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The Good Guys Symbols The Bad Guys What happened? The StoryThemes
Gets poisoned with a capsule filled with powder A 100
Who is Coyotito? A 100
Flees because he kills a man A 200
Who is Kino? A 200
Uses her shawl as protection A 300
Who is Juana? A 300
Believes Kino and Juana are dead A 400
Who is Apolonia? A 400
Uses the saying, Go with God A 500
Who is Juan Tomas? A 500
Symbolizes racism B 100
Who is the doctor? B 100
Represents tradition B 200
What is the canoe? B 200
Represents evil and hurts Coyotito in the first chapter B 300
What is the scorpion? B 300
Fixes the market and represents greed B 400
Who are the pearl buyers? B 400
Represents Kinos emotions B 500
What are the songs? B 500
Wants to live in Paris C 100
Who is the doctor? C 100
Plays with a coin C 200
Who is the first pearl buyer? C 200
Thinks Coyotito is a baby coyote C 300
Who are the trackers? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Refuses Kinos eight small pearls C 400
Who is the doctor? C 400
Chase Kino and Juana up the mountain C 500
Who are the trackers? C 500
A story that teaches a lesson D 100
What is a parable? D 100
1500 pesos D 200
What is the best offer? D 200
Punches the front gate D 300
What is Kinos reaction to the doctor? D 300
He punches and kicks her D 400
What is Kinos reaction to Juana throwing away the pearl? D 400
Juana uses this to treat Coyotitos wound D 500
What is seaweed? D 500
Mexico E 100
What is the place? E 100
Kino does this to conceal himself from the trackers E 200
What is strips naked? E 200
Kino does this when he gets back to the village E 300
What is throw the pearl into the sea? E 300
How Kino hides the pearl E 400
What is buries it? E 400
Kino wants to purchase one of these E 500
What is a rifle? E 500
Kino vs. the doctor F 100
What is man vs. man? F 100
Coyotito vs. the scorpion F 200
What is man vs. nature? F 200
Kino vs. Kino F 300
What is man vs. self? F 300
Kino vs. the pearl F 400
What is Kino vs. Fate? F 400
A specific theme in the book which involves greed F 500
What is the destructive force of greed? F 500
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