“And the music of the pearl rose like a chorus of trumpets in his ears.”
"It was as large as a sea-gull's egg." Page 26. This is how big the pearl was when Kino opened it. He says is was a very large pearl
“Its warm lucence promised a poultice against illness and a wall against insult.”
"He was an animal now, for hiding, for attacking, and he lived only to preserve himself and his family." Page 69. This quote is a metaphor because it is comparing Kino to an animal who protects his family.
An object or objects that represent an entire system of ideas.
The scorpion symbolizes evil because Coyotito was stung in Chapter 1 and scorpions are generally thought of as evil. This starts destruction in the family which leds to Kino's accidents.
To show or indicate beforehand
“…and his mind could hardly make the leap -–a rifle – but why not, since he was so rich. And Kino saw Kino in the pearl, Kino holding a Winchester carbine…’A rife,” he said. ‘Perhaps a rife.’
Giving human characteristics or feelings to nonhuman creatures, inanimate objects, or abstract ideas.
“…the nerves of the town were pulsing and vibrating with the news.”