The essay responds to the following original question:

In Amitav Ghosh's novel The Hungry Tide, how does Piya’s journey— and life— become intertwined with Fokir’s?

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Piya’s journey to the Sundarbans, a region near Calcutta, where the islands are forever changed by the tide. It is a region where Piya, a scientist, who hopes to find a species of dolphin, falls into a water of crocodiles and is saved by Fokir. Ghosh foreshadows the event of treachery, when Piya reads about the dangers of the region, filled with tigers and crocodiles (8-9)....

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