Ernest Hemingway quote about fish from The Old Man and the Sea - The setting of the sun is a difficult time for all fish.
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The setting of the sun is a difficult time for all fish.
 Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea (1952). copy citation

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“It would be better to gut the dolphin a little later to save the blood in the meat, he thought. I can do that a little later and lash the oars to make a drag at the same time. I had better keep the fish quiet now and not disturb him too much at sunset. The setting of the sun is a difficult time for all fish.
He let his hand dry in the air then grasped the line with it and eased himself as much as he could and allowed himself to be pulled forward against the wood so that the boat took the strain as much, or more, than he did.” source

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