Choices in "Life Of Pi" by Yann Martel.
If "Life of Pi" doesn't, as the Mr. Adirubasamy says, "make you believe in God,(VIII)" it will certainly open your mind into seeing the power of imagination. Pi's two tales are both exciting and thought-provoking, but it is when they are told together that readers are forced to analyze each situation and see the relationship they have with our lives. By including the second story with the humans in his novel, Yann Martel opens the gate to free interpretation and with Pi's imagination, lets us use ours as well. When Pi asks "which is the better story,(352)" readers are presented with many o…
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