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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 65 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 65 Summary

Pi spent a great deal of time trying to understand the navigational directions in the survival manual. The main problem was that he had no knowledge of the constellations to use the celestial navigation. Pi had always wondered at the stars, but he had always received more spiritual direction from the sky rather than geographic. It did not really matter, however, because he had no means of propelling himself, anyway. So he ended up just drifting. He did not control his direction and time and distance passed.

Part 2 Chapter 65 Analysis

Pi likens his drifting at sea to that of the lives of the rest of humanity who "travel down the road of life" afloat on forces over which they largely have no control. He also revisits the feeling of smallness in the face of a brilliant starry night.

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