The Old Man and the Sea Three Act Plot Analysis
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Three Act Plot Analysis
The old man hasn’t caught a fish in eighty-four days, which is a decidedly bad thing.
The old man hooks, battles with, and ultimately kills a really, really, ridiculously big marlin.
Sharks eat the fish and the old man admits he has been defeated. But has he? He falls asleep, dreaming about lions.