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A lonely, old fisherman sets out daily in his small boat to fish in the Gulf Stream off Cuba. He has gone 84 days without catching anything. Around noon, his fishing line is tugged in his hand. The weight of the fish is incredible. The huge fish dives deep, and pulls the boat further and further from land. The old fisherman begins to talk to the fish he cannot see. " I really like you. I respect you. " The fish keeps swimming deep in the water. On the second day since hooking the fish, the old fisherman eats his fill of raw tuna. Suddenly, in front of the boat, the fish surfaces. It has a long, pointed upper jaw...it's a gigantic marlin. " This fish is my friend. But I must kill it. " The old man's happiness is to kill the fish that has become as close as a brother to him. On the third day, the sun rises. The old man is practically dizzy with exhaustion. With his remaining strength, he harpoons the fish, which seems to weigh more than 1500 pounds. He ropes the dead fish to the side of his small boat, and begins his trip home. Sharks attack his fish all along the route home. At last, he manages to get back to port that night. Nothing remains of the gigantic marlin but the skeleton and tail. So runs the story of Ernest Hemingway's (1899-1961) classic tale, The Old Man and The Sea.


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孤独な高齢の漁師が、キューバからのメキシコ湾流で釣りをするために毎日小さいボートを出す。彼は84日も出かけたが何も釣れない。正午ごろに、彼の手の中の釣り糸が強く引かれる。魚の重さは信じられないほどだ。その巨大な魚は、深く潜り込み、ボートを陸からより遠くへと引っぱる。 高齢の漁師は、見えない魚に話しはじめる。「わしは本当にお前が好きだ。わしはお前を尊敬する。」魚は水中深く泳ぎ続けている。魚をつなぎ留めて2日目に、高齢の漁師は生のマグロをしこたま食べる。突然、ボートの前に魚が浮上する。それは長くとがった上あごを持っている…巨大なマカジキである。「この魚はわしの友だちだ。しかし、わしはそれを殺さねばならん。」兄弟と同じくらい近しくなった魚を殺すこと、それが老人の幸福なのである。 3日目、太陽が昇る。老人は、極度の疲労で実に困惑している。残っている力をふりしぼって魚を銛でしとめる。それは1500ポンド以上の重さがあるようだ。彼は、死んだ魚を彼の小さいボートの側弦にロープで縛り、家への旅を始める。家へ向かう途中ずっとサメが彼の魚を突っつく。ついに、その夜どうにかして港へ戻る。巨大なマカジキは、骨と尾ひれを残して何も残っていない。アーネスト・ヘミングウェイ(1899年-1961年)の古典的な物語『老人と海』の物語はそう続いている。



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