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    Life Of Pi And Life Of Pi

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    hardships, that they have to overcome. Pi is a boy from The Life of Pi who got stranded in the middle of the ocean and Phillip Ashton is a man who was captured by pirates in 1722 but escapes and waits in the Caribbean until he is saved. In the novel Life of Pi, the main character Pi is similar to the castaway Philip Ashton because they both survive tragic incidents, lose their families, and have to face serious fears every day. In the novel Life of Pi, the main character Pi is similar to the castaway Philip

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    Life Of Pi

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    In “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel , Piscine Patel is the protagonist of this story, his rare name came from french word for pool and more specifically, from a pool in paris in which a close family friend loved to swim. An indian boy who is trying to discover who he is, as a kid his name “piscine” but was popularly use but instead classmates had convert it to “pissing” as like urine , Patel wasn't hurt or mad about it , but he didn't wanted people to remember him as “piss”, when the new year started

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    Life Of Pi

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    Life of Pi, written by Yann Martel, is a story of a boy named Pi Patel. In the beginning of the story, Pi tells us how he is named after a swimming pool named the Piscine Molitor. His parent’s friend whom he calls “Mamaji” was a swimmer and tells Pi’s parents how that was the most elegant pool he has ever swam in therefore becoming his namesake. Piscine’s family was Hindu but as he explores more religions, he says he wants to practice two more, such as Christianity and Islam. Throughout the book

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    Life Of Pi

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    in science lack the ability to believe something on faith. Life of Pi by Yann Martel is a story of a young man named Pi shipwrecked at sea for seven months where his life is changed forever. After escaping the sea, Pi tells two stories of what happened during those seven months. Regardless which story is more believable or interesting, do the details of the story really matter if the outcomes are the same? Similarly both stories include Pi being shipwrecked with hungry individuals who must fight to

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    Life of Pi

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    his/ her choice. In the novel, Life of Pi, by Yann Martel, the protagonist of the story, Pi, also makes a few choices and loses some valuable things in his life. In the novel, Pi is a sixteen year-old Indian boy stranded on a lifeboat with a Royal Bengal Tiger, Richard Parker, in the Pacific Ocean who is trying to find a way to reach the shore. Firstly, Pi loses his entire family when the ship, Tsimtsum, sinks in the ocean. This loss is a result of the choice that Pi has made because he chooses to

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    Life Of Pi

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    Life of Pi, by Yann Martel, is an extraordinary, magical, and emotional novel published in 2001. Named after a french pool, Piscine Molitor Patel, also known as Pi, is the novel's protagonist. Martel's novel tells the story of Pi, who is the son of an Indian zookeeper, born in Pondicherry. After selling their zoo in India and deciding to move to Canada, the Patel family (which consists of Pi, his brother Ravi, his father Santosh, and his mother Gita) boards a Japanese cargo ship called Tsimtsum,

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    into the truck and ate the food and put the clothes on should he could get in trouble. He was in a very dangerous life or death situation. This is the question: Should he get in trouble for trying to save his own life? If humans are in life or death situations, they should be able to do whatever is needed to keep themselves alive. In Life Of Pi by Yann Martel, Richard Parker, and Pi go on a very tough journey all over the ocean with only a lifeboat, and a limited supply of food, and water. They

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    Life Boat In Life Of Pi

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    close reading of Life of Pi was well done. I agree with the major theme of Life of Pi being the will to survive. This passage also stood out to me as a reader, the comparison of life being an endgame of chess. I think that this is a good comparison to what Pi experience on the life boat. The contradiction of the first sentence forces the reader to think deep about what Pi is going through. I personally could not imagine being on a life boat for 227 days and adapting as well as Pi did. Like I said

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    not sail just as without details a book can't be successful. The book Life of Pi by Yann Martel is packed with details creating better relationships, characters, and stories within the story, than in the movie. I believe that the Life of Pi book is better than the movie because of the extreme amount of detail; creating more intriguing characters, more meaningful relationships, and more interesting side stories. In the Life of Pi book, characterization is one of the main focuses of the author, making

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    Being stranded in the middle of the Pacific with only the company of a full grown Bengal tiger will take its toll on a person. In the book Life of Pi animals are a place of comfort and familiarity to Pi, the son of a zookeeper, who spends his whole life surrounded by them. While stranded in the middle of the ocean, he believes various animals from his family’s zoo are with him on the lifeboat, and the question of if that is true is to be interpreted by the reader. The animal story is not the truth

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