Hunger Games Vs Fahrenheit 451 Analysis

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The Hunger Games V.S. Fahrenheit 451
Have you ever wondered how societies could change in many many different ways. Well author Ray Bradbury and author Suzanne Collins both made their own kind of societies and wrote books to tell us about it.
Suzanne Collins wrote about a society that is ruled by a thing called a capital that rules over these 13 district and if the districts don’t behave or they try to rebel they kill the district off which is what they think happened to district 13. The capital holds a game every year called the Hunger Games which is where the capital picks a boy and a girl at random from every district and puts them in a arena to kill each other. this forces their society to be very very harsh and tough to live in but we aren 't going to get into detail about that right now. Ray Bradbury wrote about a book called Fahrenheit 451
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“I try to imagine assembling this meal myself back home. chickens are too expensive, but I could make do with a wild turkey. I’d need to shoot a second turkey to trade for a orange. goats milk would have to substitute for cream, we can grow peas in the garden. I 'd have to get wild onions from the woods. I don 't recognize the grain our own tessera rations cook down to an unattractive brown mush. fancy rolls would mean another trade with the bakerm perhaps for two or three squirrels as for the pudding, i can 't even guess what 's in it. Days of hunting a gathering for this one meal and even then it would be a poor substitution for the capitol version” (Collins). How katniss in this quote says it will take days of work and it will be hard to get all of this stuff just because of the capitol. This quote represents how hard it will be for people to get books or maybe it would be a little harder and even if people in fahrenheit 451 did get books they would have a chance of being killed for having a book and not turning it

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