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THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA Santiago 1general attitude toward life 1 Hope and confidence never goneP13 still young never old 1confidence based on knowing about himselfP23 based on the hand game---gloryP70 2hope silly sinP104 2 Faith we haveP11--- a in the discussion of baseball P17 b Faith that he could prove to the boy he was a strange old man P66 so although thousand time he had proved it meant nothing he continued proving it again c faith even to his cramped hand If I have to have itP60 2attitude toward suffering pain and loneliness During the struggle with marlin he suffered a lot physically cramped hand and backache etc and suffered a lot spiritually from the loneliness He and the fish were beyond all people in the world and no one to help either of us P50 He thought of the boy 7 times P45485051566283 1Pride and dignity 1pride despise all kinds of suffering try to exhibit his power over them to prove his promise to Manolin his confidence on himself show him P64P66 2Dignity Santiagos dignity as a human being is established by the code of values that he loves because he is a fisherman His last experience as a fisherman gains him his ultimate victory when he goes out and fights nature in the form of terrible creatures among them a marlin and sharks endure without complaining and admitting stoical indifferent to pain a not to think but only to endureP46 b pain does not matter to a manP84 I can control mineP88 c not admit the suffering at allP64 2Despairing courage Santiago is a man with a great pride and courage He proves this point through his statement But man is not made for defeat A man can be destroyed but not defeated P 103 It is despairing because although sometimes the old man knew it was destined or he couldnt change the situation
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