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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1 Chapter 25 Summary

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Part 1 Chapter 25 Summary

Pi continued to be persecuted for his interfaith practices. He felt people should pay more attention to themselves at the least or run to the defense of the widowed and homeless rather than attack him. He changed Christian churches, no longer lingered after Muslim prayers and attended Hindu temple at busy times when he was not detected.

Part 1 Chapter 25 Analysis

Rather than feeling he fit in everywhere, in every religion, as he once felt, Pi seems to not fit in, or feel welcome anywhere. Through his experience he still maintains his religious convictions and practices, although he has had to adjust to make it work for him and remain somewhat undetected. Even at this early age, Pi feels that he is further enlightened than those around him and he can see past the issues that divide religions to see what to him is more important...

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