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The Pearl

The Pearl

  

by John Steinbeck

The Pearl: Diamonds are Forever True or False

1. Whose speech is "holier than thou"? -> Priest's
2. What could you say after seeing the doctor's house? -> He clearly treats the indigent
3. The doctor's servant refuses to speak in which language? -> Old
4. The language of the natives is -> Loud
5. What is the irony of Kino's name? -> He is named for a missionary; yet, he is the victim of colonization

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