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Life of Pi

Life of Pi by Yann Martel Online Summary Study Guide

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Yann Martel


First published: 2001


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Literary Elements

Setting
List of Characters
Conflict
Short Summary (Synopsis)
Themes
Mood
Yann Martel - Biography


Chapter Summaries and Notes


Part One - Toronto and Pondicherry
Author's Note
Chapter 1
Chapters 2 - 3
Chapters 5 - 6
Chapters 7 - 8
Chapters 9 - 12
Chapters 13 - 15
Chapters 16 - 17
Chapters 18 - 21
Chapters 22 - 23
Chapters 24 - 26
Chapters 27 - 29
Chapters 30 - 31
Chapters 32 - 33
Chapters 34 - 36

Part Two - The Pacific Ocean

Chapters 37 - 39
Chapters 40 - 42
Chapters 43 - 45
Chapters 46 - 48
Chapters 49 - 52
Chapters 53 - 54
Chapters 55 - 57
Chapters 58 - 60
Chapters 61 - 62
Chapters 63 - 65
Chapters 66 - 69
Chapters 70 - 72
Chapters 73 - 75
Chapters 76 - 78
Chapters 79 - 82
Chapters 83 - 86
Chapters 87 - 89
Chapter 90
Chapters 91 - 92
Chapters 93 - 94


Part Three - Benito Juarez Infirmary, Tomatlan, Mexico

Chapters 95 - 97
Chapters 98 - 100


Overall Analyses

Character Analysis
Plot Structure Analysis
Themes - Theme Analysis
Point of View
Important Quotations/Quotes and Analysis
Symbolism/Motifs/Imagery/Symbols
Key Facts Summary


Questions
Study Questions/Multiple-Choice Quiz
Answer Key
Essay Topics - Book Report Ideas


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