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Life consists of choices Life itself is a choice People make numerous choices a day whether or not to go to school study for the test or even which pair of shoes to wear Sometimes it is very difficult to decide what course of action to take Sometimes a specific decision can change ones life forever This is apparent in both novels Life of Pi and Larrys Party Beginning with the time of birth until the time of death people have to make choices everyday on how to achieve the goals in their lives One can imagine life as an endless road with millions of other roads branching off in many directions The only problem is that there is often not enough time in life to explore all the branches Although the choices made by both the main characters in the novels do not exactly have differences there are more common similarities between the two The only difference that comes to mind is their character Larry is more sensitive than most men and is clearly in touch with his feminine side While Pi is more manly such that in scenarios he was not accustomed to he quickly adapted to them in order to survive Similarly Larrys limited by his father he is isolated and does not have much freedom Pi goes through the same general idea when his parents criticize him for having multiple religions they are being close minded and critical which is exactly what his three religions are not about In addition both the main characters in the novels went through a particular phase A phase in which helped them reach the self identity They had believed in themselves and once they achieved they knew there was no limit to what they can do First of all the difference between Larry and Pi are their character in both novels Larrys character seemed to be shaped by women He seems much more sensitive than
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