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  • Jay Brant StoryBoard DT November 13, 2017
  • The theme of the Old Man and the Sea is that giving up hope is a bad idea because he eventually hooks the fish that he’s been dreaming about for his entire life, he learned a lot throughout the journey, and in the end he’s happy with the overall outcome.
  • “‘The breeze was fresh now and he sailed on well. He watched only the forward part of the fish and some of his hope returned. It is silly not to hope, he thought. Besides I believe it is a sin.’” (PDF Pg. 29) These lines state perfectly that he believes that it is pointless not to have hope and he also believes it is a sin. This hope that he never loss came through to the end and had a overall good experience on the expedition into the vast ocean. 
  • The author’s purpose for writing The Old Man and the Sea was to entertain with a subjectively decent story and to prove the people wrong that think he has lost his way of writing.
  • My reason for choosing this purpose is because in his biography he states that he has lost everything and that people have given up on him. Also, it doesn’t really inform or persuade so I think that on face value it was made to entertain.
  • Hhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaa…nerd
  • I'm gonna get you for this!
  • Hhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaa…nerd
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  • You were right! :(
  • xD
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