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The Old Man and the Sea

Summary: The book The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway tells a tale of an old man, Santiago, and the experience he has while trying to catch a fish. This fish, is one of the biggest fish anyone has ever seen. What makes the book so intriguing is not the methods that Santiago used to catch the fish, but his emotions and attitude for the fish.
The book The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway tells a tale of an old man, Santiago, and the experience he has while trying to catch a fish. This fish, is one of the biggest fish anyone has ever seen. What makes the book so intriguing is not the methods that Santiago used to catch the fish, but his emotions and attitude for the fish. Santiago shows true evidence of all three aspects of Hemingway's personal code, Grace Under Pressure, will, endurance and pride.

The first part of Grace Under Pressure is will, the desire to achieve a goal. The Old Man had will. He had not caught a fish for over eighty days and he needed to break this unlucky streak. So the Old Man decides to go far out, father then he has ever gone before, which is where one...

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