The Old Man and the Sea

describe the relationship between old man and manolin

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The relationship between Santiago and Manolin is one of caring and love; they are like family. Manolin sees Santiago as a "male figure," a grandfather, a mentor. Manolin wouldn't have left Santiago if his parents hadn't made him, but they made him go out on another ship because Santiago was seen as "unlucky." The relationship doesn't change between them, even after Manolin is forbidden to accompany him.


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