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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 53 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 53 Summary

Even though the food, water and nap satisfied Pi's body, he remained anxious. He still struggled with the reality that Richard Parker was in the boat. He had to face the reality that he was going to die. Then he had to deal with knowing of his impending death and waiting for it to happen. He was ready to give up until he heard a voice say to him that he was not going to die; he was going to make it. He then discovered his relentless will to live. He began to plan his survival. He built a raft out of life jackets and floating oars. As he was building, Richard Parker began to growl and then the hyena let out a high-pitched scream. Richard Parker attacked the hyena and killed it swiftly and then he turned and looked at Pi. Luckily, a rat...

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