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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1 Chapter 12 Summary

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Part 1 Chapter 12 Summary

The nameless man continues to tell his story even though it agitates him. The author is afraid he may want to stop, but Richard Parker is still heavy on his mind. When the author visits his home, he always prepares an amazing vegetarian feast that is much too spicy for the author. He loves the food, but it leaves him in tears with his stomach in knots.

Part 1 Chapter 12 Analysis

The reader now knows that the italicized chapters are a flashback to the main character of the book, Pi, imparting his story to the author. The Author's Notes at the beginning of the book use this same italicized print and tell the story of how the author stumbled upon a man—who turned out to be Mamji—with a story to tell about a man he knows, Pi. This book is a result...

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