The Old Man and the Sea

How does Santiago describe the marlin he has caught?

The old man and the sea

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The Marlin represents Santiago in his prime.Santiago sees the Marlin young beautiful and majestic. He describes the Marlin as his brother as well as his foe. He feels a kinship with the great fish that he doesn't have with people.