The Old Man and the Sea

Santiago "knew no man was ever alone on the sea" how does this thought fit the context of the story?


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Santiago often refers to the sea as a woman. The sea itself becomes a personification of a woman with her many moods and attractions. The nature around him also gives him company. His relationship with the elements mean more to him than most of his dealings with people.