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Life is not worth living if one lives it alone However is time so much more precious than satisfaction that it is better to die happy than live lonely Of course In Paul Zindels The Pigman it is better that the Pigman meets John and Lorraine even though he dies sooner than expected Prior to meeting John and Lorraine Mr Pignati is a lonely individual in need of a companion For example when Lorraine is talking to Mr Pignati on the phone she comments on how alone he must be to be telling jokes to a stranger Even Lorraine senses that something is missing from his life from a phone conversation Lorraine thinks she will try to help him before it is too late to pull away In addition at the same scene Lorraine says There was something about his voice that made me feel sorry for him 22 Lorraine feels the inner pain Mr Pignati feels She has some kind of spiritual connection with him and will do something to fill the void inside of him Finally on their first visit to Mr Pignati they find him to be so thrilled to have guests over because over because of his eagerness to chat Mr Pignati does not have many visitors so he treats the few he has with utmost respect and hospitality He loves to have people around because he is not used to conversing with others As fate would know it the three were to build a bond and fill each others lives As John Lorraine and Mr Pignati all get to know each other the connection of friendship between them becomes inseparable For example on their trip to the zoo the three of them make faces and howl like monkeys They throw their cares away and act silly for each others sake They are comfortable enough with each others company to act like monkeys In addition they visit
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