Posted at 12.25.2018
Orson Welles composed: "Were born exclusively, we live only, we die alone. Only through our love and camaraderie can we create the illusion for the moment that were not alone. " In THE FANTASTIC Gatsby, compiled by F. Scott Fitzgerald, as well as the Old Man and The Sea, compiled by Ernest Hemingway, both personas deal using their loneliness by different methods and end in various ways.
The first important indicate notice is what are Jay Gatsby and Santiago's problems and just how they manage it. Indeed, in THE FANTASTIC Gatsby, the main personality, Jay Gatsby, is a wealthy, mysterious man surviving in a huge residence in Western world Egg. Every night, his house is the theatre of his famous functions, festivities and alcoholic beverages. It's indeed said, in webpage forty-five that "At least one time a fortnight a corps of caterers came down with several hundred foot of canvas and enough coloured lights to make a Xmas tree of Gatsby's substantial garden". In addition, he lives together with the staff in charge of the nice looking of his house, like said: " eight servants, including an extra gardener, toiled all day with mops and scrubbing-brushes and hammers and garden-shears, repairing the ravages of the night time before. " The paradoxical thing in THE FANTASTIC Gatsby is the fact, although his life seems amazing and always packed with entertainment with his house filled with guests, the majority of them he does not know: "In his blue garden men and females came and travelled ", in actual facts this faade is only just how he could find to avoid his appalling loneliness. Because in reality, Jay Gatsby has only 1 desire: to see again his youngsters love, Daisy Buchanan. But the girl of his desire is already committed for an arrogant millionaire who lives in East Egg, Tom. Everything appears to divide them, except maybe, the one man would you not enjoy Gatsby huge gatherings, the narrator of the story, Nick Carraway, a salesman, next door neighbor of Gatsby, who is actually Daisy's cousin. During the account, Jay Gatsby admits that the sole reason he came here in West Egg was to be deeper from Daisy because he recognized she was living near. Actually, in order to give himself a chance to find back his old love, he inflicts himself a lonely life.
In The Old Man and The Sea, Santiago suffers the same loneliness than Jay Gatsby. Fisherman with a negative reputation and poor, the old man lives only since his only friend, his young apprentice Manolin have been forbidden to sail with Santiago because destiny did not gave him a seafood about eight four times. Inside the fourth page of the e book, we learn that fate appears to be conspiring against Santiago because we can read it had not been the first long period without fish: "Remember how you went eighty-seven days and nights without fish and then captured big ones every day for three weeks. " That's the reason the parents of Manolin decided to put him on another vessel that the old man considers as a "lucky boat", even if the young apprentice is constantly on the take care of Santiago and attempts to influence him to go sportfishing with him. But the old fisherman would like to verify himself that he's not too old to catch a big fish and is also not "definitely salao", the Cuban word for an unlucky person. This is how Santiago planks for a cruel struggle against himself and against a seafood that may cause him a whole lot of aches. Indeed, the old man will have to face the fish for three days and three evenings, during which one he'll be deeply by himself along with his loneliness. Actually he will even talk with an integral part of himself, as his hand with in the forty sixth web page: "Come on hand. Please seriously", as it was an unbiased part of him. He will also find a camaraderie with the fish like he says in the fifty sixth page: "The fish is my pal too". Although in the end, his goal is to get rid of him, he also realizes that because of the fish's great dignity, no person will be dignified of eating the marlin.
So we can say that in both Great Gatsby as well as the Old Man and THE OCEAN, the important storyline is how the primary characters deal with their loneliness. Actually, this loneliness as the connecting thread of the reviews will not lead to the same kind of end. We could almost say that Santiago's end is preferable to Jay Gatsby's one, by many ways.
Indeed, in The Great Gatsby, Jay's happy closing will not be the main one he was hoping for. Actually, Daisy, the girl of his dreams, will not want to speak to him again after having a tragic mishap where Gatsby could be accused of the murder of a female who happens to be Tom's mistress. At the end of the storyplot, Gatsby dies, killed by the murdered woman's man, before he dedicated suicide. Later, Nick Carraway will find out that it was Daisy who wiped out the girl, but she will not be present to Gatsby's funeral. When Nick will try to gather in concert people who can have known Jay, only three persons will show up: Jay's father and the "owl-eyed" man Nick fulfilled at one of Gatsby's gatherings in the library and Nick, viewing himself as Gatsby's closest friend. This shows clearly how Gatsby's enjoyable life was fake. He, who was looking for love, concealing behind a wall structure of craziness and gatherings finally received the counterpart to expire alone, without the one he cherished who totally dismissed him.
In The Old Man and The Sea, after the long and seeking have difficulty, Santiago finally obtain the upper hands of the big fish. Santiago comes back saddened by the loss of his dear seafood. Indeed, what was the evidence he was still able to catch seafood, was devoured by sharks on Santiago's in the past to the shoreline in support of let a skeleton. The weak old man, again from his epic arouse yet the admiration of the fishermen and Manolin who was simply impatiently looking forward to him, so pleased to see him alive that whenever "he saw the old man was inhaling" so when "he saw the old man's hands  he began to cry. ", written at the ninety fifth webpage. But also for Santiago, the point is that everything is to do again, he is again at his point of departure with no fish to sell on the market, the main one about he had thought "How many people will he give food to ?" is now only a memory. But unlike Jay Gatsby in The fantastic Gatsby, Santiago won't end by itself because he'll be sustained by Manolin who didn't stand to hold back that long to know if the old man was alive or not and who believed guilty to own let him go away by themselves. For Santiago, this struggle and this isolation have cut back his apprentice and maybe have permitted to show other fishermen his value allowing behind his old reputation to be always a good-for-nothing because of his old age.
In The Old Man and The Sea, compiled by Ernest Hemingway and THE FANTASTIC Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the key characters have to handle their loneliness. Regardless of whether their loneliness has taken different appearances : amusement, get-togethers, fame and riches for Jay Gatsby, and routine, fate and poverty for Santiago. The truth is that actually, the one who seemed to have everything to be happy doesn't have a much better end that the the one that everything led to sadness.
About his publication, Hemingway published that : "No good e book has have you been written that has in it symbols arrived at beforehand and caught up in. . . . I attempted to produce a real old man, a genuine boy, a genuine sea and a genuine fish and real sharks. But if I made them good and true enough they would mean a lot of things" as F. Scott Fitzgerald mentioned Gatsby as "somebody who had great probable that he never reached". In these two literature, loneliness could be seen more as an internal struggle, as the fight to really have the courage to handle the elements, that a person hold all the being successful credit cards or not.