Santiago is a very exceptional man and he stands for all things good. In addition, they add feeling, make the book more realistic, and improve the overall quality of this tragic yet triumphant story. It is a story about an old Cuban fisherman and his three-day battle with a giant Marlin. Santiago senses his place in nature. Poor and proud, Santiago strives daily to live his life of a fisherman to set examples of notable morals and values. He believed in taking risks and acting upon instinct. He has went eighty four days without catching a single fish.
In this case the character Santiago surpasses many hardships while being courageous, brave and a friend. Yet the most insightful commentary has gravitated invariably toward biblical, natural, and classical imagery in the novel. Santiago has admiration for that fish that when he hurts his hand, while holding on to the fishing line, he never let go even with the pain and blood in his hand. The old man was a brave young man, and even in his old age he still shows the same kind of courage, which is to never to give in to fear. Along with the heroic themes, Hemingway had become a religious Catholic man growing up and decided to include many religious references and biblical allusions. Only I have no luck anymore.
He is a young boy who follows Santiago and listen to his wisdom. The old man also sees the great DiMaggio as a man with plenty of honor, on how he can still play baseball even with the pain in his foot. Besides, almost every story of the author is full of symbolical details that can be decoded only after a careful reading. In the novella, the old man, Santiago and the young boy Manolin has a relationship that goes for beyond friendship. Hemingway is quoted as saying that he got into the habit of counting words during his time as a reporter.
I did that for roughly fifteen minutes. Explain how Hemingway's life influenced this book. For three days Santiago holds on to the fishing line, even though it hurts him badly: cuts deeply into his palms, causes crippling cramps and ruins his back, but his pride is what enables him to endure the rough pain and finish the fight with the marlin. Known mainly for his success in writing the critically acclaimed novel, The Old Man and the Sea, Hemingway had many symbolic meanings instituted throughout this novel and many other works. At the end the reader may realize that life, like the book; may not have a happy ending where everything goes according to plan, but the reader could learn from Santiago that even if all his hard works reward was taken from him he still has the power to continue on with his life.
He never gives in to adversity or refuses a good opponent. In the novel, The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway creates connections between Santiago and Jesus Christ that adds religious coloration to the story. Santiago struggles with nature in order to catch the giant marlin in the Gulf Stream. Santiago is a great example of that type of man, in the book he is shown in some problematical conditions in each he could have easily given up. In the short story, A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, Hemingway exposes the attributes of his characters through narration and dialogue.
Courage is difficult mental and moral qualities to withstand, the old man does this very well. Santiago just lets the criticism pass him by because he is confident that the fish of his lifetime is coming soon. When one has ambition to obtain his goals even through strenuous journeys, he might be more likely to achieve his goals. His relationship with the boy is one of great importance in The Old Man And The Sea. The word lovely is best associated with beauty and goodness while cold can be best related to darkness and death.
In, The Old Man and the Sea, Hemingway conveys his opinions and his own life through themes and symbolism in the book. His sense of pride would not let him be defeated by the villagers and certainly not out on the boat while wrangling with the marlin for so long. Santiago finally gets the repect from his community. More than just setting, the sea plays an important role in the novella, assuming a character of its own. This includes action, life, happiness, and unhappiness just as Aristotle says. Several books of his were published after death. Santiago read to the boy about baseball.
It is performed and ensured with the capacity of the understanding of the themes and all brightness. The old man stated that he was not a religious person, but still he prayed to god so that he may catch a fish. They are unlikely companions; one is old and the other young, yet they. There are classics such as The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway and Lord of the Flies by William Golding, that show a very clear line that divides man from nature, and how nature is for the most part the enemy. They symbolize and exemplify the damaging laws of the universe and validate the way that those laws can be risen above just when equivalents battle until the very end. The story of a battle between an experienced fisherman, a marlin, and the struggles the old man has to overcome to be victorious.