Old Man And The Sea (Scribner Classics)

The Old Man and the Sea - Ernest Hemingway Though the style is simple and accessible to all, this book is undoubtedly a masterpiece. Hemingway has shown through this fiction the never-ending struggle of an old man ,Santiago, in his own element which is the sea and its unpredictable dwellers. His work has, once more, taught me that a masterpiece is not necessarily one that abounds in complicated vocabulary but most importantly, one that conveys a philosophy, a message to the readers.

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