —that has been passed down for generations, the canoe that Kino uses represents his link to cultural tradition.
What happened to Kino’s canoe in the Pearl?
Unfortunately, one of Kino’s enemies ruined his sacred canoe to prevent him from fleeing the village. Kino then runs towards his house and discovers that it is on fire. Juana ends up meeting him with Coyotito in her arms and says that the entire house was ransacked before their enemies set it ablaze.
What does Juana pray for while in the boat?
15) What does Juana pray for as they set out in the canoe? She prays directly for Coyotito to recover. She prays that they will be safe in the boat. She prays that they find a pearl to pay the doctor with.
What happens to Coyotito at the end of chapter 2?
Juana rests Coyotito upon the blanket and places her shawl over him to protect him from the sun. She then wades into the water and collects some seaweed, which she applies gently to Coyotito’s wound.
Why does Kino howl the pearl?
Ironically, out of the pain of the oyster, there emerges one of nature’s beautiful objects — the pearl. Kino, out of joy over the pearl and because of his joy over Coyotito’s recovery, lets out a howl so loud that the rest of the pearl divers race to his boat.
What is the canoe a symbol of?
The canoe is also a symbol and tool of sovereignty, resurgence, and resilience for Indigenous peoples. Today, Indigenous nations are reclaiming the canoe through canoe-building and paddling their ancestral trails.
Why is Kino’s canoe so special to him?
Kino’s Canoe Symbol Analysis Passed down through three generations, the canoe symbolizes for Kino the tradition and culture of his ancestors. Its importance to him demonstrates how much Kino values both his ancestry and the ability to provide for his family.
What caused the damage to Kino’s canoe?
The wounds in the boat are an insult to his family and culture as well as damage to his property and harm to his livelihood. One reason that Kino’s canoe is so precious to him is because it was handed down to him from his father (and grandfather.)
Why did Juana immediately forgive Kino?
Why does Juana immediately forgive Kino for his treatment of her? She knows she could not survive without him. What happened to Kino after he left Juana on the beach? He was ambushed, and he killed the attacker.
Why did Kino kill the man?
Once he crosses the line from defender to aggressor, Kino suddenly finds himself with nothing to gain and everything to lose. After Kino kills a man, the thought of improving his family is lost—the only thing that remains is to save himself and his family.
What does Juana do with the dead man’s body?
As Kino drives his knife into one of his attackers, the men knock the pearl from his grasp. In the next instant, Juana realizes that Kino has killed the man slumped by his side. Juana drags the dead body into the brush and then helps Kino, who moans about losing his pearl.
Does Juana pray to God that Coyotito gets healthy?
Instead of praying for Coyotito to heal magically, which seems an impossible occurrence, Juana prays for Kino to find a pearl large enough to pay for the doctor’s services, an occurrence that is only improbable.
Why will it not matter that Kino killed the man in self defense?
Why will it not matter that Kino killed the man in self-defense? It will not matter because Kino is a poor person and no wealthy people support him. This signifies that the person coming after them it downright evil and wants to completely destroy Kino and his family.
What happens to Kino at the end of Chapter 4?
Kino declares the buyers are cheats, and Juan affirms that they have been cheated all their lives. He is worried for Kino’s safety, and leaves him with “Go with God.”