How Kino Changes Throughout The Peal, by John Steinbeck
" 'The doctor would not come,' Kino said to Juana" (Pg. 7). "He could hear Juana whispering the old magic again, and he could hear the evil music of the enemy. He could not move until the scorpion moved, and it felt for the source of the death that was coming to it" (Pg. 5).
"He spoke softly, 'We will be married- in the church' " (Pg. 24). "He put back his head and howled. His eyes rolled up and he screamed and his body was rigid" (Pg. 20).
"Now Kino's face was perplexed and worried. 'It is the Pearl of the World," he cried" (Pgs. 49 and 50). "Kino's face grew dark and dangerous" (Pg. 50).
" 'I was attacked,' Kino said uneasily. 'I struck to save my life' " (Pg. 61). "But Kino had become as cold and deadly as steal" (Pg. 87).
" 'You must go up there. Perhaps they will not find us there,' he said" (Pg. 81). "In Kino's ears the Song of the Family was as fierce as a cry" (Pg. 89).