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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 41 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 41 Summary

As the sun began to rise Pi was still alive. The sharks, the sea, the tiger and the lifeboat had allowed him to live. He looked for other survivors but saw none. He was in a bad position and knew that he couldn't hold on forever. He decided to make his way down the oar toward the boat. He knew that he was safe as long as the tiger did not see him. He pulled himself up enough to see over the tarp. The zebra was still alive although with a badly broken leg and blood everywhere. Then from under the tarp, a hyena peeked out, looked at Pi and ducked back under. Pi was then convinced that the zebra was alive and the hyena under the tarp because Richard Parker must have fallen overboard and drowned. What a relief. The weather cleared, Pi's deep...

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