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  • Conflicts In Suzanne Collins The Hunger Games And Catching Fire

    Name: Kathlene Flebbe Period:7 Title of your two books: The Hunger Games/Catching Fire Suzanne Collins is the writer of The Hunger Games series which is an international best seller. Suzanne Collins worked writing children's TV shows and has been nominated for a WGA award in animation. The Hunger Games and Catching Fire are about the terrible future society that takes place on a piece of land once known as North America.The Capitol tries to keep its people from rebelling by sending them into…

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  • Worcester Cold Storage Fire Case Study

    Introduction The Worcester cold storage fire arose on December 3rd 1999, killing 6 firefighters. This fire; even though it was a tragedy was a blessing in disguise because it gave fire fighters a new perspective on firefighting. The cause of the fire is reported to be started by 2 homeless men who were seeking shelter in the Worcester warehouse. Its been said that the fire started from a candle tipping over that the homeless men lit, and left without reporting the fire. The fire was finally…

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  • Environment Essay: Sustainable Best Practice In Construction

    Sustainable Best Practice in Construction • Locally sourced construction materials (a) What is it? Locally sourced construction materials are materials produced within a specific distance from the construction site; different certification programs specify a variety of distance. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design’s (LEED) definition of locally sourced is, “building materials or products that have been extracted, harvested, or recovered, as well as manufactured, within 500 miles of…

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  • The Hunger Games Sociological Analysis

    The Hunger games through different sociological perspectives and ideas In the first movie of the Hunger games series, there are just two types of social classes which is the rich (Capitol) and the poor (the 12 districts). The differences of social classes in this movie are strongly pointed out. Especially, since the capital holds an annual event called the “Hunger games” in which they (The capitol) pick one girl and boy from each district and have them fight to the death till there is only one…

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  • Creative Writing: Firefighters

    Jake just woke up at 10:00 and just came down for some breakfast. Then he just heard the firefighter bell. "Danger danger!" yelled one of the firefighters. "A building is on fire!" Jake raced to the burning building. One of the firefighters hollered, "Aren't people trapped in the building?" The firetruck sprayed out water on the exit. The water gushed out causing a thick smoke. "Aahhh we can barely recognize where we are with all this smoke," yelled one of the…

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  • The Hunger Games Book Vs Movie Analysis

    seen The Hunger Games' movie and read The Hunger Games' book? The Hunger Games is a trilogy of young adult dystopian novels written by the American novelist Suzanne Collins. The novels in the trilogy are titled "The Hunger Games" (2008), "Catching Fire" (2009), and "Mockingjay" (2010). These novels have all been developed into films starring Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, with the film adaptation of "Mockingjay" split into two parts. Although both the movie and the book have some…

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  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins: Thematic Analysis

    “‘I volunteer!’ I gasp. ‘I volunteer as tribute!’” (Collins 22) That is Katniss’ most famous line from the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The book is in Katniss’ point of view or 1st person. Even though it is a science fiction it seem pretty real to the reader. There is about 370 pages in the book. The main conflict in the Hunger Games is that they live in a world where there are 24 kids from the ages 12-18 who are sent into an arena to fight to the death. The underlying conflict is that…

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  • Pro Lifers Should Be Advocates For All Children Essay

    Pro-lifers Should be Advocates for all Children Many people who are pro-life are serious advocates of unborn children. Many are dedicated to a political position that would even abolish the right to abortion. While I respect this pro-life position, I believe that people who are truly pro-life should be consistent in their advocacy of all children -- unborn and born. As much as advocating for the lives of unborn children, pro-lifers should focus as well on protecting the interests of the nearly…

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  • Katniss's Survival In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

    In chapters 1-5 of, The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, the reader is told of a 16 year old girl named Katniss Everdeen. When Katniss was 11 her father died in a mine explosion, so she was then left with her mother and her younger sister, Prim. Katniss’s mother became ill and completely ignored her family, and since Katniss’s father was the one that did all the work, Katniss had to learn to follow in her dad's footsteps, since her mother couldn’t. She struggled at first but she soon figured…

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  • Katniss Everdeen Book Comparison

    Review The Hunger Games is a dystopian novel written by Suzanne Collins and is set in the future in Panem, the future North America, where a teenage girl named Katniss Everdeen has to compete in the Hunger Games. The Hunger Games is an annual competition in which each 12 districts have to force a boy and a girl tribute to fight to the death with other boys and girls from the other districts. Katniss Everdeen, the main character, is a sixteen-year-old girl whose younger sister, Prim Everdeen, was…

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