the old man and the sea - part 2
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“I wish I had the boy.” (pg. 24)
"But you haven’t got the boy, he thought. You have only yourself and you had better work back to the last line now, in the dark or not in the dark..." (pg. 24)
"He did not want to look at the fish. He knew that half of him had been destroyed. The sun had gone down while he had been in the fight with the sharks." (pg. 57)
“Now we fish together again.” (pg. 62 - response 1) “The hell with luck,” the boy said. “I’ll bring the luck with me.” (pg. 62 - response 3)
“No. I am not lucky. I am not lucky anymore.” (pg. 62 - response 2)
Manolin's skill and his comforting company are missed by the old man. Santiago wishes that he would return to helping him on his boat.
After a grueling day and night in battle with these sea creatures, Santiago was alas beat out by a few sharks that decided to feed on his golden fish.
Santiago had barely made it back to his shack the night before. Manolin came by the next morning and found him sound asleep. When the old man awoke, the boy explained to him that the coast guard was searching for him throughout the night. Everyone from town was impressed by the size of the fish. They both gladly agree to start fishing together again. Santiago soon falls asleep once again.
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