The Old Man and the Sea

What point does Hemingway make about depiction of the Old man?

about life through the man

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I think he makes the point about life passing us by. The old man, once so vital and strong, has become a shell of his former self. He is tired, old and suffers from arthritis. Still he is still Santiago and there is always room for a little redemption.