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I'll be back when I have the sardines.
I'll keep yours and mine together on ice, and we can share them in the morning.
When I come back, you can tell me about the baseball.
The Yankees cannot lose.
But I fear the Indians of Cleveland.
Have faith in the Yankees, my son, said the old man.
Think of the great DiMaggio.
I fear both the Tigers of Detroit and the Indians of Cleveland.
Be careful, or you will fear even the Reds of Cincinnati and the White Fox of Chicago.
You study it and tell me when I come back.
Don't you think we should buy a terminal of the lottery with an eighty-five?
Tomorrow is the eighty-fifth day.
We can do that, said the boy.
But what do you think about the eighty-seven of your great record?
It could not happen twice, said the old man.
Do you think you can find an eighty-five?
I can order one.
Just one sheet is two dollars and half.
Who can we borrow that from?
That's not difficult.
I can always borrow two dollars and a half.
I think perhaps I can, too.
But I try not to borrow.
First you borrow. Then you beg.
Keep warm , old man , said the boy. Remember we are in September.
The month when the great fish come, said the old man.
Anyone can be a fisherman in September.
I'll go now for the sardines, said the boy.
When the boy came back, the old man was asleep in the chair and the sun had set.
The boy took the old army blanket off the bed.
Then he spread it over the back of the chair and over the old man's shoulders.
They were strange shoulders, still powerful although very old.
The neck was still strong too,
and the creases didn't show so much when the old man was asleep and his head fallen forward.
His shirt had been patched so many times that it was like the sail.
The patches were faded to many different shades by the sun.
The old man's head was very old, though.
Besides, with his eyes closed, there was no life in his face.
The newspaper lay across his knees, and the weight of his arm held it there in the evening breeze.
He was barefooted.
The boy left him there, and when he came back the old man was still asleep.
Wake up, old man, said the boy, putting his hand on one of the old man's knees.
The old man opened his eyes.
For a moment, he was coming back from a long way away. Then he smiled.
What have you brought? He asked.
Supper, said the boy. We're going to have supper.
I'm not very hungry.
Come on and have some. If you don't eat, you can't fish.
I have fished without eating, said the old man,
getting up and taking the newspaper and folding it.

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