Comparing Yann Martel’s Life of Pi and The Snows Of Kilimanjaro by Ernest Hemingway

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In the story Life Of Pi by Yann Martel it talks about a boy who is lost at sea trying to go to Canada. In the other story The Snows Of Kilimanjaro by Ernest Hemingway talks about a man who is injured and need to get to the hospital. Even though both stories seem very similar they have some differences as well. In both of the stories the authors express the idea of death as coming in the form as an animal, they also use the animals to raise or lose hope of the protagonists, and finally the animals are used to bring pain and suffering to the protagonists as well. In both of the writings the authors use the idea of death coming to the protagonists in a form of an animal. In the story Life Of Pi the author brings the sense of fear in a tiger form and that is what Pi is scared off. As in the other story Harry is scared of the vultures and hyena. When Pi first finds the tiger he is happy that he found a survivor, but then he realizes that he can get killed really easily. “He was fierce, 450-pound carnivore. Each of his claws was as sharp as a knife.” (Pg. 108) The first time Harry feel...

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