Old Man and the Sea

Old Man and the Sea

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  • "'Come on and eat.  You can't fish and not eat'" (Hemingway 19).
  • Thank you, boy.  You are too kind
  • Old Man, please let me go buy you some food.  You have gone 84 days without catching a fish and you are about to go out to sea.
  • I can't pull this fish up.  How big could it possibly be?  It is pulling my skiff away from home.
  • "'What a fish,' he said. 'He has it sideways in his mouth and he is moving off with it'" (Hemingway 43)
  • The marlin won't come up, but now, at least I have this dolphin for food until it does.  Marlin, I will battle you until I die, but I will kill you.  That is a promise.
  • "'Fish,' he said, 'I love you and respect you very much. But I will kill you dead before the day ends'" (Hemingway 54).
  • "'I am a tired old man. But I have killed this fish which is my brother and now I must do the slave work'" (Hemingway 94).
  • Finally, the fish has come up and I have killed it, but now there is all of this blood in the water.  Sharks...
  • "The shark was not an accident. He had come up from deep down in the water as the dark cloud of blood had settled and dispersed in the mile deep sea" (Hemingway 100).
  • How many sharks will keep coming?  I am weak, and I cannot fight them for much longer.
  • "Up the road, in his shack, the old man was sleeping again. He was still sleeping on his face and the boy was sitting by him watching him.  The old man was dreaming about the lions" (Hemingway 127).
  • Let him rest!  He is tired and weak!
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