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He comes to the old man or perhaps the Son of God himself as Jesus claimed himself to be and asks him to narrate his tale with the help of which he is able to gather and string together some of the scattered pearls of his own existence into one whole chain of humanity.
Within this broad spectrum of humanism I will investigate the viability of my exploration. The object is to join hands from all directions towards comprehending a universal phenomenon humanism which I will gradually unfold in the following section.
Text: He was a fisherman, who fished alone in the deep waters of the gulf. To begin at the beginning, why have Santiago as such a powerful protagonist and not any other man?
The concept of pride is carried out in a subtle way rather than giving it a crude edge. The starkest one appears in one of his internal monologues, when he confesses to himself that he killed the fish not for a living, but out of pride and that because he was a fisherman. The pride, however, also a sin if it stiffens is also shattered at last, when he gives in to the inevitable and subordinates himself to it.
In this way, he achieves humility.
Another feature of Christianity which is common to humanity is love, which Santiago has in profusion. The old man loves the boy and considers him a man and an equal. He treasures every moment with him and is more than happy at the thought of having in the boy someone who respects him, takes care of him, waits upon him and is often anxious for him.
Manolin is the treasure of his life. One aspect of Santiago that comes out loud in the open is his courage and valour. The battle between him and the scavenger sharks is all about principles and righteousness and not a mere fish. Knowing the fate of his catch, which is susceptible to fall a prey to myriad of hunters at sea, he continues to struggle with them. He fights till he runs out of all possible help.
Hope is a Christian virtue, which Santiago tries to follow in all earnest. The absurd hero finds solace in feeding his stubborn optimism see Dwight Eddins, Besides, I believe it is a sin. But as Camus reflects, in this transgression, the absurd hero retraces his steps and clarifies and fortifies his position.
You were born to be a fisherman as the fish was born to be a fish. Then he reaches his shack and collapses on his bed with his arms out straight and the palms of his hands up.
This undoubtedly brings to our minds, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the greatness that is achieved. Hemingway goes further in his discussion of the concept of sin and grace. Later, he again professed his love for Him and by doing so was granted pardon and was half-justified, just as Santiago was justified for killing his brother of the sea. Going out too far may also be viewed through a Nietzschean reading of the novella which affirms that taking the greatest risk in order to achieve the greatest wholesomeness is the virtue of the heroic individual.
In worldly terms, he lost the marlin and suffered a defeat. Thomas Becket. Christianity refuses to accept death as a tragedy It believes in an eternity of happiness after the soul gets released from all the agonies of life. It should be remembered that Hemingway never attempted to advocate or preach any religious faith through his magnum opus, such as Taoism, Buddhism or Christianity.
It is an independent work, independent any such beliefs or notions. Hemingway admired the whole representation of Jesus on the cross and often pondered upon it. That definitely did not motivate him to write a book upon Him. He would himself fish for sharks and marlins. He spend more than 20 years of his life in Cuba, had immense respect for the fisherman over there whose incessant toil and their battle for existence upon the sea moved him infinitely. While alluding to the Bible, it should be kept in mind that for Hemingway, Jesus was the quintessential epitome of a life of endless pain and suffering, where forsaken man is left alone with no one to heed his cry.
At the same time, it must also be acknowledged that Hemingway does affirm the presence of a divine order which when merged with humanity may help one to find a purpose or give a fruitful meaning to dismal life. He magnifies the human form into the divine and again reduces the divine form into the human. Hemingway knew that life was no easy ride and that there are bound to be bumps and pitfalls at every nook and corner of life.
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By doing so he chalks out a place for himself within this hostile universe. Santiago finally wins his most prized marlin through his determination and courage. The two most celebrated virtue of human kind. Surely, beyond the control of any individual, even though he likes to think that he is in complete power of it and can undoubtedly control it.
We are all involuntary tools of history and our actions are only in bondage to a whole course of previous history, predestined from times immemorial. Therefore, all passions, emotions, ambitions, apprehensions, enjoyments etc. But one cannot live unless he believes he has it and as long as he lives, he strives. Then again, once the action is committed it becomes irrevocable and one with history.
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