Essay on The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

1341 Words Nov 13th, 2015 null Page
Have you ever watched a movie that was so intense that you were practically on your toes waiting for something crazy to happen the entire time? If not, then you have probably never seen the intense and thrilling movie, The Hunger Games. The Hunger Games, written by Suzanne Collins, tells the life story of a young girl named Katniss Everdeen. The movie is set in a horror filled country known as Panem, which consists of twelve poverty stricken districts and one very wealthy Capitol. Katniss resides in the poorest region of Panem, district twelve, with her mother and sister, Primrose Everdeen. Each year the districts come together to host what is known as the "Hunger Games". These games consist of two people, one male and one female, from each district. These two participants must fend for their lives as they are forced to battle all other participants to the death. It is said that at the end of each game only one person will survive, but that was before Katniss Everdeen.
The Hunger Games is a story of which attempts to explain the harsh reality of the inequality of class. The inequality of class explains the difference in the way that the poor of the districts are treated compared to those who are found in the wealth of the Capitol. The main values that The Hunger Games endorses consist of caring, determination, empathy, and conformity. The values of caring, determination, and conformity are used by the participants of the"Hunger Games". Katniss and the other tribute of…

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