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One man and his sea

Gordon S. Smith

One man and his sea

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Published by Hastings House in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Chatham (Mass.),
  • Massachusetts,
  • Cape Cod.
    • Subjects:
    • Bloomer, Harvey W.,
    • Lobster fisheries -- Massachusetts -- Cape Cod.,
    • Fishers -- Massachusetts -- Biography.,
    • Chatham (Mass.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGordon S. Smith, with photos. by the author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSH380.2.U6 S64 1978
      The Physical Object
      Pagination62 p. :
      Number of Pages62
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4729125M
      ISBN 100803853912
      LC Control Number78017131
      OCLC/WorldCa4004046


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He wrote to publisher Charles Scribner in October"This is the prose that I have been working for all my life that should read easily and simply and seem short and yet have all the dimensions of the visible world and the world of man's.

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The book The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway, is about an old man, Santiago, and his genuine fondness of the sea. Every day he travels out to sea to go fishing which is his occupation. Published: by Scribner (first published September 1st ) Setting: Cuba.

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He also earned the Award of Merit Medal for the Novel from the American Academy of Letters that same year. Ernest Hemingway won a Pulitzer and a Nobel prize for The Old Man and the Sea, and his novella is still regarded as a classic of world literature.

Yet the great American writer remained. The sea was very dark and the light made prisms in the water. The myriad flecks of the plankton were annulled now by the high sun and it was only the great deep prisms in the blue water that the old man saw now with his lines going straight down into the water that was a mile deep.

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In the critical essay, Hemingways Tragic Vision of Man, Clinton S. Burhans, Jr wrote how he and others authors. 4 of 5. What kind of fish does Santiago finally catch. A shark. A salmon. A swordfish. A marlin. 5 of 5. What kind of shark is the first to attack Santiago's boat after his big catch.

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And when the children of Israel had entered the sea, the. The Book of Genesis begins with two contradictory creation accounts ( and ). In the first, God created humans (male and female) after he finished making all of the other animals.

In the second, God made one man ("Adam") and then created all of the animals in order to find a helpmeet for Adam. The Old Man and the Sea Santiago again expresses his concept of oneness with the fish, after he has killed it, lashed itto the skiff and is heading toward land whatt does the old man.

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