Catching Fire By Suzanne Collins Essay

1143 Words Apr 28th, 2016 5 Pages
Could you imagine America turning into an authoritarian-totalitarian dictatorship country where you are collected with people from the same social class and put into an area/state (not all areas are peaches and cream either), all while your kid(s), 18 and under, are getting drawn through a lottery and sent out in an arena with 23 other kids to fight till one victor is left standing? I would not want to live there.

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins is the second book to The Hunger Games trilogy about a girl named Katniss Everdeen from District 12, the lowest and poorest district out of the 12 Districts; the higher the number the inferior the District, who teams up with her old members from the first book and more to take down the Capitol and President Snow, but gets put back into the Hunger Games for Quarter Quell, where all the past victors from Hunger Games get put back into the games. Moral courage is the courage to take action for moral reasons despite the risk of adverse consequences. The novel Catching Fire displays moral courage through the characters and the plot.

Plot is the main events of a play, novel, movie, or similar work, devised and presented by the writer as an interrelated sequence. In this novel, Katniss Everdeen and her colleague Peeta Mellark become targets when Katniss 's big act in the 74th Hunger Games (attempting for her and Peeta to commit suicide so there will be no victor; which goes against the rules of the Games) becomes hope for all…

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