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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 54 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 54 Summary

That night, the rain continued and Pi did not sleep. He was wet and cold and filled with worry. Afraid that his knots might come apart, he continued to check each one. He fretted about what he was going to do with Richard Parker. He devised numerous plans to get rid of him and have the lifeboat all to himself. He thought about pushing him into the water, killing him with morphine from the locker, attacking him with all the weapons in the locker, choking him with a rope, poisoning him, or just waiting for him to die from hunger and thirst.

Part 2 Chapter 54 Analysis

Now that Pi has accepted his situation and is determined beyond anything to live, he begins to put is plans together. He will certainly not be able to out-muscle the tiger, so he must outsmart him. His plans to do...

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