Question: What is the problem PI faces?

Alone on the lifeboat, Pi has many issues to face in addition to the tiger onboard: lack of food and water, predatory marine life, treacherous sea currents, and exposure to the elements. Overwhelmed by the circumstances and terrified of dying, Pi becomes distraught and unable to take action.

What is the problem that PI faces and what does he plan to do to solve it?

WHAT MAIN PROBLEM DOES PI FACE WHEN EXECUTING HIS PLAN TO FEED THE TIGER AND WHAT EVENT PROVIDES HIM WITH A SOLUTION? THE MAIN PROBLEM IS THAT HE HAS NO BAIT; HIS PROBLEM IS SOLVED WHEN A FLYING FISH LANDS ON THE BOAT.

What hit pi in the face?

He finds himself staring straight into Richard Parkers eyes, but at that moment Pi is struck on the face by a flying fish. Richard Parker eats his fill of flying fish.

How does PI feel about killing the dorado?

He was grieving harshly after he killed the flying fish ,but killing the dorado didnt bother him at all. What is an example of internal monologue in the story?

Why does PI have difficulty killing the fish?

Pi struggles with killing the fish because he is a vegetarian that believes all life is sacred, but knows he has to get over it. Using the fish head as bait, he kills a dorado to feed the tiger.

Who is orange juice in life of Pi?

Who Is Orange Juice? Orange Juice is an orangutan from Pis family zoo. Before coming to the Pondicherry Zoo, Orange Juice belonged to a family who decided they no longer wanted an exotic pet as she grew from a baby to an adult.

Which Life of Pi best supports the answer Part A?

Which quotation from Life of Pi best supports the answer to Part A? The change in his attitude about taking the life of a fish.

What are the main themes of Life of Pi?

Within the story are themes of spirituality and religion, self-perception, the definition of family, and the nature of animals. Life of Pi is a rich and dynamic text full of discussion of morality, faith, and the ambivalence of what constitutes truth.

How does PI view the tiger?

In the selection from Life of Pi, how does the narrator view the tiger? He turned to me again. Wheres my treat? his face seemed to inquire.

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