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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 82 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 82 Summary

Water was a huge concern for Pi and he obsessed about it. He collected rainwater and used the stills to turn sea water into drinking water. Even with his diligence, they narrowly survived. Pi always made sure Richard Parker had as much water as he could drink. Food was also always a concern and at times it was plentiful, but more often, it was not. Pi had to give generously to the tiger at the cost of his own hunger and thirst because Pi knew his life would end quickly if the tiger became desperate for food. Pi also painfully came to realize how animal-like he was becoming when the sounds and behavior of his supping sounded just like that of the tiger's.

Part 2 Chapter 82 Analysis

Pi discusses how close he came to not surviving because of the lack of food and water. He had...

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