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I’m so thrilled to confess that I’ve been able to read 4 books this year, with number 5 well on it’s way. To most of you I’m sure this is an obismally small number of books, but to me, it’s so much! 299 more words

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Life of Pi (Part 3): A Barefaced Lie?

I analyzed Life of Pi with the “lens” of feminist literary theory. It seems a little odd to do that when the story literally takes place during a time where India had some political turbulence and this was a big part of the reason why Pi and his family wanted to come to Canada. 758 more words

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Life of Pi (Part 2): Survival Isn't as Easy as Pi

Generally, all stories have some kind of archetypal characters, symbols, or plot, and Life of Pi is no exception.

Let me set the stage.

Pi Patel is on his way to Canada on a boat, when a storm hits. 1,031 more words

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Life of Pi: Book Review

Hello everyone, today I wish to mix things up. Recently, I finished a brilliantly written book, Life of Pi, by Yann Martel. Winner of the Man Booker Prize, over 10 million copies sold, and translated into 30 languages, it has definitely made itself known. 418 more words

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Animal Graces 6 : Face It, Tiger, You Hit the Jackpot

 Cousin Franz: There shouldn’t be a lot connecting Yann Martel’s “Life of Pi” and Aravind Adiga’s acclaimed “The White Tiger,” a Man Booker Prize Winner from a few years back. 600 more words

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