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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 77 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 77 Summary

The food supplies began to run low, so Pi started following the recommended daily intake according to the survival guide. He was beginning to starve. His hunger grew and he thought about food continuously. At one point he would clean the fish he caught and peel off their skin, whereas later on he would just bite into them, so thankful just to have them. He also began to eat every part of the turtles he caught. After the biscuits ran out, Pi became so desperate that he would try to eat anything. He even tried eating Richard Parker's feces once. There were no nutrients in it and he spit it out, never to try that again. As starvation set in, his body began to break down and he found that standing became more and more difficult.

Part 2 Chapter 77 Analysis

Pi's situation is becoming more dire...

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