The Old Man and the Sea

Santiago again expresses his concept of oneness with the fish after he has killed it lashed it to the skiff and is heading toward land what does the old man think?


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Santiago loves his fish; the fish validates him. The great fish is a testament to everything Santiago believes in. It validates his masculinity, his connection with nature and his very identity.