The Old Man and the Sea

What does the man dream about the second time?


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"He did not dream of the lions but instead of a vast school of porpoises that stretched for eight or ten miles and it was in the time of their mating and they would leap high into the air and return into the same hole they had made in the water when they leaped."


The Old Man and the Sea