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And while with some other authors I don’t like I am still able to see how others might like them, I still don’t get how anybody would want to read this. Maybe there was something subliminal I missed in it all. While I had sympathy for Santiago, the Old Man of ernet title – he was desperately poor, lonely and had had bad luck in not catching any fish for nearly three months – I disliked the whole premise of the heroic man battling and trying to overcome nature.

View all 17 comments. Inhe married Hadley Gemingway, the first of his four wives.

Also read the lst line of this bookdreaming about roaring lionsimplies undefeated mind ready for glorious adventure in life!. He had lost control of his mind and his material even before the infamous series of devastating shock treatments, and when he killed himself he must have felt he had died long before.

The worst worst worst worst worst worst You start with a pin prick of a view that widens and opens out into a wide vista giving you a clear view of the clutter of human ethos.


The very old often have the kind of patience that we regular adults lack because of our jobs, our duties, etc. Inhe married Hadley Richardson, the first of his four wives. Boys will be boys. I was disappointed and annoyed.

Is there erneest moral? I’d recommend you read it anyways, since it’s short and there’s a chance you might love it. Santiago knows the skills, but lacks the fate, he is not to take the biggest catch of his life home, albeit his struggle of three days with mighty Marlin.

Is it appropriate for my six year old?

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We are making a grave mistake by pushing the elderly away instead of integrating them in our societies. It was excellently written in a writing uemingway. But his experience in war and his courageous survival turned him in to one of the greatest authors in American literature and a Nobel laureate. Because it is all Erneest have left.

It made the boy sad to see the old hemingqay come in each day with his skiff empty and he always went down to help him carry either the coiled lines or the gaff and harpoon and the sail that was furled around the mast.

I know what it is to feel yourself balances between the sky and the sea, I know the lure of the sea, its might and its cruelty. They were the only thing left to bless in this forsaken place, he thought—at least until she set foot on the continent.

starav I figured it was symbolism. It seems the boy is more motivated to be a fisherman. Ernest Miller Hemingway was an American author and journalist.


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Hemingway was raised in Oak Park, Illinois. It is impossible to describe the atmosphere within this tale. Yes I understand it is a classic, and just like “The Great Gatsby”, people will love it, I simply disliked it, but I do see its merit. While looking online to see if I was right, I found out that Ernest never met to imply an symbolism in his novel. On a second reading, however, my view changed and I ended up loving it.

Starac i more

While he loved the marlin and called him brother, Santiago admits to killing it for pride, the excitement that stirs, the blood that rushes through those old veins while battling the mighty antagonist is unshakably nothing else, than a notion of pride.

Much is like aging. And so goes the steady build of this story.

A piece of writing – a prose story or a poem – kore great because it has no single, fixed, literal meaning that forbids imagination. Two things for me proved to be annoying.

It was simple, without any elegant prose, but it was somehow beautiful.

You don’t want to read Tortilla Flat.