Life Of Pi Dialectical Journal Analysis

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There are all sorts of different ways we can infer, or physically understand the boundaries on Life of Pi. The obvious ones seen in the graphic organizer are the physical boundaries such as the cages that are separating the animals in the zoo. Those cages also act as a boundary between humans and the animal enclosures for safety on both ends. Less literal boundaries are the mental and emotional boundaries. Emotionally, Pi has to face the boundaries of becoming more independent as he grows older. Since he is still young, it is a road of up and downs, trial and error, to understand what it is like to become an independent adult. The mental boundaries mostly consist of how Pi’s religion(s) play into his life and his decisions. Because Pi is religious,

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