The Parker Podcast - Life of Pi by Yann Martel Ep. 3 Posted by Ella Travis in College English · Pahomov/Wust · B Band on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 7:16 am Comments (12) Oluwadamilola Akinboro I like that you gave clear context for the story so listeners can try to be invested in what you're saying. You also gave some interesting insights regarding the plot. And good job at connecting the author and his creative intentions to the actual book so people can understand his perspective. Lily Prendergast I loved the thorough detail you were able to give us on how the author started writing this book. It made me really understand the authors connection to the book. Lily Prendergast I loved the thorough detail you were able to give us on how the author started writing this book. It made me really understand the authors connection to the book. Ryan Hogan The intro sounded way better than the last one. The explanation of the book was good and it didn’t make it confusing. There are still echoing in the audio but otherwise it was really good. Sarah Narvaez You guys did really well in this podcast staying really focused. Yall spoke with intent, were prepared, and brought up many well points. Ella you did really well with leaving room for Teron to speak while also bringing up valuable context and analysis. Teron you did really well with citing the book and just explaining your analysis in really practical way. Great job both of yall! Melanie Lugo-Carvajal I got lost a few times but overall I loved how you guys dissected the characters and all the events. Lianna Sophia Resuello I think you guys did pretty well on explaining the author intent on certain topics of the book and it was really interesting what you guys thought of the authors intent. Lorna Elliott I liked that you provided potential scenarios if the book took a different turn, it amplified the meaning behind the story. Jaden Mitchell You guys said what you think the authors intent was but you didn't give any detail or explain why you thought that was the authors intent. Jaden Mitchell You guys said what you think the authors intent was but you didn't give any detail or explain why you thought that was the authors intent. Jade Njie I found it interesting that Martel's intention behind the book was more metaphorical about life and losses within life. Oskar Glahn The insight behind the reading wraps up the episodes well. Looking at the author's intent behind certain events in the story really brought out some interesting takeaways from the book. Log in to post a comment.