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Summary of "The Old Man and the Sea" by Hemmingway.
An old Cuban fisherman named Santiago had gone fishing for eighty-four days in the Gulf Stream and still had no catch. He had become the laughingstock of his village. His apprentice Manolin, a boy, accompanied him half throughout his journey although his parents ordered him to transfer boats because of their belief the Santiago is unlucky. Yet still, the boy helped Santiago bring in his boat every day.
He then mentioned to Manolin that tomorrow, he will go far out to the Gulf and fish. As a reflex, Manolin suggested that he would have his boat near Santiago so he will be able to help…
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