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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1 Chapter 28 Summary

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Part 1 Chapter 28 Summary

Pi talks about his prayer rug and that he lost it. He lovingly recalls what it looked like and that it reminded him of the sacredness of the earth and creation underneath it. He most often prayed outside because he preferred the outdoors to anywhere else. He had a quiet corner of the yard underneath a shade tree picked out where he would pray. That spot would always remain in his memory as a special one. He recalls his baptism as an uncomfortable event. His father and mother attended against their wills but luckily his brother could not be there. The actual baptism was, for him, as refreshing as a warm summer rain.

Part 1 Chapter 28 Analysis

Pi stood up for himself and got what he wanted, a prayer rug and baptism. Then he loses the rug and his baptism is awkward. This chapter provides further...

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