The Old Man and the Sea

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Without their views Santiago would be little more than a lucky old fisherman. Santiago has a resolute grip upon reality and lives by it. He sees himself as a man with little direction but enough determination and experience to live. He chose not to see what others thought but instead lived by how he perceived the world...
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His constant struggles and his persistent resolve to overcome the marlin and himself show his earnest desires to live and fish. The boy is a crucial element to Santiago’s world. Manolin is always at the edge of Santiago’s mind when he thinks of convenience. At times with the fish, Santiago thinks to the boy and then to his own lack of ability...
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