The Old Man And The Sea

By Ernest Hemingway

We live every line of this book as we read it and understand so much better the complex relationships between ourselves and those around us, human and animal.
~ Michael Morpurgo

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Publish Date: 1952 Awards: 1953 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction

A universal tale of endurance set in the Gulf Stream off the coast of Havana, The Old Man and the Sea explores mankind’s titanic battle to dominate nature. The old fisherman Santiago’s struggle against the giant marlin is a testament to the human spirit, and a reminder of the power of the natural world.