Landscape In Life Of Pi

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Landscape is more than the visible features of an area; it is what a person is surrounded by. Landscape is everything that is going on or everything that exists around someone. Therefore, landscape is a large factor in how a person will grow. In Life of Pi, Pi Patel is prepared and formed, to survive the tasking journey he did, by being raised in a zoo. With this knowledge, he was able to build a relationship with animals and co-exist without conflict. Even when Pi was placed in a foreign setting, with little to survive off of, he managed to adapt to the landscape and eventually compare human life to wildlife. In Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance, the people of Kanehsatake had a very close relationship with the land, as they were willing to risk their lives in order to protect their land. The Cellist of Sarajevo displays a great shift in landscape, and how the three main characters are forced to adapt to the threats of war. The relationship between individual and landscape shapes the worldview of individuals and how they react to their surroundings; the relationship shapes the landscape according to the individual’s treatment and the contents of the landscape. The Pondicherry Zoo in India is where Piscine Molitor Patel was raised, it is a sanctuary and a home for him. All of the knowledge Pi needed for his survival came from what he had learned at the Pondicherry Zoo. He grew up observing animals and the zookeepers that were required to interact with them. He observed

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