There are four different questions to develop. These questions are related to the book name " The life of Pi"
1- Pi is a young man who ends up successfully crossing the Pacific Ocean in a lifeboat with only a 450 pound Bengal tiger for a companion--what a companion!!
Discuss the development of Pi's character through Chapter 28. The first twenty-eight chapters of Life of Pi allow us to get to know our protagonist. Sometimes students become frustrated because they claim that "nothing happens for such a long time in this book." True, we are getting to know Pi. But think of it; we have to believe that it is possible for this young man to survive this amazing trip, so we had better be able to understand who he is. We had better know him pretty well, or we will never be able to make ourselves believe that his story is true.
Prepare a discussion of Pi's character. What about this young man uniquely equips him to survive such an adventure? This should be a well-developed discussion including details from Pi's spiritual, family, home, and academic life. This needs to be at least two well-developed paragraphs to earn full credit.
2- you need to focus on the second piece of Pi. You second section of the book is Chapters 29-57. Read this. Then, prepare a discussion on your thoughts about the book.
As a minimum, discuss the following:
• What surprises confronted you within these Chapters?
• Discuss Pi's use of characterization of the animals--what would his father say about this?
• Pay particular attention to the many references to being alone and to losing family, particularly to being motherless.
• What else do you find noteworthy in this section?
• In my copy of the book, my notes at the end of Chapter 57 say: "And NOW, the adventure begins!" How have the first 57 chapters of the book served as an introduction? What in the world do I mean?
Develop 2-3 paragraphs discussing these points and any others that seem important to you.
3- Reflect on CH 58-90 in Life of Pi to prepare a discussion board post in which you discuss some aspect of Pi's personality which you didn't think about until he began the process of taming Richard Parker.
• What have you seen about Pi that you hadn't realized before?
• Was it there all along but you had missed it? Or is it a new characteristic that he has developed since he found himself on the lifeboat?
4- Discussion Board posting on Pi, CH 91-the book's end.
• How do you feel about Part 3 of the novel?
• What is your gut reaction to reading Pi's second story, the one he relays to the Japanese insurance investigators?
• Discuss the idea of "the better story" and "the dry yeastless factuality" that Pi refers to so often in his story. How might this come into play when considering Pi's two versions of his story?
Hi and thank you for your patience. In this particular task, you are being asked to reflect on a popular work. I suggest using this simple outline to complete this task:
1. Summary of Book - 150 words
2. Symbolism & Textualities - 150 words
3. The Better Story - 150 words
Focus on the author's philosophy and quote direct form the book. Just let me know if you need further clarification. All the best with your studies.
• Title: The Life of Pi
• Author: Yan Martel
• Publisher: Canongate Books, UK
• Year: 2001
Described as a fantasy adventure, the noel by Yan Martel was written from the point of view of Pi or Piscine Molitor Patel, a Tamil boy from Pondicherry, India - a coastal and historic city dating back earlier than the 1st century. As the protagonist, he tells the story from his viewpoint, a tragedy that sees him stranded on a lifeboat, floating hopelessly in the Pacific Ocean due to a shipwreck. In this lifeboat, he, according to this story, is stranded with a Bengal Tiger named Richard Parker. For 227 days, Pi, a student of zoology and religion battled through hunger, thirst, hopelessness and the misery of loss and death. The novel is divided into 3 sections with the 1st part discussing his life in Pondicherry and his family's immigration to Canada, the second discussing his life in the Pacific Ocean after the shipwreck and third tackling his 'arrival' and 'rescue in Tamatlan, Mexico. The novel is an experiment in the ...
An analysis of repeated phrases for The Life of Pi is examined. The gut reaction to reading Pi's second story is examined for the Japanese insurance investigators.
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