He spends 3 days at sea with this marlin on his line and he refuses to let it go. Santiago goes through a lot of physical pain by holding on to marlin, but his pride is what gives him the strength to keep holding the marlin.”You killed him for pride and because you are a fisherman.”(102) When Santiago returned home he had lost 40 pounds of flesh from the sharks. Santiago had lost his prize, the marlin wasn 't anything to be prideful for because it was ruined. Despite losing the fish Santiago was glad to be returning to Havana. Santiago’s pride might have been lost but he still had
Later after finally arriving at the park and locating a grill, he was permitted to go fishing on one of the islands shallow inland lakes, my mother was much to nervous to let all three of us go to the other side of the Island and fish the infamous Detroit River. So off he went, Stan fished and fished all day long. From afternoon till evening, reeling in and casting out, all day and we caught nothing. Absolutely nothing. As I recall.
Abele said, “ this guy looks familiar to me and remembered that it was the same guy who sold him a rip-off boat.” I quickly switched the fake gold with the real gold and the cheater ran off. The police caught him a block ahead and he was sent to jail. “Do not worry I told my brother I still have the gold.” We adopted the Perry III and Tibetan Mastiff. To this day we are still keeping our eye out for our next adventure.
To start the journey of going back home and protecting the town and his loved ones, the sailor digs out the corpses of his dear crews, which he buries to let them rest in peace, to make his way back. The sailor shouldn’t use the corpses to keep himself afloat in the sea. He is well aware that the corpses will be destroyed during the journey. However, if the sailor doesn 't use the corpses, he cannot even start his journey. Starting from the decision to use the corpses as a raft, the sailor steps onto the road to the black freighter, which owns all the corrupted souls.
Toms dishonesty sent him to bed without dinner and was told that he was told white wash the fence for not going to school and lying. On Saturday Aunt Polly made Tom white wash the whole fence before he could go play. Tom, being the sly fox that he is, cons the neighborhood kids to want to paint the fence for him and they pay him with various childlike trades. Within hours the fence is painted with three coats of white wash ad Aunt Polly is astonished by the hard work and effort Tom had put into the fence and so Tom was rewarded with being able to go swimming with everyone else. On his way to the swimming hole Tom sees that a new family is moving in and his curiosity draws him in for a closer look.
He meets Gatsby for the first time, a young man with an En... ... middle of paper ... ...y. When Tom and Daisy get back home they have already reconciled their differences. Nick tells Gatsby that he should forget about Daisy and leave Long Island but he refuses to leave Daisy behind. Myrtle’s husband, Wilson, wants revenge and goes to Tom to ask him who had been driving the car that killed his wife. Tom tells him that the one driving the car had been Gatsby not Daisy.
An OLD MAN tells a YOUNGER MAN, who has just been released from prison, a fantastic tale of a pond known at the Witch Creek Pond. The Old Man tells him that one day Young BEN was supposed to go fishing with his dad, but refused. Later, Ben and his mother learned that his father drowned in the pond. Years later, when Ben 's mother died, she made him promise to scatter her ashes in the same pond. Ben goes to the pond and begins to scatter her ashes when a black substance consumes Ben and his boat.
The very first scene that takes place shows Everett and his crew escaping from jail, this can be compared to when Odysseus escapes from Calypso and other monsters. After they escape they first meet a railroad homeless man who is blind and tells them they will not seek their treasure. This man represents Teiresias who is a blind fortune teller in the Odyssey. Furthermore, as the movie goes on Everett and his crew continue to meet new people along t... ... middle of paper ... ...t home to his family more challenging. The water flooding the home and land can be compared to Poseidon since he is the God of water.
The two runaways team up and Jim explains to Huck that he ran away because he overheard Widow Douglas telling her sister that she was going to sell Jim to a plantation in New Orleans. Huck promises to not tell anyone that he ran away but is nervous about helping an escaped slave. After a big storm the river floods and Jim and Huck find a floating house and raft and decide to loot the house and take the raft. Inside the house Jim finds a dead man but decides to keep the identity of the man a secret from Huck. Huck disguises himself as a girl and goes to the mainland for information and learns that the townspeople think that Jim is hiding on Jackson Island.
Mack attempts to do stuff but every time he gets him self in trouble. Eddie is a back up bartender at the local bar and brings home stolen bottles after work. Gay stays with the boys because his wife likes to beat him but he is often in jail or at the bar because of all the fights he gets into with his wife, Doc finds a couple of dead people laying on the beach and a couple of people committed suicide. After everything came together the party was a job well done and everyone had a lot of fun. Doc got his party but was very hung over so the next morning was not good for him.