Analysis Of The Book Mockingjay By Suzanne Collins Essay

1434 Words Jan 14th, 2016 6 Pages
Sacrifice comes from selflessness, compassion, and extraordinary love. This matter is demonstrated in the book Mockingjay, written by Suzanne Collins. Before the book Mockingjay, Katniss Everdeen volunteers as a tribute for her sister Primrose, so that Prim will not have to go into “The Hunger Games”, a deadly war of innocent people. Soon, Katniss knows she has a job to do, once she realizes that their world is being taken over by President Snow. In Suzanne Collins’s book Mockingjay, it is common for the reader to sense Collins explaining that tenderness and love can overcome any obstacle. Suzanne Collins includes foreshadowing, similes, metaphors, and shows the mood and moral of the story during the adventure of Mockingjay.
Collins uses foreshadowing to keep us curious during the Mockingjay. Snow, poisoning his friends, or so he called them, foreshadows that Snow is up to no good. Furthermore “A promise of revenge”, is written in a little note attached to a white rose. Katniss knows even seeing a white rose without the note is from Snow, and is very dangerous. Katniss, despite the danger, sacrifices herself by asking Snow what it was about. Collins uses this quote to foreshadow the imminent conflict between Katniss and Snow. Furthermore Katniss agrees to President Coin’s idea to bring back the games, (which Katniss is completely against), this foreshadows that along with President Snow, President Coin is up to no good as well. Speaking about Snow, in Katniss’s…

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