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Life of Pi - Study Guide Part 2 Chapter 89 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Chapter 89 Summary

Pi's suffering became intense. The sun and the sea ate away at everything. Pi and Richard Parker were slowly dying. They were starving and thirsty and losing strength to even gather food and water. Both had lost weight and Pi was spending the greater parts of the days sleeping in a semi-conscious state using his dream rag more than ever. In his diary, Pi wrote of having no energy and predicting his imminent death. He also poked at the tiger to see whether he was still alive, which he was. Then, instead of running out of paper in his diary, his pens ran out of ink.

Part 2 Chapter 89 Analysis

Pi reached the lowest point in his crisis and for the first time actually wished to die, predicted his death and discontinued his diary entries because he is going to die. He slept most of the...

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