This is where the sacrifice comes in. He doesn’t give up Sheila, but he gives up huge bass that has kept snagging on the narrator’s fishing line. It is the biggest bass that he has ever seen or caught, and he probably will never find a bass like that ever again. But then, Sheila Mant is equally impressive. And it is impossible to have both, though the narrator keeps trying to keep the bass on the line, until he has to cut it.
People say a picture is worth a thousand words. Just about every picture has rhetorical elements incorporated into their design. In this case, the well-crafted poster for Steven Spielberg’s film, Jaws, implements the use of ethos, pathos and logos in an attempt to get its audience to see the film. The poster for jaws is very effective at gaining the audience’s attention through the use of graphic pictures.
One reason he could choose the girl is the fact that she is pretty; the reader knows this because he has watched her, and he notices the little details about her like her hair. However, he could choose the fish instead. A reason that he could choose the fish is because this would be the biggest fish that he ever caught. After reading 5 pages in “The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant” , I can question if the boy will choose the girl or the fish. I was able to come up with the following possibilities: If he decides to go with the girl, he wouldn’t fish as much because they have different preferences on activities.
By using the particular interview with a former trainer which he stated ‘I always thought you needed, like a master 's degree in marine biology to be a trainer. It takes years of study and experience to meet the strict requirements necessary to interact in the water with Shamu. Come to find out, it really is more about your personality and how good you can swim. I went and tried out, got the job right away.’ This reveals that most of the trainers were ill-prepared and undertrained to deal with such creatures.
Second, he really knows a lot about fishing. He knows what kind of fish it is by the kind of splash it has. He also can tell what kind of fish it is by the amount of tug on the line by the fish. But the bass is also big and impressive for fishing like it is so big that it was pulling the boat backwards when they were on there little date.
As a reader we witness many depressing events throughout the novel and Stoner’s consciousness become more aware of many things however he is not a tenor of response. Usually he complies with the society rules. Throughout the novel Stoner never stood up for anything unfairly happened to him. He chooses to alienate himself from everything by staying in mute just like his parents do. His dumbness was disappeared and led to consciousness even when he had all the unfortunate events, he never felt sorry for himself.
The script tells the love story of two 16-year-old peers. Kyoko is very confident and smart. She lives in harmony with nature, she likes the sea where she often dives, feeling the joy of being in touch with nature. She falls in love with her classmate Kaito who is sensitive, shy and does not like the sea.
That beauty is interpreted into the “victory that filled up the boat”. That victory that the poet felt was from seeing the rainbow in the water. Before she understood what, the rainbow meant, she started to realize the beauty in not just the fish, but in the boat and the water itself. The poet wrote, “where the oil had spread a rainbow around the rusted engine, to the bailer rusted orange…”, they were trying to explain that the rainbow opened her eyes to see how there is beauty in a small rusted boat, and that there is a feeling of victory that the poet felt when they were fishing, like they were on top of the world. Therefore, when the poet felt that victory, they knew that they couldn’t feel anything like that again, but they realized that if they took that fish, they would be ruining that victory and beauty for someone else, so they let the fish go.
Soon what he believes to be a marlin, takes his bait, beginning what becomes an epic clash between man and fish. For 3 days* Santiago tirelessly keeps hold of the marlin as it drags his boat through the water in an effort to break free. Finally Santiago understands the magnitude of the eighteen foot fish, when the marlin pulls with all its strength on the fishing cable, causing immense strain on Santiago 's palms and “cutting [them] badly” (Hemingway 82). This tug-of-war with the marlin impacts Santiago 's physical health tremendously; his body aches and his hands continue bleeding. The wounds he acquires on his palms connect to images of Christ’s crucifixion wounds, highlighting how each went through painful suffering and foreshadows Santiago 's eventual defeat.
Liberty 5-3000 is a girl that Equality meets while street sweeping. They make eye contact and both are attracted by the rebellious spirit in the other. Often when one person likes another person they will give them an affectionate nickname. Equality gives Liberty two nicknames; The Golden One and Our Dearest One. These nicknames show that Equality prefers Liberty more than the other women because the names are affectionate and he creates them just for Liberty.
The main question I have for this story is, will the narrator pick Sheila or the bass? One option he has is to pick the bass. He has always had a big passion for fishing. The fish he had hooked was one of the biggest catchiest of his life. He was doing everything at that point for the fish, without Sheila knowing.
As I am reading the story, I question whether he will pick the bass or Sheila Mant. Overall I think he will pick the bass. He is a big fisherman and really loves to do it. Whenever he has free time he is fishing. He also invests a lot of time and money.
Only because bass loves to fish everyday every night he goes fishing still yet he doesn’t hate it. Second of all bass has lots of knowledge in fishing then anything else. He also is really impressive at it and the fish is really big. Sheila is pretty bass likes her
In order to do this, they had to stab the fish while in a canoe and put the fish in the storage section. This proved to be more useful when catching larger fish such as swordfish, or blue tuna. The most effective method of catching salmon was by using large nets shaped like a V to catch hundreds of fish at a time. This was very useful because one thousand fish could easily feed a family for a whole year. Another way fish were caught was by using traps, most commonly a weir was used.