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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 80 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 80 Summary

Pi beganto spend more time on the boat following an incident with Richard Parker. During a storm of flying fish, a large dorado landed in the boat. Pi picked up the fish and out of the corner of his eye saw Richard Parker staring at him. He turned to face the crouching tiger sure that his end had come. His raft was not nearby and neither was the whistle, so he stared the tiger down. The stare lasted for a couple of seconds and Richard Parker licked his nose and averted his gaze. Pi had won. From that time on he spent more time on the lifeboat, even going so far as to sleep on the tarpaulin with his back to the tiger.

Part 2 Chapter 80 Analysis

This chapter is an important one in the likelihood of survival for Pi. Now that he has the tiger...

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