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Chris Pilgrim Old Man And The Sea Visual 11/14/17
The theme of Old Man and the Sea, by Ernest Hemingway is to show strength through the hard times because persistence pays off positively.
Santiago declares, “‘[i]t is not bad…[a]nd pain does not matter to a man’” (23). Hemingway, Ernest. The Old Man and the Sea. New York: Scribner, 1952. PDF. Santiago is not letting the pain of the cuts on his hands stop him from reaching his goal of getting that fish
Hemingway's purpose for writing was to persuade his audience that people should believe in themselves.
The bird represents believing in yourself b/c when he was tired he fearlessly perched near Santiago, in the middle of the ocean.
The other fishermen represent the audience b/c, just like Hemingway, Santiago had something to prove to someone.
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