A. As lottery winner, who would have known that depression would have been through her mind? Well then yet again she was, 16 years old. Callie with her fairytales and not knowing that everything comes to an end, bought 4 properties for herself and family, cars, gifts, and expensive clothing’s. The end came and the depression escalated to attempt to commit suicide three times. “She frittered the money away and became so depressed she even attempted suicide three times.” (1st paragraph) Callie may relate to Kino because Kino found the pearl and he may later on the chapter waste its fortune. Kino is already planning on what he’s going to spend his money on.
B. There is basically nobody to blame because she lost the money to gain a family. I’ve always preferred family over money, and she got a bonus which is maturity. “For the first time in my life I really do feel like I have won the lottery.” Having twins is a privilege and she has realized money is nothing when you can’t save it or spend it on the people who you truly love.
C. The person who is to blame for the misfortune in the novel is really not a person but an object. Kino felt blessed that he found the pearl but to me he found the devil within itself. Kino has now become the most known in the city, and not really for a good thing. Several people like doctor has more eyes on the pearl more than they to cure his son.
D. What was Callie definition of happiness at first? Well at first Callie definition of “happiness” was the money, the cars, the houses, the jewelry, etc. As she has gotten older and has lost all of her fortune, she has discovered the true meaning behind “happiness” and to her its family, with a “loving relationship with the father of her babies.” (3rd paragraph) she has learned that the only thing money can’t buy you is happiness. “I’ve learned that money can’t buy you happiness.” (2nd paragraph) Callie has learned the true definition of happiness and life in my opinion....