Because he avoids death, torture and unnecessary deception, there is nothing to stain Prospero's long trek to return to civilization. He has given Ferdinand love, Alonso his son and recognition of his deeds, and Caliban a lesson in obedience. Thus, the long-suffering magician is able to reconcile morally with himself. PEER FEEDBACK Very precise and well-organized, although it doesn't address every aspect of the question.
He never gives into fear or complaint no matter what his predicament is. Santiago never complains about anything that happens to him. First off, he doesn’t complain about his bad luck of not catching fish. He also doesn’t complain or use his injured hand as an excuse. The ability to not complain certainly takes courage, but not the kind of courage that Santiago exhibits throughout the rest of the book.
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Recent offshore studies have shown that sharks are, in fact, extrem... ... middle of paper ... ...ba diving, I read countless articles about sharks, monitor shark tracking’s and even watch shark films. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion about sharks; some people have been mistaken as a source of food while others simply don’t like sharks. For the sharks sense of not knowing these marvelous creatures have been and continue to be brutally punished for trying to live. Sharks have been on this earth longer than any human has and still to this day they remain helpful in cleaning up our ecosystem. I hope that the information contained in this essay inspires curiosity about sharks and awakens respect and care for one of the magnificent, most ancient creatures of an ever-evolving sea.
Sebastian Moran didn’t mind the older kitchen items, seeing as he was the only one that actually cooked. What did bother him though, was the two proscription pill containers laying on their sides without the majority of their contents. Strewn across the edge of the normally neat and orderly table were two orange containers, their lids missing along with most of their contents. A few stray pills peppered the table here and there. He knew at first glance who they belonged to, being a reasonably healthy man he didn’t take much of anything aside from an aspirin occasionally.
Among the many critters observed including sea cucumber, jellyfish, clam worms, etc. the most interest/fascinating for me was the nudibranch and the shield limpet. My sister, the scientists and I spotted this little critter called a nudibranch in a tide pool.The nudibranch was fairly small, one to two inches long. Its coloring was much like that of a tigers, orange tentacles with black stripes. Afterwards, we headed back to the rendezvous point for lunch.
There is no one worthy of eating him fromâ€¦his behaviourâ€¦his great dignity" (Hemingway, 75). Although he is attempting to kill the marlin, it is obvious from the way Santiago speaks that he still has a lot of admiration for the fish. This pride in one's task but respect of the opponent is one of the primary components of Hemingway's "code of behavior." Furthermore, when Santiago has used up all of his weapons in attempts to defeat the sharks, he says in his mind, "Now it is over. They will probably hit me again.
During this national day people celebrate America’s independence. This film is still such a popular film because sharks are one of our worst dreadful fears in life. In the film the music is very interesting the music can make you think what’s going to happen in particular scenes in the film. For example the second attack on the small young boy who was paddling on a craft and when he was about to get attacked the music gets louder, faster, thrilling, much effective and that makes the audience think that the shark is near by and is going to attack. When the music is really loud and fast the shark attacks but we don’t see the shark.
Through sweat and tears Santiago never gives up before accomplishing his goal. He endured the pain of slicing his hands on the fishing line many of times in return to pull up the biggest fish he had ever landed. In the end Santiago had the obstacle of beating away multiple sharks while they sunk their teeth into Santiago’s goal. This shows that Hemingway uses symbolism to convey the idea that one must overcome obstacles before accomplishing their goals. During Old Man and the Sea, Santiago not only has to put up a fight with the marlin but sharks as well.
He tells people on shore that everything is fine, and they have nothing to worry about, but at this point in the film, they are actually “battling” the shark. This leads the viewers to false pretences, as you can see what is happening, and I got the impression that Quinn did not want the people on the other end of the radio to know the real capabilities of the shark. I also got the impression that Quinn did not want any help, as if it would degrade him, he had to do it all on his own. My last device is where the music changes, and becomes a more happy song. This happens when the first barrel is attached to the shark, and this leads the viewers to believe that Quinn, Hooper and Brody have virtually beaten the shark, but in fact they are no where near.