What Pages in the Book the Old Man and the Sea Talks about Lions?

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Although it would be difficult to specify a page number, the lions, a symbol of youth and the circle of life, are mentioned in Hemingway's The Old Man and The Sea on three occasions. The first time is the night before Santiago leaves on his trip. The second time is when he is fighting the marlin. The last time is at the very end of the book.
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