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The old man and the sea.doc

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简介:老人与海

ErnestHemingway TheOldManAndTheSea ToCharlieShribner And ToMaxPerkins Hewasanoldmanwhofishedaloneinaskiffinthe GulfStreamandhehadgoneeighty-fourdaysnow withouttakingafish.Inthefirstfortydaysaboy hadbeenwithhim.Butafterfortydayswithouta fishtheboy'sparentshadtoldhimthattheoldman wasnowdefinitelyandfinallysalao,whichisthe worstformofunlucky,andtheboyhadgoneattheir ordersinanotherboatwhichcaughtthreegoodfish thefirstweek.Itmadetheboysadtoseetheold mancomeineachdaywithhisskiffemptyandhe alwayswentdowntohelphimcarryeitherthecoiled linesorthegaffandharpoonandthesailthatwas furledaroundthemast.Thesailwaspatchedwith floursacksand,furled,itlookedliketheflagof

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permanentdefeat. Theoldmanwasthinandgauntwithdeepwrinkles inthebackofhisneck.Thebrownblotchesofthe benevolentskincancerthesunbringsfromits reflectiononthetropicseawereonhischeeks.The blotchesranwelldownthesidesofhisfaceandhis handshadthedeep-creasedscarsfromhandling heavyfishonthecords.Butnoneofthesescars werefresh.Theywereasoldaserosionsina fishlessdesert. Everythingabouthimwasoldexcepthiseyesand theywerethesamecolorastheseaandwere cheerfulandundefeated. "Santiago,"theboysaidtohimastheyclimbedthe bankfromwheretheskiffwashauledup."Icouldgo withyouagain.We'vemadesomemoney." Theoldmanhadtaughttheboytofishandtheboy lovedhim. "No,"theoldmansaid."You'rewithaluckyboat. Staywiththem." "Butrememberhowyouwenteighty-sevendays withoutfishandthenwecaughtbigoneseveryday

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forthreeweeks." "Iremember,"theoldmansaid."Iknowyoudidnot leavemebecauseyoudoubted." "Itwaspapamademeleave.IamaboyandImust obeyhim." "Iknow,"theoldmansaid."Itisquitenormal." "Hehasn'tmuchfaith." "No,"theoldmansaid."Butwehave.Haven'twe?" 'Yes,"theboysaid."CanIofferyouabeeronthe Terraceandthenwe'lltakethestuffhome." "Whynot?"theoldmansaid."Betweenfishermen." TheysatontheTerraceandmanyofthefishermen madefunoftheoldmanandhewasnotangry. Others,oftheolderfishermen,lookedathimand weresad.Buttheydidnotshowitandtheyspoke politelyaboutthecurrentandthedepthstheyhad driftedtheirlinesatandthesteadygoodweather andofwhattheyhadseen.Thesuccessfulfishermen ofthatdaywerealreadyinandhadbutcheredtheir marlinoutandcarriedthemlaidfulllengthacross twoplanks,withtwomenstaggeringattheendof eachplank,tothefishhousewheretheywaitedfor

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