Book Report on "The Oold Man and the Sea"
"The Old Man and the Sea"
Ernest Hemingway, 128 pages,
published by Charles Scribner
Santiago, an old and unsuccessful fisherman, found a sense of pride and his own type of heroism in a long battle against a marlin. Santiago's wife had died years before and his only friend was a young boy named Manolin. Manolin was also a fisherman and had once worked with Santiago, but his parents made him leave to find a more successful and more lucky fishing boat. Santiago was lonely; his only friend was the sea. In this book, the sea is characterized as a woman. …
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