Old Man and the Sea: Life Lessons

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Old Man and the Sea: Life Lessons

Sometimes accomplishing something is good enough, even if the evidence of it is destroyed.

Having a supporting friend can help your being and spirit.

Going out too far into the world can lead to regrets...

Relying on luck isn't always the best option; it can lead to dependence...

The Old Man&the Sea

Life Lessons

Persistance WILL lead to accomplishment.

"Then he said aloud, 'I wish I had the boy with me. To help me and see this...'" (Hemmingway 48)

"'I shouldn't have gone out so far, fish,' he said, 'Neither for you nor for me. 'I'm sorry fish.'"(Hemmingway 110)

"'How much did you suffer?''Plenty,' the old man said."(Hemmingway 126)

"He saw... his backbone and a dark mass of a head... and all the nakedness inbetween." (Hemmingway 121)

"'It is better to be lucky. But I would rather be exact. Then when luck comes you are ready.'"

Pictures Cited:Florez, Paul. “Santiago from the Old Man and the Sea.” Photograph. The Ink & Code. 16 June 2014. 30 May 2014.“Free Sharks and Fish Desktop Wallpaper.” Photograph. Page Resource. 30 May 2014. Friel, Dennis. “Triple.” Photograph. Marlin Mag. 11 Sept. 2013. 30 May 2014.“Palm Leaf.” Photograph. Wallpaper Tree. Web. 30 May 2014.


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