The Old Man and the Sea Essay | Man's Place within Nature; The Old Man and the Sea

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Man's Place within Nature; The Old Man and the Sea

Summary: Themes expressed in the novel the Old Man and the Sea written by Ernest Hemingway.It displays qualities of pride, honour, bravery towards nature.
The novel, The Old Man and the Sea written by Ernest Hemingway, explores many themes. The novel displays qualities of pride, honor, and bravery. It also gives us a feeling of struggle, defeat and death. Most importantly, it explains a man's place within nature. The book explains Santiagos's character as being an old man who is one within nature. He has a connection with the sea and the creatures of the sea. He sees the fish as his brothers. He always plays fair and takes the life of the fish into consideration. He never lets the fish go without a battle. I think he shows the true meaning of how the bond between man and nature should be.

Santiago is at one with the sea and the fish. "Never have I seen a greater, or more beautiful, or a calmer...

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