The Old Man and the Sea Essay | "Old Man and the Sea"

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"Old Man and the Sea"

Summary: The novel "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway demonstrates Santiago meeting all the characteristics of a strong male. Santiago's physical strength helps him to achieve the goals he sets for himself. He has shown that although an old man, he still possesses enough strength to catch the biggest fish of his career.
Santiago, the leading character in the novel, "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway is noticeably seen by the reader as a physically strong male. Santiago is an old man, however is able to overcome daily challenges with the same effectiveness and at the same pace as someone half his age. At all times Santiago demonstrates his control of the circumstances in which he is a part of by refusing to rely on others to support him. The relationship between the marlin and Santiago represents battle to remain in control. Throughout the novel, Santiago is faced with drastic emotional strain and emotionally damaging situations, however he always overcomes them by returning to the sea where he feels at home. Strength is a characteristic that typically the male gender has and in the novel "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest...

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