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In the novel The Life of Pi written by Yann Martel the main protagonist Pi is placed in a position often forgotten in the modern era a position where ones life has been taken out of their comfort zone and placed in a perilous situation In other words Pis life has been plunged on an unwarranted journey where he must fend for his life It is in this situation where Pi must overcome the trials and tribulations that come with surviving isolation in sea as he finds himself withdrawn towards the color orange as well as turning to religion for guidance seeking the help of God along with Vishnu and Krishna Yann Martel provides a reminder to the readers that all lives are vulnerable to jeopardy despite how current society projects life to be safe and preservedThe fear of death has been forgotten by the humans of our current era as we have created a society that prides itself on protecting its citizens and providing care for those who find themselves brittle or ill We forget that we are not always safe and there may come a time when our lives are d into danger and it is up to our wits and primal instincts to find our way to safety Pi is a sixteen year old Indian boy who is born into a family that owns a zoo It is when Pis family decides to move to Canada where their ship the Tsimtsum is hit with a storm and s into the Pacific Ocean The last trace I saw of the ship was a patch of oil glimmering on the surface of the water I was certain I wasnt alone It was inconceivable that the Tsimtsum should sink without eliciting a peep of concern Right now in Tokyo in Panama City in Madras in Honolulu why even in Winnipeg red lights were blinking on consoles alarm bells were ringing eyes were opening wide in
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