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    keep you going? Yann Martel, in his novel The Life of Pi, tells the story of a character who needed exactly that, given his circumstances. In his story, Martel expresses and promotes this idea through a long boat journey and some some incredible animals. Using these circumstances, Martel teaches the reader that in the face of danger, people find comfort in even the most unlikely friendships. In the beginning of the journey, just after the ship Pi is on sinks, taking his family with it,…

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    Life of Pi Book Representation • To begin with, the author writes in Pi’s point of view. This helps the reader have a simulation of Pi’s adventures. All of Pi’s actions make the reader feel as if they are in Pi’s shoes. • All throughout the first part of the novel the author utilizes a dull tone. He utilizes this tone to show and discuss when Pi was a kid. "Pi was a tranquil and exceptional youngster" (pg16). This has impact on the story in light of the fact that if the tone begins truly dull…

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    novel that I have been reading from the past few days, Life of Pi by Yann Martel. I have finished reading the novel. A boy gets shipwrecked and is forced to survive in the open ocean on a raft with a Bengali tiger. I think the main theme of “Life of Pi” is about survival. When Pi’s family decides to immigrate to Canada hoping for a better life and sell the zoo animals, the cargo ship had a malfunction with the engines so the ship sank then Pi was stranded on a lifeboat in the middle of the…

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    The two crucial stories told by Piscine Molitor Patel, the main character of the novel Life Of Pi written by Yann Martel, contain completely different characters as well as different versions of events that took place while Pi was lost at sea. The differences of these two stories unite to form a commentary on religion, specifically religious tales, and the power of storytelling. In addition to their differences unveiling observations related to people’s beliefs, the similarities between the two…

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    Three different social groups are looked at in Life of Pi, that being Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam. The mainstream religion in Pondicherry is Hinduism. Islam is inferior compared to Hinduism and Christianity. In the middle of the novel, the Priest, the Pundit, and the Imam argue over whose religion is greater and justify their answers. Both, the Pundit and the Priest come to agree that Islam is a religion based on violence. All three men do not know much about the other’s religion, but they…

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    Life of Pi is a fictional novel written by Yann Martel. The main character of this book is Piscine Molitor Patel, known to all as Pi Patel. He’s a sixteen year old gentle vegetarian who holds religion very dear to his heart. Overall he was stranded in the Pacific ocean for 227 days with a tiger named Richard Parker. The book is divided into 3 parts, Toronto and Pondicherry, The Pacific Ocean, and Benito Juarez Infirmary, Tomatlan, Mexico. Firstly, in part one we learn that Pi lives in…

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    “Not every child who has attended a summer camp is classified as a hero–” (Allan, Davin). Pi battled a tiger and the vast open sea at the age of 16. In the book Life of Pi, Yann Martel wrote a young adult named Piscine Patel, who is on his way to complete a hero 's journey. This journey really shows how much someone can adapt to such a life changing experience. Before Pi’s journey began, he lived in Pondicherry, India, and spent a majority of his time at the zoo that his father owned.…

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    In the book “The Life of Pi” by Yann Martel, Piscine Patel, is stranded on a lifeboat after the boat transporting his animals and his family sinks. Pi makes it out to the dock and into the lifeboat, but the rest of his family’s whereabouts is unknown. Pi dash's for a lifeboat which has a total of four animals inside of it. The male bengal tiger, the male hyena, a male zebra, and a female orangutan. Pi is with all four animals for a day then the hyena kills the orangutan and the zebra. The bengal…

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    Symbols of Society: The Importance of Literary devices and symbols in Life of Pi Symbols outline and give meaning to life. They can be used to teach morals and they can represent modern society and civilization. In various cases, symbols can be destructive and eventually lead to chaos, ruination, and can have negative impact on the community and its people. In the novel Life of Pi the author, Yann Martel, mentions symbolism throughout the course of the novel. Symbolism plays a crucial role and…

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    Jasmine Gong Mrs. Hagen English 9 Per.3 August 26. 2015 Life Of Pi:Judge the main character’s actions Do you have your own experience of an exciting adventure? Through the title of this book, you can clearly know Pi is the main character. Pi has his own exciting adventure experience with a tiger on the sea. Pi found a special and profound relationship with this tiger and they become friends. Pi made many decisions because he need alive. In this book, Pi’s father immigrants their…

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