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Life of Pi

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lexie potter

on 21 May 2015

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Transcript of Life of Pi

Gita Patel (mom)
Richard Parker (tiger)
Santosh Patel (dad)
Francis Adirubasamy (man)
Piscine Molitor Patel (Pi)
The setting
In the time frame 1960-1976, located in India, the Pacific ocean, and Canadá
A passage & response
This picture represents how Pi is stranded in the Pacific Ocean and with Richard Parker.
Author & Citation
Yann Martel is a author known for writing a #1 seller, The Life of Pi. He was born in Spain, and landed in Canada. He has the Man Booker Prize, and has wrote many other books, but none did as well as The Life of Pi.
Plot/Content summary
While the Patel family was moving to Canada from India on a freight boat, a storm hit, sinking the boat. The only survior of the family was Pi, but Pi had a partner. A bengal tiger who he named Richard Parker. As time went on, and days went to weeks and weeks went into months, Pi and the tiger have to learn to survive off of each other
Life of Pi
"It's the plain truth: without Richard Parker, I wouldn't be alive today to tell my story." (164)
Richard Parker motivates Pi to continue on surviving aboard on the lifeboat. It reveals that Richard Parker has made Pi a better person and made him not think about his family that much, Pi just wants to survive and be on land as soon as possible. The quote represents survival and fighting on whats important. As for Richard Parker, he always finds a way to occupy Pi's mind.
I really loved this book because its just emotional and shows the struggles on surviving alone. As for a boy like Pi, living a tragic life, with the loss of his family, him being alive stranded in a lifeboat, with a tiger, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. This book builds up fear and hopefulness and having the ability to survive is a huge impact.
This picture reveals how Pi wanted a Dorado fish and he grabbed the stick to show how RIchard Parker should back off and that its his.
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