The Man and the Sea

The Man and the Sea

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  • There once was a strange fisherman named Santiago. He did not have many friends besides the stars, the moon, the sun, and the creatures of la mar.
  • Why doesn't he just retire?
  • He's gone salao. He'll never catch a fish.
  • Oh, I thought he died.
  • But he did have the boy, and that was good enough for him. Santiago loved the boy, and the boy loved him.
  • "'Don't be shy, fish. eat them" (11).
  • "He was an old man who fished alone in a skiff in the Gulf Stream and he had gone eighty-four days now without taking a fish" (1).
  • I can do this all day, fish.
  • Many of the other fisherman made fun of Santiago for being "salao." Even the boy's parents forced Manilo to work on another boat.
  • The next day, the old man decided to go far out into the gulf to fish. He waited patiently, until finally a marlin picked at the bait.
  • He was able to hook the marlin, however, it was much more powerful that Santiago thought. As it swam away from shore, Santiago decided he catch the fish lest he die.
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