The Old Man and the Sea

what are santiago's thoughts of the marlin in "The old man and the sea"

from the novel the old man and the sea

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Magnificent and glorious, the marlin symbolizes the ideal opponent. In a world in which “everything kills everything else in some way,” Santiago feels genuinely lucky to find himself matched against a creature that brings out the best in him: his strength, courage, love, and respect.