Life of Pi: Setiings

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Life of Pi: Setiings

"Animals in the wild live a life of compulsion and necessity within an unforgiving social hierachy in an environment where the supply of fear is high and the supply of food low and where territory must constantly be defended and parassites forever endured." (Martel 17)

- "When you look up, you sometimes wonder if at the centre of a solar storm, if in the middle of the Sea of Tranquillity, there isn't another one like you also looking up, also trapped by geometry, also struggling with fear, rage, madness, hopelessness, apathy." (Martel 239)

Pacific Ocean

Meerkat Island

-"The trees were beautiful. They were like none I had ever seen before. They had a pale bark, and equally distributed branches that carried an amazing profusion of leaves. These leaves were brilliantly green, a green so bright and emerald that, next to it, vegetation during the monsoons was drab olive." (Martel 284-285)-"I preferred to set off and perish in search of my own kind than to live a lonely half-life of physical comfort and spiritual death on this murderous island." (Martel 313)

Life of Pi: Settings

Thesis:The settings in Life of Pi helps create illusions to persuade the reader into making assumptions about Pi's emotions that contradict how he is actually feeling.


By: Melissa C, Dome F & Shaelyn F


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