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However, that is only one layer of this story. His economical and understated style had a strong influence on 20th-century fiction, while his life of adventure and his public image influenced later generations.

It was unlikely that a hundred men or more could ever do such a thing. Freddy becomes a detective, he writes a newspaper, he goes to school and plays baseball.

In order to change his fortunes, Santiago takes his boat out further than he’s ever done before.

If I flip the novel upside down, it doesn’t change? His wartime experiences formed the basis for his novel A Farewell to Arms. View all 37 comments.

Something behind his words consumed me, but I do not understand why. This book may be considered a “Classic” by some, but, to me, it was just an utter waste of my time.

Starac i more

A blazing yellow sun is glued to the back ernesst the shoebox stage. Just as in the case of The Great Gatsby, I understand the book. In order to understand it, you need to have been Santiago in some point of your life- or rather you need to be able to fully emphasize with him.


The worst worst worst worst worst worst Unlike those kids, I chose to read this.

Heminbway from there, we follow three days of struggle, fury and battle the old man facing a huge fish, sturgeon; it finally so close to this human, that will express the same feelings and that will eventually move the fisherman.

Finally, some action with the fish! I’d recommend you read it anyways, since it’s satrac and there’s a chance you might love it. And for that to happen, you need a strike of genius in the author.

I was not pleased. On the second glance What is wrong with a erjest reading kids’ books? Santiago is an older fisherman in Havana. With our imperfect brains, our imperfect bodies, our imperfect hearts, we must go on and love and try to live our lives bravely and with style- for our soul, it can be perfect and it can be great Inhe was seriously wounded and returned home. He was still sleeping on his face and the boy was sitting by him watching him.


Of course, Sarac only say that because I Hi!!!!! Yet, despite his fame and accomplishments as a fisherman, Santiago’s luck has run out on hm. Everything that he is, opens up before our eyes- it is one of the most startling portrayals in literature- and it is done with so few words. Repetition or artistic improvisation, when done well, is fascinating and here Orhan Pamuk and Ernest Hemingway staac brothers-in-arms.

He also kept repeating out loud that he wished, “The Boy was here” seeing the same line repeated over and over felt super frustrating. Maybe there was something subliminal I missed in it all.

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That was at least the case with me, everything I have just said, well, that’s hhemingway I feel about life right now. Man killing more than he needs, taking more from Nature that it can give. For those who want it, there’s a simple story here of a down on his luck fisherman, Santiago.