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In the pearl, he saw how they were dressed--Juana in a shawl stiff with newness and a new skirt, and from under the long skirt, Kino could see that she wore shoes. It was in the pearl--the picture glowing there. He himself was dressed in new white clothes and he carried a new hat not of straw but of fine black felt and he too wore shoes not sandals but shoes that laced. But Coyotito he was the one he wore a blue sailor suit from the U.S. and a little yachting cap such as Kino had seen once when a pleasure boat put into the estuary.
He struck her in the face with his clenched fist and she fell among the boulders, and he kicked her in the side. In the pale light he could see the little waves break over her, and her skirt floated about and clung to her legs as the water receded.
He turned away from her and walked up the beach and through the brush line. His senses were dulled by his emotion. He heard the rush, got his knife out and lunged at one dark figure and felt his knife go home, and then he swept to his knees and swept again to the ground.
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