- 1 Why does the old man think he will catch a fish the next day?
- 2 What does the fish do to the old man how does the old man feel about this?
- 3 What are Santiago’s thoughts once the fish starts pulling his skiff?
- 4 What did the other fishermen think of the old man in the Old Man and the Sea?
- 5 Why does the boy cry at the end?
- 6 What second fish did the old man catch and what will he do with it?
- 7 Why did Santiago finally lose hope?
- 8 Why did Santiago lose all hope?
- 9 What is the saddest thing the old man ever saw at sea?
- 10 Why does Santiago now regret killing the fish?
- 11 Why does Santiago want to kill the fish?
- 12 What does Santiago feel beat him does Manolin agree?
- 13 What is the theme of Old Man and the Sea?
- 14 Why do boys love Santiago?
- 15 Why did Manolin leave Santiago?
Why does the old man think he will catch a fish the next day?
Santiago hopes that the fish will jump, because its air sacs would fill and prevent the fish from going too deep into the water, which would make it easier to pull out.
What does the fish do to the old man how does the old man feel about this?
The old man thinks that the fish is killing him, and admires him for it, saying, “I do not care who kills who.” Eventually, he pulls the fish onto its side by the boat and plunges his harpoon into it. The fish lurches out of the water, brilliantly and beautifully alive as it dies.
What are Santiago’s thoughts once the fish starts pulling his skiff?
He thinks that the fish’s back cannot feel as bad as his does but that he has made all possible preparations and that the fish cannot pull the skiff forever. Santiago vows to stay with the fish until he’s dead and then recognizes that the fish will do the same with him.
What did the other fishermen think of the old man in the Old Man and the Sea?
What did the other fishermen think of the old man? Although most fishermen would make fun of Santiago, the others would feel sorry for him. Also when Manolin asks what there is to eat the old man says yellow rice with fish even though there is no yellow rice with fish.
Why does the boy cry at the end?
It is specifically when Manolin sees the appearance of Santiago that he begins to cry, so overwhelmed by emotion that he does not attempt to hide his tears when he sees other fishermen: The boy saw that the old man was breathing and then he saw the old man’s hands and he started to cry.
What second fish did the old man catch and what will he do with it?
What second fish did the old man catch, and what will he do with it? He caught a dolphin and saved it to eat later. Santiago tries to justify killing the big fish by thinking of how many people he will feed.
Why did Santiago finally lose hope?
Why did Santiago finally lose hope? He lost hope because the sharks ate basically all the meat on the fish.
Why did Santiago lose all hope?
Why did Santiago finally lose hope? The sharks ate the MEAT of the fish. The sharks just ate it and he went out to far.
What is the saddest thing the old man ever saw at sea?
The male fish always let the female fish feed first and the hooked fish, the female, made a wild, panic-stricken, despairing fight that soon exhausted her, and all the time the male had stayed with her That was the saddest thing I ever saw with them, the old man thought.
Why does Santiago now regret killing the fish?
Santiago regrets having had to kill it but takes pride in his landing of the fish, in spite of the difficulties and pain he experienced. You did not kill the fish only to keep alive and to sell for food, he thought. You killed him for pride and because you are a fisherman.
Why does Santiago want to kill the fish?
Readers may find it odd that Santiago wants to kill a fish that he claims to love and respect. However, his respect comes from the fact that he has never come across a fish so strong or clever, and he values his self-respect as a fisherman more than he values the life of the fish.
What does Santiago feel beat him does Manolin agree?
Santiago says that the sharks beat him, and Manolin insists that he will work with the old man again, regardless of what his parents say.
What is the theme of Old Man and the Sea?
”The Old Man and the Sea ” is a story that celebrates strength, wisdom, and, above all, friendship. We learn about the hardships Santiago faces as an aging fisherman who struggles through repeated streaks of bad luck.
Why do boys love Santiago?
Santiago makes the boy feel capable, and Manolin thinks the old man is “the best fisherman”, far better than the “many good fishermen and some great ones” of which he knows. Manolin is obedient to his father, but it is Santiago whom he loves.
Why did Manolin leave Santiago?
Santiago, an old fisherman, has gone eighty-four days without catching a fish. For the first forty days, a boy named Manolin had fished with him, but Manolin’s parents, who call Santiago salao, or “the worst form of unlucky,” forced Manolin to leave him in order to work in a more prosperous boat.