Theme Of Language In Animal Farm And Life Of Pi

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Yann Martel’s novel Life of Pi focused on the life of an Indian boy named Piscine Molitor Patel, also known as Pi, deals with a different way in that language was misused. The main plotline in this novel is that Pi’s family lives in Pondicherry, India and his father is a director of the zoo, but a political problem in India forces them to sell their animals and move to Canada. On the way the cargo ship they were on sank, everyone in the Patel family, except for Pi, are lost at sea. Pi, on a lifeboat with a tiger named Richard Parker, finds himself sharing water, rations, and freshly caught sea life with the tiger, whom he later trains and masters. The two later have a confrontation with another blind castaway which Richard Parker then eats in defence of Pi, and later pull up to an island of trees that grow without soil. They then depart and wash ashore on a beach in Mexico, where Richard Parker runs away and the locals take Pi to a hospital. There two men from the Japanese Ministry of …show more content…
In Animal Farm, Napoleon used it to control the other animals at the farm to do his bidding, while at the same time became the tyrant of a leader that the animals had fought so hard to change. In Life of Pi, Pi had used what he said, while not wanting to, make a more believable story to the Japanese officials after they denied what had actually happened aboard the ship as untruthful, as well as brought three major religions next to each other in comparison and cooperation to suit his beliefs and create a comparison of them to objective thinking and using logic for his own good. These novels, while both being vastly different, had touched on themes that still need to be discussed further for the future: the existence of Religion and Scientific thinking, and Hypocrisy from the

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