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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3 Chapter 100 Summary

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Part 3 Chapter 100 Summary

The author recalled the letter he received from the Japanese official that recounted the interview with Pi to have been "difficult and memorable." He admired Pi's intellect and wit. He included his final report in the letter to the author. Essentially, the final report said that Pi had no conclusive knowledge about the reason the ship sank. It also discussed weather, crew fitness, etc. The report concluded with a note about Pi and his amazing fortitude in surviving his ordeal, especially given that he had to survive in the company of an adult tiger.

Part 3 Chapter 100 Analysis

The Japanese official decides to believe Pi's original story and believe in the tiger. He offers the reader a further characterization of Pi, post crisis, saying that he is an amazing, courageous and intelligent young man. Plus, he survived longer than any other known castaway.

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