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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 49 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 49 Summary

Dawn broke again and Pi found that he could not move. He was too weak to move because of the lack of water, food and sleep. He was losing hope so completely that he now feltthat he had nothing more to lose. It occurred to him that because the craft he was in was a lifeboat, there must be sustenance—food and water—somewhere aboard. He just needed to find it, which meant he wouold have to move from his perch on the tarp toward the hyena and tiger. He first saw the hyena still hiding behind the zebra carcass. He no longer feared this worthless creature because there was a tiger in the boat. Now that he knew Richard Parker was in the boat, Pi knew why the other animals had behaved strangely. They were all afraid of the tiger. Pi believed...

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