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Kino visions a future for his family now that they have come upon riches. He visions his son, Coyotito, attending school and passing his knowledge to his parents. He visions new clothing and a wedding so that him and his wife can be married, for they were too poor to do so before he discovered the pearl. Although Kino is overjoyed, his wife, Juana, feels the opposite about their wealthy future.
Juana believes that this pearl will have a negative effect on their family. She wants to destroy the pearl so their family will be safe from those who might try to steal it. She realizes that the pearl has become a liability and warns Kino of the evil the pearl will bring and how it will destroy them. Juana takes the pearl during the night and attempts to throw it out into the ocean, only to be attacked by Kino.
Kino gets attacked during the night. He fights back and kills his attacker, unable to see who it was. He and his family flees the village and Kino and Juana's house is burned down.
Kino, Juana, and Coyotito escape into the mountains. While they are traveling, they spot trackers coming after them because of the man Kino killed, the pearl he posses, and because of the riches they will earn once they catch them. Kino much protect his family and kill the men.
Kino orders his wife to stay with Coyotito in a cave while he goes out and kills the trackers. Kino catches the men and kills them, but is unable to stop the bullet that shoots his son Kino in the head up in the cave.
Juana and Kino arrive back home. They agree to throw the pearl back into the sea because of the evil and sorrow it brought upon their family.
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