Theme, Claim & Author's Purpose TOMATS
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Theme, Claim & Author's Purpose TOMATS-Demotask Daniel Brewer November 13, 2017
The theme of the Old Man in the Sea is to never give up on something that is loved.
Its been a long time but I will not give up.
“‘I’m tireder than I have ever been, he thought, and now the trade wind is rising. But that will be good to take him in with. I need that badly’” (25 pdf).
Santiago goes on and on about how he is very tired but he is not going to give up on this fish. This relates to the theme because the old man loves fishing and really would love to catch this fish. He is able to because he never gave up on what he loved.
Ernest Hemingway's purpose for writing "The Old Man and the Sea" is to entertain. This is because Hemingway uses a lot of detail and different types of writing like similes and foreshadowing.
Ernest Hemmingway's purpose for writing The Old Man and the Sea was to entertain. This scene is just one of the many examples of entertainment because Hemmingway goes into great detail on the old man fighting the sharks and all the action involved.
If fisherman or people that really like the ocean were to read this story they would find it entertaining because they can relate to the story.
Person who enjoys the sea.
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