Title: Elizabeth Bishop ? The Fish
|Date:||November 30, 2014|
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It wasn't hard for him to
catch the fish because he didn't make an effort to escape. The fish which he is
holding beside the boat is in a pretty bad shape. His skin resembles an "ancient
wallpaper" and he is "speckled with barnacles". By staring at the fish, the fisher's
feeling of success and superiority grows more and more...
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He is concentrating on the "sullen face" and "the mechanism of his jaw" and suddenly discovers five old pieces of fish-line hanging out of the fish's mouth. Moreover he spots also five big hooks and his pride
is even getting bigger. He is obviously the first person to beat that little beast.
While he is thinking about what he has achieved oil is flowing all over the boat
and into the sea...
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