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“Being against evil doesn't make you good.”
~ Islands in the Stream, Ernest Hemingway
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School Code: 012
Class: English 4
the Old man and the sea
Day 4: Returning Home
“I have killed this fish which is my brother” (95).
“I am only better than him through trickery and he meant me no harm” (99).
“Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with what there is” (110).
“Luck is a thing that comes in many forms and who can recognize her” (117).
Select two of the quotes.
Alter the wording to change the reader’s feelings toward Santiago.
Explain your new wording and what it means for Santiago.
Santiago Sketches Work Time
Illustrate your views of Santiago
List two quotes from the reading section
Explain how the quotes help create your perception of Santiago
Cite your evidence using proper MLA citations.
Your sketches are due before your test at the beginning of next block.
Spend the rest of the block preparing for the final test over The Old Man and the Sea.
Your test will consist of the following:
6 Short answer prompts
2 Essay prompts
Major plot points
Themes and symbols
Characters and character growth
Importance of the novel’s setting
“‘But man is not made for defeat,’ he said. ‘A man can be destroyed but not defeated’” (Hemingway 103).