目录Chapter 1 The Old Man＇s Hard Life
Chapter 2 Talking Before the Sea
Chapter 3 The Old Man on the Sea
Chapter 4 The Big Fish Bit the Hook
Chapter 5 The Old Man and the Big Fish
Chapter 6 Tired of the Old Man
Chapter 7 The old man＇s victory
Chapter 8 The Shark＇s Attack
Chapter 9 Final Fight
Chapter 10 The Old Man＇s Return
精彩书摘They picked up the gear from the boat. The old mancarried the mast on his shoulder and the boy carried thewooden box with the coiled， hard-braided brown lines， thegaff and the harpoon with its shaft. The box with the baits wasunder the stern of the skiff along with the club that was usedto subdue the big fish when they were brought alongside. Noone would steal from the old man but it was better to take thesail and the heavy lines home as the dew was bad for themand， though he was quite sure no local people would stealfrom him， the old man thought that a gaff and a harpoonwere needless temptationso to leave in a boat.
They walked up the road together to the old man's shackand went in through its open door. The old man leaned themast with its wrapped sail against the wall and the boy put thebox and the other gear beside it. The mast was nearly as longas the one room of the shack. The shack was made of thetough bud-shields of the royal palm which are called guanoand in it there was a bed， a table， one chair， and a place onthe dirt floor to cook with charcoal.