In Yann Martel’s novel Life of Pi, the
protagonist Piscine Patel is constantly challenged by the forces of nature. During
his time on the lifeboat, Pi was accompanied by multiple different characters. He
soon realises that can no longer save the others as god and nature have put him
to the test of truth. Inner fear and choices show how he values life, if Pi
demonstrates that he cannot handle the journey he will simply fail to survive. On
Pi’s extensive trip, he believes that if he is occupied he will not be forced
to think of the negative problems in his situation. Sources of entertainment
are limited on a lifeboat so Pi is forced to create images in his mind and
imagine things to him help pass time.

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