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The fight for Santiago

Bonsal, Stephen

The fight for Santiago

the story of the soldier in the Cuban campaign, from Tampa to the surrender

by Bonsal, Stephen

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Published by Doubleday & McClure Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Santiago Campaign, 1898

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Stephen Bonsal ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE717.1 .B72
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 543 p.
    Number of Pages543
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL528595M
    LC Control Number99000888
    OCLC/WorldCa7311132

    Santiago fights the mako, enduring great suffering, and eventually kills it with his harpoon, which he loses in the struggle. The great tear in the marlin's flesh releases the fish's blood and scent into the water, attracting packs of shovel-nosed sharks. The promise of triumph and regeneration is supported by the closing image of the book. For the third time, Santiago returns to his dream of the lions at play on the African beaches. As an image that recalls the old man’s youth, the lions suggest the circularity of life. They also suggest the harmony—the lions are, after all, playing—that.

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Azoy, A.C.M. (Anastasio Carlos Mariano), Signal ! the sea fight off Santiago. New York, D. McKay Co. []. Santiago knows that "bad time is coming" and soon more sharks would come. He encourages himself: "But man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated." He prepares himself for an unwinnable fight: "It is silly not to hope". After two hours a couple of "shovel-nosed sharks" attacked marlin. Santiago tied the knife to the oar.

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The Fight for Santiago: The Story of the Soldier in the Cuban Campaign, from Tampa to the Surrender Stephen Bonsal Doubleday & McClure Company, - Santiago Campaign, - pages.

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together with that of the nation in which it was founded. Santiago suffers terribly throughout The Old Man and the Sea. In the opening pages of the book, he has gone eighty-four days without catching a fish and has become the laughingstock of his small village.

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Santiago – Sharks Fight in Old Man and the Sea: When Santiago was happily sailing home with the marlin, a Mako shark was in pursuit of the big marlin.

It came following the blood of marlin. It “was built as a sword fish”. Its teeth “were shaped like a man’s fingers” with “razor-sharp cutting edges”. Santiago soon observed the. The marlin is more than a great fish locked in an evenly balanced and protracted battle with an accomplished fisherman.

It is also a creature onto whom Santiago projects the same qualities that he possesses, admires, and hopes to pass on: nobility of spirit, greatness in living, faithfulness to one's own identity and ways, endurance, beauty, and dignity. 'A man can be destroyed but cannot be defeated'.

It is in his spirits that he gets ready to fight against more sharks. Important Topics from the novel the old man and the sea 1. The old man and the sea short Summary 2. The Oldman (Santiago) is an experienced fisherman. Discuss. Describe Santiago's struggle against the Marlin 4.

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