The Old Man And The Sea - Ernest Hemingway - Google книгиNo eBook available Amazon. I finished this earlier today and I have to say this was a wonderful little novella. I enjoyed it quite a great deal from beginning to end. Although it's sad and melancholy, it also happened to filled Read full review. I'm quite certain that speaking of this novella gave me a lower grade on my English Literature exam, as people find Hemingway dull and quite misogynistic.
The Old Man and the Sea
My favorite audio book to date, to me this is Hemingway's strongest and most eloquent work. It is the story of an aged Cuban fisherman, Santiago Read full review. A lot of my new GR friends have commented in their reviews about how this book was ruined by a high school or university teacher who beat them over the head with the symbolism. And that's a shame Amazing book
I read this for school which always makes me bitter. I was ready to dislike this book simply because I could be reading something I actually want to read and instead I have to read this. But hey, I Read full review. The Old Man and the Sea is a book about the journey of an old man trying to catch a giant marlin.
Having nothing to read I picked up my copy of Hemingway's "The Old Man and The Sea" to see how much I remembered of it from my speed-reading class in Not much, as it turns out.
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Having nothing to read I picked up my copy of Hemingway's "The Old Man and The Sea" to see how much I remembered of it from my speed-reading class in Not much, as it turns out. At the end of the I've been having a hard time deciding what to say about this novel. I had long heard it described as a masterpiece and a sweeping tale about human suffering and perseverance but I knew very little
Simple, gorgeous parable of the courage of persevering, a stark example of that old dictum that "man can be destroyed but never defeated". There is much to admire about this small, tight narrative Read full review. This is the first Hemingway book I've read. When reviewing a classic like The Old Man and the Sea, it's difficult to find something to say that hasn't already been said. This concise novella packs a punch in short pages. Santiago is the old