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1  All my life the early sun has hurt my eyes, he thought.
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2  The old man looked at him with his sun-burned, confident loving eyes.
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3  The old man opened his eyes and for a moment he was coming back from a long way away.
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4  The sun was two hours higher now and it did not hurt his eyes so much to look into the east.
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5  The old man's head was very old though and with his eyes closed there was no life in his face.
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6  Each sardine was hooked through both eyes so that they made a half-garland on the projecting steel.
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7  There was only the heavy sharp blue head and the big eyes and the clicking, thrusting all-swallowing jaws.
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8  Everything about him was old except his eyes and they were the same color as the sea and were cheerful and undefeated.
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9  The turtles saw them, approached them from the front, then shut their eyes so they were completely carapaced and ate them filaments and all.
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10  But it was no worse than getting up at the hours that they rose and it was very good against all colds and grippes and it was good for the eyes.
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11  For an hour the old man had been seeing black spots before his eyes and the sweat salted his eyes and salted the cut over his eye and on his forehead.
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12  Then the sun was brighter and the glare came on the water and then, as it rose clear, the flat sea sent it back at his eyes so that it hurt sharply and he rowed without looking into it.
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13  The shark closed fast astern and when he hit the fish the old man saw his mouth open and his strange eyes and the clicking chop of the teeth as he drove forward in the meat just above the tail.
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14  He was asleep in a short time and he dreamed of Africa when he was a boy and the long golden beaches and the white beaches, so white they hurt your eyes, and the high capes and the great brown mountains.
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15  He lay in the stern in the sun, compact and bullet shaped, his big, unintelligent eyes staring as he thumped his life out against the planking of the boat with the quick shivering strokes of his neat, fast-moving tail.
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16  He loved green turtles and hawks-bills with their elegance and speed and their great value and he had a friendly contempt for the huge, stupid loggerheads, yellow in their armour-plating, strange in their love-making, and happily eating the Portuguese men-of-war with their eyes shut.
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17  The shark's head was out of water and his back was coming out and the old man could hear the noise of skin and flesh ripping on the big fish when he rammed the harpoon down onto the shark's head at a spot where the line between his eyes intersected with the line that ran straight back from his nose.
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