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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 44 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 44 Summary

Pi spent the day at sea. He was perched on his oar keeping an eye on the animals in the boat. Knowing what he knew about the hyena he became more worried about what could happen during the night. Night fell and with a moonless sky, darkness took over. Pi tries to watch the horizon for rescuers while keeping his ears open to hear the animals. During the night Pi heard snarling, barking and squealing. He was petrified but there was nothing to be done. The minutes ticked by and the first night passed.

Part 2 Chapter 44 Analysis

Pi's life is still in danger from the hyena. He knows what the species is capable of and it terrifies him. However, even as night falls, the hyena stays away from him and his life is spared one more night. Death is still very close to Pi and...

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