The Old Man and the Sea Visual Aid
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Sean Quinn Old Man and the Sea Visual aid November 13, 2017
In The Old Man of the Sea the theme is to not get discouraged, not to give up, and realize that success is not always guaranteed.
“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 it as long as he can, he thought” (14).
“He saw the white naked line of his backbone and the dark mass of the head with the projecting bill and all the nakedness between” (34).
By going eight-four days without a fish he could've became very discouraged, but he stayed confident and kept trying. He wants all of us to know to keep going and don't get discouraged
When he hooked the huge marlin, he was determined to catch it and wasn't going to give up no matter what. By saying this he wants us to know to never give up no matter how hard it is
The sharks ate the marlin before he got back home. This represents no matter how hard you try there will always be failures at some point. Because of this he shows that in life not everything is going to go the way you imagined.
The authors purpose in The Old Man of the Sea was to entertain people and to show Hemmingways life through a fictional character.
Because of the advneture the old man experienced at sea makes this an enertaining story
The intended audience is teens and adults represented the boy and old man.
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