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    Suzanne Collins in her novel The Hunger Games offers a critique on Western culture and civilization. In this novel through the portrayal of dystopian society that is driven by technology and consumerism Suzanne Collins explores and advocates against the commodification of youths and neglect for environment. The Hunger Games, first of a trilogy, set in a time after environmental havoc and massacre, replaced by a dystopian country Panem, comprised of 12 suffering districts ruled by the Capitol city. Panem is a “country that rose up out of the ashes of a place that was once called North America…a shining Capitol ringed by thirteen districts” (Collins, p.18). However, the rebellion of thirteen districts against Capitol brought chaos within once…

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    The series of “The hunger games” by Suzanne Collins is science fictional novel portraying the world of advanced technology with societal problem of class distinction and division. The Book 1 “The hunger games” reveals the reader to the world of Panem of 13 District ruled by Capitol. The Book II “Catching Fire” reveals the effect after the 74th hunger games on the people of Panem and union of rebel against Capitol. The Book III “Mockingjay” gives aftermath of rise of rebellion and chaos of war…

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    Essay On The Hunger Games

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    The hunger games is set in the future of North America known as “Panem”, where the capital rules over the twelve districts. The capital is rich in comparison to the twelve districts, where each experience some sort of poverty. During the reaping the capital selects two individuals from each district, one boy and one girl, to participate in the annual hunger games. Katniss Everdeen is a sixteen year old girl from district twelve, which happens to be one of the poorer districts. During the 74th…

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    Hunger Games Censorship

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    Jiddu Krishnamurti once said, “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society”. In The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, what used to be North America is now the country of Panem which consists of a rich Capitol and twelve other districts. As a punishment for past rebellion by the districts, the Capitol forces each district to give a male and female teenager to fight to the death in what is called the Hunger Games, while all of Panem is forced to watch on television.…

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    The Hunger Games Trilogy

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    book “The Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler” and Katniss Everdeens, the main character of “The Hunger Games Trilogy” are very when it comes to several things. While “The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler” debuted in 1960 and the book-turned to-hit movie franchise “The Hunger Games” made its debut in 2012, a few decades apart. Also, the characters in both stories faced very difficult challenges on the way. The youth in these stories have gone through a large amount of abuse…

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    Mentally and physically exhausted, the tributes of Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games fight to survive fierce and brutal attacks that test their will to survive. We follow the lives of two contenders Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark who show their strengths and abilities, along with a building relationship. Katniss and Peeta portray a love connection in an effort to gain support from spectators, however develop real emotions for each other as the games continue. Collins uses this idea…

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    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…

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    In the modern day United States was the country of Panem, where their Capitol took their power for granted. They took many of the basic rights and freedoms that we have today away from the districts. Not only were the districts limited to their rights, but the Capitol itself was limited. With District 12, the poorest District, having a volunteer tribute, they are getting shocking reactions from the rest of the Districts. The Hunger Games is a young adult, fiction book on how the country of Panem…

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    Suzanne Collins’ 2008 novel, The Hunger Games, follows the story of Katniss Everdeen and Peter Malak, on their journey through The Hunger Games as they fight for their survival. Many concepts are present in the text, including; the Glorification of the games, Marshall law, hierarchy in the society and the complacency of the districts. Throughout the novel Collins’ use of descriptive and detailed scenes shows several important relationships in response to these concepts. Glorification of the…

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    Before the Hunger Games begin, each pair of tributes are assigned to a floor in the training center. The training center is where their bedrooms and dining halls are located. Katniss’ room was like a dream come true for her; she loved it. Throughout the whole day, Effie was very excited to work with them, and finding sponsors for Peeta and Katniss. The entire team consisting of Haymitch, Peeta, Katniss, Cinna, Portia, and Effie all gathered to eat and talk about the days to come. During…

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