Life of Pi
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    Life of Pi  (English, Paperback, Yann Martel)

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    Features
    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Penguin
    • ISBN: 9780143028482, 0143028480
    • Edition: 1stEdition, 2002
    • Pages: 336
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    Description

    Life of Pi is the story of a young boy who finds himself in a critical position when he is left stranded on a boat in the Pacific. Four animals initially accompany him, but the number comes down to just one, a Bengal tiger called Richard Parker.

    Summary of the Book

    Pi is a young boy from Pondicherry whose father owned a zoo. He believes in God and follows all religions. One day, his father decides that the family is going to move to Canada in an attempt to avoid the political scenario in India. They begin their journey and are accompanied by some of the animals from their zoo. A violent storm leaves Pi stranded on a lifeboat with a zebra, an orangutan, a hyena and a Bengal tiger called Richard Parker. The journey teaches Pi plenty about survival and facing his fears.

    About Yann Martel

    Yann Martel is best known for his novel Life of Pi, which won the Man Booker Prize in 2002. The Canadian author has won a number of literary prizes and is the first Canadian to have represented the Washington Arts Commission.

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    Book Details
    • Publication Year
      • 2002
    • Awards
      • The Man Booker Prize Winner
    • Award Year
      • 2002
    Contributors
    • Authored By
      • Yann Martel
    • Author Info
      • Yann Martel is a Canadian author and the recipient of the prestigious Booker prize for the year 2012.His works include Life Of Pi, Beatrice And Virgil, Self, Seven Stories, and The Facts Behind The Helsinki Roccamatios.His writing is simple and lucid. It presents stories in direct, linear terms. He lists Dantes Divine Comedy as the book that has influenced him the most.Yann Martel was born in Salamanca, Spain, on June 25, 1963. He was raised in several countries, including Canada, Mexico, India, Costa Rica, Turkey, France, and Iran. He attended the Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ontario. In 1985, he graduated from the Concordia University with a Bachelors degree in Philosophy. After working at a variety of jobs, he took up writing as a full-time career at the age of 27. He currently lives in Canada.
    Dimensions
    • Weight
      • 368 g
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