Where does santiago fish in old man and the sea?
i think that Hemingway called it old man and the sea is because the sea gave Santiago more of a struggle than the fish. the fish was a parralel to Santiago in that they both had to struggle and fail.i just think the sea was more symbolic than the fish.
He was born to fish so he can survive.
until one of them dies
because he wanted them to reproduce quicker
The fish is a Marlin, but it doesn't have a name except that Santiago considers it his brother and refers to it as "brother."
84 days he caught the Marlin fish on the 85th day .
It plays the role of a vehicle to carry Santiago out to sea to allow him to fish.
Manolin is the young boy who befriends Santiago (the old man) and helps him out by giving him food and bait to fish.
The Old Man and The Sea is set in Cuba, and Santiago fishes in the Gulf Stream The Old Man and The Sea is set in Cuba, and Santiago fishes in the Gulf Stream
the rising action is when the old man is out in the sea and continues to build up to the point where the old man loses the fish to he sharks Rising action:after 84 successive days without catching a fish,Santiago promises his former assistant,Manolin, that he will go "far out" into the ocean, the marlins take the bait,but Santiago is unable to reel him in, which leads to a struggle between the fisherman and the… Read More
santiago is the protagonist of the old man and the sea novel
"He was eighteen feet from nose to tail," the fisherman who was measuring him called. (5.6)
Santiago knows that the fish are getting tired because he is an experienced old fisherman and has been fishing in the same waters all his life. Hemmingway spells this out very early in the book.
Why doesn't Mandolin fish with Santiago anymore how does Santiago feel about this in The Old Man and the Sea?
because his parents didn't want him to fish with him anymore,also his parents thought he was bad luck resulting him fishing with another guy
Try Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea and Coelho's The Alchemist
The old Man and the Sea is not the only strugle of santiago but the struggle of gthe each human beings of the world. we face the struggle in our deaily life as the santiago face in the novel The Old Man and the Sea. Like santiago we have to fight with our destiny. with the positive courage we fight with our problem we get the solution in life.
The young boy in The Old Man and the Sea is Manolin. He and Santiago were good friends :)
he goes out to sea without without manolin and at his old age then he held nto the fish for about to 2 days at sea until he could tie it to the side of the boat
the sea bird circle the schools of fish and the old man knows where it is
Cause the jellyfish is dintless.
Indirect characterization, the traits of santiago come from the sea.
the lions represent the strength, poise and nobility that Santiago (the old man) wishes he could have.
1. Putting the bait in different depths. He knows the way or tricks to catch the fish.
No he is dreaming of the lions. It states it in the book clearly.
off the coast of Havana, Cuba in the 1940s
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The Old Man and the Sea is a story about a Cuban fisherman whose luck changes when a giant fish drags him out to sea. The Old Man and the Sea won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954.
The old man's name is Santiago, like the capital of Cuba in which the story took place .
Santiago hates the Portuguese man of war because it's poison would get on the fishing lines and give him welts and sores on his arms and hands.
The irony is that the tourists thought that the marlin santiago caught was actually a shark.
He shakes out shrimp to give him nourishment so he isn't weary.
Assuming you are referring to the book The Old Man and the Sea, Santiago kills the first shark that attacks his captured fish with a harpoon. He loses the harpoon, so he makes a makeshift harpoon tying a knife to an oar. He kills several more sharks with this harpoon.
This is the book called the old man and the sea, it written by Ernest Hemingway in the 1950's. It is about an old Cuban fisherman called Santiago who has a 3 day "battle" with a marlin before he manages to catch it but the marlin is then eaten by sharks as Santiago is taking it back to land. At the end of the novel it suggests that Santiago dies from the struggle with the… Read More
Hemingway may have been likened to his character in The Old Man in the Sea by his critics because of the length of time between For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940) and The Old Man and the Sea (1952), which was more than a decade. His critics considered him washed up and finished, much like the townsfolk thought of Santiago in the book. Santiago was an old fisherman who had gone nearly three months witout… Read More
Marlin ;The Old Man and the Sea is a novel written by American author Ernest Hemingway, in 1951 in Cuba. It was the last major work of fiction to be produced by Hemingway and published in his lifetime. One of his most famous works, it centers upon Santiago, an aging fisherman who struggles with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream.
Because he thought that Santiago was dead. That is not true. The quote says, "The boy saw that the old man was breathing and then he saw the old man's hands as he started to cry." So, he saw he was alive, then cried. I think he was crying because he knew the old man was old and would not be able to fish without the presence of the boy. Or he could be sad… Read More
St. James-one of Christ's disciples-and a fisherman by trade.
Marlin? It sounds like it's from 'The Old Man And The Sea', by Ernest Hemmingway.
No it was a Marlin.
the old man in the novel the old man and the sea
it was approximately 100 days
Who is Martin in The Old Man and the Sea I have to answer Describe the function of Martin proprietor of the Terrace in the novel in 3 paragraphs and I don't know who he is?
Martin is the man who works at the terrace. I believe he is mentioned in the very beginning and very end of the book. He gives the old man Santiago free coffee and comforts the eighteen-year-old boy when Santiago's skeleton of a fish arrives on their beach.
Christ symbol,lion symbol, moreover the boy as well as Santiago both stand as symbols.
Because he enjoys watching the game, and thinks it is very interesting. Like Santiago in the Old Man and the Sea
It means "Messiah". Manolin is Jesus and Santiago, "Saint", is Saint Peter
"The Old Man and the Sea" is about an old fisherman named Santiago who has had 84 days of bad luck at sea and been unable to catch anything. He even loses his helper over it because the boy's parents make him work for a more successful fisherman. On the 85 day Santiago goes out further and hooks a giant marlin that pulls him through the ocean for 2 days. On the 3rd day the… Read More
The line slipped off of the fish's back
Yes, he dies. This is inferred by the reader. Because of the conectedness he has between himself and the fish such as them both being in their own struggle, it symbolizes something. The fish dies after his great stuggle against the old man. Due to the conectedness, the old man also dies after his great struggle against the marlin and the sharks: nature. One event that forshadows his death is that he "spat out something… Read More
The proprietor of one of the local shops/taverns, I believe he is mentioned in the beginning and end of the book. He gave the old man Santiago free coffee and comforted Manolin at the end of the book.