誰能幫我把這篇文章翻譯成英文(老人與海)?

對於這本世界名著老人與海,由名作家海明威先生所著,這本書主要敘述一個墨西哥的釣魚老人,在八十多天沒釣到魚的倒楣運氣中,仍出海釣魚,終於在一天的出海中,釣到一條巨大的魚,一條超過一艄船的大的旗魚,一條漂亮的藍色旗魚,如果由釣到這條巨大的旗魚的第一天算起,老人整整和它拼鬥了兩三個夜晚,以無比的毅力和它耗了數天,然後終於殺了它,但在回家途中卻遭受到鯊魚的功擊,旗魚被吃的一乾二淨,雖然老人最後只拖回一付巨大的魚骨,但老人的奮鬥精神卻是值得我們學習的,雖然這篇故事雖然短,但其中故事情節卻扣人心弦,故事雖然簡單平實,但其中寓意卻深刻,是值得一讀在讀的好書,當老人釣到這巨大的旗魚後,老人立刻斬斷所有其他不相關的魚線,只專心致志於那條以釣的魚上面,等待那魚喪失所有力氣浮到水面上,等待那個殺死那魚的機會來,人生也不是如此,當你選定目標後,應該全力以赴去完成它,不是嗎,不應該在分心,如同現在的學生一樣,你如果已經決定要上大學,那只有努力學習奮鬥才能達成,那就努力吧!不要在被迷惑了,玩樂是不可能做好學問的,不該有的趁早斷的吧!專專心心的做學問吧!

老人一輩子都在學習,甚至在釣到那旗魚的幾天中,也學到不少,在這資訊暴發的時代,知識是不可或缺的,人能不學習新知嗎?答案是不可能的,人是須要學習的,然而現在的學生卻以學習為苦,真是令人惋惜的阿!法國盧梭說過一句話,努力學習到人生最後一刻是一件美的事,這句話很有意思,不是嗎?既然學習是不可避免的,何不把心態轉變一下既然學習可以快樂可以痛苦,那麼高興的學習不是比痛苦的學習來的好嗎?

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    The Old Man and the Sea recounts an epic battle between an old, experienced fisherman and a giant marlin—presumably the largest catch of his life.

    It opens by explaining that the fisherman, named Santiago, has gone 84 days without catching a fish. He is apparently so unlucky that his young apprentice, Manolin, has been forbidden by his parents to sail with the old man and been ordered to fish with more successful fishermen. Still dedicated to the old man, however, the boy visits Santiago's shack each night, hauling back his fishing gear, feeding him, and discussing American baseball—most notably Santiago's idol, Joe DiMaggio. Santiago tells Manolin that on the next day, he will venture far out into the Gulf to fish, confident that his unlucky streak is near its end.

    Thus on the eighty-fifth day, Santiago sets out alone, taking his skiff far into the Gulf. He sets his lines and, by noon of the first day, a big fish that he is sure is a marlin takes his bait. Unable to pull in the great marlin, Santiago instead finds the fish pulling his skiff. Two days and two nights pass in this manner, during which the old man bears the tension of the line with his body. Though he is wounded by the struggle and in pain, Santiago expresses a compassionate appreciation for his adversary, often referring to him as a brother.

    On the third day of the ordeal, the fish begins to circle the skiff, indicating his tiredness to the old man. Santiago, now completely worn out and almost in delirium, finds the strength to stab with a harpoon and kill the fish during one of his great lunges out of the water.

    Santiago straps the marlin to his skiff and heads home, thinking about the high price the fish will bring him at the market and how many people he will feed. The old man determines that because of the fish's great dignity, no one will be worthy of eating the marlin.

    While Santiago continues his journey back to the shore, sharks are attracted to the trail of blood left by the marlin in the water.

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