The Old Man and The Sea
By Enest Hemmingway
The old man Santiago has not caught a fish in eighty four days. His apprentice Manolin even left but it was his parents orders. Manolin still continued to help the man bring his equipment to his shed and even gave him food. Santiago decided he would sail out further next time.
Santiago returns and sleeps very deeply. The next morning fisherman observed the skeleton of the marlin and were amazed. Some tourists had even mistaken it for a shark. Then Manolin found the old man in his shack and was so relieved. Manolin had been worrying about him since he left. They then agreed to go fishing together again.