Life Of Pi, Illustrated

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Or will he become the very evil he fought to destroy? In his darkening shadow, a new hero rises. In , an illustrated edition was being planned, and an international competition was held to find someone to bring Martel's creatures to life. The result was the book " Life of Pi Illustrated Edition.

Today we revisit that conversation. The fact that it allows for multiple interpretations of its plot. And the message it conveys. I couldn't get it out of my head for months.

The Illustrated Life of Pi

Yann Martel on Torjanac's illustrations from the perspective of Pi:. If you take a look at the seagull there, it presents Pi's route. Hardly anyone mentions that. I think it's because we're quite inert to human violence, whereas the suffering of animals we perceive as being the suffering of innocents, which is of course not at all true.

When the zebra for example dies, at no point does it say to itself - would it say to itself - 'this is unfair,' because notions of justice don't enter into the animal world.