“The Man Of Adventurous And Perseverance In Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man And The Sea: A Critical Appreciation”

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Dr. Regin Sam S.


This study focuses on the effort of the prominent character of Ernest Hemingway’s The old Man and the Sea, as an example of human effort, in a novel which shows his sense of isolation in the society. Santiago’s consciousness of his individual role in the universe permits him more faithful effort. This major study focuses on Santiago’s consistent effort to restore his character and thereby renew his life and be once again part of the community. Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea is a study of man’s place in a world of violence and destruction. His all the novels lead adventurous tale. He got his experience from lot of misfortune. It is a story in which Hemingway seems to suggest that, at least in the natural order, man can find his own dignity and beauty in learning to understand the mystery of human power that is at the heart of so much that appears violent and cruel.

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Dr. Regin Sam S.

Assistant Professor in English, Department of English, St. Jude's college, Thoothoor