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has anyone read the pearl by john steinbeck?

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I havent.
do you know who has?
Nah but I posted your link in chats.. so you might find someone.

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spark notes has
Ohh yeah.. Sparknotes is the best!
i know that. but i need help other than that
@Agent_Sniffles ikr it has saved me so many times
@raleung2 what do you mean ??? :)
i am writing a bio poem on kino and i have to outline but i need help tp finish it.
like proof reading ??
nope. i need to make a biopoem and i have to guidelines to make it. its going to be about kino from the story.
hummmm um sorry man i have not read it so i don't know :(
maybe you shooed ask the people on writing
maybe you shood ask people on some kind of a reading form

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