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    Life Of Pi Research Paper

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    Yann Martel, wrote an incredible novel, called Life of Pi. The Life of Pi was phenomenal. Pi Patel was stranded on the ocean, in a life boat, with a tiger, for 227 days. Surviving on nothing but faith and hope. There were two stories. One with the animals and one with the people. Everyone views these two adventures differently. Some may find the first story is better than the second, or vice versa. Which is the better story? Which story is more believable? The details in the text with the…

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    Life Of Pi Survival Essay

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    knowledge on anything, there's a high chance your survival rate will go down . But in the novel “The Life of Pi”, Pi was able to survive on the lifeboat because of his background knowledge on marine biology and the help of the symbolic nature of animal. The shark whales, flying fish and sea turtles played an important role when Pi was stuck on the boat. Each animal represented a valuable role that did Pi a favor. And the background knowledge of marine biology was helpful for many reasons, one…

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    Life Of Pi Survival Essay

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    Piscine Molitor Patel, also known as Pi, the protagonist of Life of Pi, by Yann Martel, manages to survive an astonishing 227 days on an aimless life boat with the company of a 450 pound bengal tiger named Richard Parker. To survive alone with limited supplies, one must find new ways to live as well as adapt to their new surroundings. Physical health is the most important aspect of survival. Next, would be psychological (mental) health and finally spiritual wellness. These are three main aspects…

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    Through the Life of Pi, Yann Martel has excellently weaved a fable wherein storytelling and imagination is centric to the delivery of the plot. It is clear that Martell has placed a strong focus on anecdotally stylish and recount based storytelling throughout The Life of Pi, and by extension demonstrates the importance and enigmatic power of storytelling and imagination in our lives. A range of techniques and themes are utilised by Martel in order to express this idea; using symbolism, the…

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    on the rim of the polar sea and having to hunt polar bears for survival, to being separated from your own parents because of a storm can be difficult to maintain your determination of surviving. Comparing “ The Lost Island of Tamarind “ and Life of Pi “, the characters are in a similar situation. “ I was alone and orphaned, in the middle of the Pacific, hanging on to an oar, and adult tiger in front of me, sharks beneath me, a storm raging about me “ (79). The characters are both on a boat,…

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    Tigers In Life Of Pi

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    of the book, the beginning of Pi is an ignorant teenager, and then because the whole family to move to Canada and take the Japanese cargo ship, but unfortunately at sea, the ship Difficult to live Pi is followed by a hyena, a broken zebra, an orangutan and an adult Bengal tiger in a lifeboat, the hyena was killed after the injured zebra and orangutan, and then replaced by a tiger Pi killed the hyenas, Pi watched these things happen, but he could do nothing, after Pi and tigers drifted in the sea…

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    “Life of Pi”is a very intricate novel, as within it contains many examples of symbolism, each meaning something that always begins with Pi. With many twists, turns, and even shocking moments, Life of Pi is sure to bring you on an unforgetable journey. Life of Pi is an award winning novel with many examples of symbolism. Life of Pi is Yann Martel’s best selling book. It goes over many different topics and subjects, one of these is symbolism. Pi finds himself in a lifeboat with exotic animals, he…

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    The Life Of Yann Martel Ibn Battuta once stated, “Traveling - it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller (Kirsty). With a writing career heavily influenced by his word travels, Yann Martel’s success is a tale that proves this quote to be entirely true. Martel has been an award winning author since 1993 and has created several books that are cherished by many. His most popular work to this day is the book Life of Pi which was published in 2002 (Kuipers). Living and traveling…

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    In Yann Martel’s novel Life of Pi, choices inundate the story. For Piscine Molitor Patel, Pi for short, there is the choice in which story he chooses to tell, faith he chooses to believe in and choice in what moral beliefs to abide by. As for the reader, choice is just as much present if not more, with the choice to decide whether the narrator is reliable or not, choice in the better story and choice in personal moral values. Yann Martel prefaces Life of Pi with a fictitious authors note, a…

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    Many people feel that they could never abandon their morals and values. However, these people have not been challenged with extreme circumstances in their life. Yann Martel, in his novel Life of Pi, shows us that even though we believe our morals and values are important, we can abandon them when we are desperate. His story is about a boy who manages to survive after the boy and his family travels on a ship that sinks. The boy loses his family, and eventually ends up stuck at in a lifeboat…

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