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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 91 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 91 Summary

Pi boarded the man's boat to scavenge for food and anything else of value. Feeling around, he found some turtle meat, fish, biscuit crumbs and water. Pi wept and wept and in 2 days, his vision returned. The sight he saw in the boat was horrific. The man's body had been dismembered and picked apart by Richard Parker. Pi took one of the arms and used it for bait. Then he found himself eating at the flesh of the body. Once he caught a fish he stopped eating at the body and resolved to pray for the man's soul daily.

Part 2 Chapter 91 Analysis

Pi's sight is restored. Curiously, he goes blind just before the killing and eating of the other castaway and regains his sight following the grisly episode. Morally, Pi shrinks lower than death in his cannibalism and he knows it because he resolves to...

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