Suzanne Collins

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  • Mockingjay By Suzanne Collins

    I read Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins. The book is about a young woman who accidently enraged the leader of her country. The districts have a war against the Capital (where the leader is). The point of view is first person. The story takes place sometime in the future. The area it takes place in is not clear. The two forms of conflict are person vs. self and person vs. society. The main character in the story is Katniss Everdeen she is the mockingjay, (or the rebel leader.) She goes to a warehouse in District 8. The warehouse is full of injured people who were bombed by the Capitol. When she walks in then everyone notices her and is happy to see her. She says, “I want to tell people that if you think for one second the Capitol will…

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  • Sacrifice In Mockingjay, By Suzanne Collins

    Sacrifice comes from selflessness, compassion, and extraordinary love. This matter is demonstrated in the book Mockingjay, written by Suzanne Collins. Before the book Mockingjay, Katniss Everdeen volunteers as a tribute for her sister Primrose, so that Prim will not have to go into “The Hunger Games”, a deadly war of innocent people. Soon, Katniss knows she has a job to do, once she realizes that their world is being taken over by President Snow. In Suzanne Collins’s book Mockingjay, it is…

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  • Suzanne Collins A Possible Future

    Writers as Suzanne Collins’s book, presents a dystopian America, that the author named Panem; a futuristic America completely unlike to the America, that nowadays people would dream of a future “begins long after the human population has been decimated by climate change and the wars that followed. Now North America is the nation of Panem, a country with twelve fenced-in districts that all work to feed the enormously wealthy and technologically advanced capital,” (Suzanne, 2016). The biography…

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  • Audience As Gamemaker, By Suzanne Collins

    Suzanne Collins has attracted millions with her novel The Hunger Games. Full of twists and turns, loss and love, self-discovery, compassion, bravery and the extremely controlling and vile Capital, this novel is one that keeps you entertained and at the edge of your seat until the very last page. When you really analyze this book in depth, it becomes more and more apparent that it is actually a mirror image of our society today. Valerie Frankel, a scholarly writer, agrees by stating, “Panem with…

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  • Stereotypes In The Hunger Games, By Suzanne Collins

    In Suzanne Collins’ exciting novel The Hunger Games, the author depicts the struggle of two tributes from District 12 and their personal development as well as how they survive in the harsh wilderness of the arena. In the beginning of the Hunger Games the story takes place in District 12, which is a part of the nation of Panem. Panem was originally home of 13 Districts but the government took control and destroyed the 13th because the people tried to rebel. As a punishment for what they did…

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  • Sacrifice In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

    Sacrifice means spending less time on entertainment and more time on improving your life and family. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is a layered story about a sixteen year old girl named Katniss. The story is set in the future in North America now called Panem. Panem is split in to 13 districts and the capital. The capital is home to President Snow who rules over Panem. The 13th district however doesn’t exist anymore because they rebelled against the capital and the district was turned to…

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  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins: An Analysis

    In The Hunger Games, author Suzanne Collins presents the idea that distractions led by cowardice and fear keep people from involving themselves in more important matters. Especially when people are fearful for something in the future. In society people have things that they’d rather delay for as long as possible. They will be too distracted by the fact that they don’t want something to happen, that they don’t even realize that something is going on below the surface. For example in The Hunger…

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  • Summary Of The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

    My book The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is about a world that is divided into 12 districts, each for a specific export for example District 12’s main export is coal. Anyways the rich in the story live at the capital, where everything that the districts made are used. The story is about Katniss and Peeta who are tributes from District 12 who are competing in the Hunger Games which is a competition that has tributes from all of the districts compete and slaughter each other until there is one…

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  • Use Of Propaganda In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

    's eyes much like President Snow in the novel trilogy The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Adolf Hitler believed that there was a certain type of people superior to others. President Snow demonstrates a similar attitude seeing his residents of the Capitol as being superior to the lesser individuals dwelling in the Districts. In The Hunger Games the use of propaganda is not uncommon the tributes were advertised as celebrities that all other peoples should…

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  • Book Summary: The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

    her. She then shoots again and hits the target directly in the middle, but no one is looking because they are still laughing at her. She is even more upset because they weren’t paying attention. She then proceeds to turn to the judges, and notices an apple in a roasted pig’s mouth. She pulls back the bow and releases and it hits an apple in a pig’s mouth, in the middle of the crowd of judges. They are left stunned, angry, and upset about that, and they score her. The next day, they get their…

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