What does Coyotito symbolize?
Coyotito: Symbol of Innocence.
What does Coyotito name symbolize in the pearl?
Coyotito’s name, which literally means “little coyote” in Spanish, foreshadows this transformation throughout the novella.
What are the character traits of Coyotito in the pearl?
|Coyotito||Helpless and innocent Represents the future to Kino and Juana|
|Juan Tomas||Cautions and wise Supportive and loyal|
|Apolonia||Kind, dutiful wife|
Is Coyotito a boy?
Coyotito. Kino and Juana’s only son, who is stung by a scorpion while resting in a hammock one morning.
What are 3 symbols in the pearl?
The pearl starts off as a symbol of hope but soon turns into a symbol of evil, greed, and destruction.
What are the three symbols in the pearl?
- By Theme.
How is Coyotito’s death revealed?
Coyotito’s death is revealed when Kino and Juana walk into town with a small bundle with crusty blood.
How old was Coyotito in the pearl?
Coyotito’s age is not given, but we know that he is very young. He is a baby, definitely under two years old and likely under one.
Why did the doctor refuse to treat Coyotito in the pearl?
Why did the doctor refuse to treat Coyotito? The doctor refuses to treat Coyotito because Kino and Juana are poor and they didn’t have enough money to pay him, but instead offer him eight pearls.
Who shot Coyotito in the pearl?
The watchman decides to silence the wailer by shooting in the direction of the cry. Unbeknownst to Kino, the bullet hits and kills Coyotito.
Is the pearl evil or good?
Juana, glancing secretly at him, saw him smile. And because they were in some way one thing and one purpose, she smiled with him. The pearl is neither evil nor good. It is simply what the characters choose to see.
What is the message in the pearl?
The Pearl is a parable, a moral lesson, about gratitude and the dangers of greed. Because parables offer a moral lesson, being grateful for the things one already has serves as the theme.