Analysis - Both making their way through unexpected...

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Both making their way through unexpected hardships, Piscine from Yann Martel’s The Life of Pi and Charlie from Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower embark on difficult journeys to self-discovery—illustrated through effervescent imagery and poignant depiction of events. Between Perks and Life of Pi, I’ve found numerous similarities, which I am quite happy to report, since initially I had been somewhat worried as to whether or not these books had enough in common. As far as locating professional critical analyses I might be able to quote, The Life of Pi is unproblematic; analyses abound online. Perks, however, has proven more difficult to find reliable and trustworthy sources for. I have come across a few, but the author’s names tend to be tricky to verify as reputable critics. I do have many points on which to talk about without professional research stimulus. Both novels deal with the discovery of the main character’s inner religious selves, and furthermore both Piscine and Charlie believe in God as an all encompassing being instead of one
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ENGLISH ENC1105 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at Harrison College.

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