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Life of Pi - Study Guide Part 2 Chapter 59 Summary & Analysis

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Pi was again hungry and thirsty, so he decided to approach the boat and get some food. He noticed that when the raft was next to the boat, the boat turned parallel to the waves, increasing the unpleasant rolling motion that caused Richard Parker's seasickness and when the raft was away from the boat it turned perpendicular to the current and flowed with it. Pi would use this to his advantage against his ill companion in times to come. Once next to the boat, Pi could smell the tiger's urine because he had marked his territory under the tarp. Pi decided to make the top of the tarp his, so he relieved himself in one of the containers from the locker and emptied the contents onto the tarp. He also took the opportunity to begin improving his raft. He modified it so he had a...

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