The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins Essay

1269 Words Oct 13th, 2015 null Page
How Katniss changes. “Change is the law of life. And those who only look to the past or present are certain to miss the future” (John F. Kennedy). I have recently read the novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. So any how I am going to write an essay to explain to you little bit about how the main character “Katniss Everdeen” changes. The way she changes is in two different ways, which I will explain to you as we advance through this essay. You will find that she changes in trust worthiness and her temperamental issues. I am not just going to type the ways she has changed because then it would be a short and pointless essay. I will first explain how she was prior to the games then explain the way she changes for the good. This novel was interesting for a number of different reasons, which I will explain throughout this essay. Let’s talk about how Katniss was before the games as she is after the games. As we begin to read The Hunger Games it explains how Katniss get up and gets ready to go hunt. When she is out in the woods she runs into “Gale” which is the only person that Katniss trusts at this point in the story. The first thing he says to Katniss is “Hey, Catnip” as if he is just joking with her in the beginning (Collins 7). The reading then proceeds to explain that the only reason Katniss trusts Gale is because they have hunted together many times before. Katniss also has a lot of anger directed toward her mother because of the way her mother reacted to the death…

Related Documents