In what ways is the canoe valuable?
what is meant by and the people of the Gulf expected all places were that way....?
why did Juana remedy lack the doctor's authority?
The Pearl by john steinback
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1." Kino and Juana came slowly down to the beach and to Kino's canoe, which
was the one thing of value he owned in the world. It was very old.
Kino's grandfather had brought it from Nayarit, and he had given it to
Kino's father, and so it had come to Kino. It was at once property and
source of food, for a man with a boat can guarantee a woman that she
will eat something. It is the bulwark against starvation."
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