I anything to stop it. I remember Rue

Ilook back at the stars in district 12. They’re real, unlike the fake ones thatI see nightly in the Hunger Games. I see the faces of the other 22 tributesthat are with me. We all went through the same things, being forced to be partof the Capitols sick, twisted games, while we transform into some kind of sickanimal.                                                                                                          That’s what the HungerGames does to you. They make you fearful and

Comparing for coal mining. Katniss, Gale and their

Comparing Katniss’s relationship with Peeta and Gale, Gale and Katniss seem more compatible. Knowing that Katniss and Gale will always share the one thing that they both love which is hunting, and she knows this. “I wonder if Gale is in the woods yet. Usually we devote all of Sunday to stocking up for the week. Rising early, hunting and gathering, then trading at the Hob. I think of Gale

Katniss Everdeen Speech in Hunger Games

What they want is for me to truly take on the role they designed for me. The symbol of the revolution. The Mockingjay. It isn’t enough, what I’ve done in the past, defying the Capitol in the Games, providing a rallying point. I must now become the actual leader, the face, the voice, the embodiment of the revolution. The person who the districts?”most of which are now openly at war

Dystopia are let off, along with District one and

Dystopia is a term that means a corrupt government who’s projects are a false image. That means, in a dystopian society, making belief and comfort that the society is correct to its followers. One good example of dystopian society is the Hunger Games. The terms that describe that dystopia towards the Hunger games are a “hierarchical society, fear of the outside world, penal system and a back story” (“Dystopia”). The Hunger

Female the female protagonist apart from a brief mention

Female Rebellionin Young Adult Dystopian Fictionis a compilation of essays by Sara K. Day, Miranda A. Green-Barteet, and Amy L. Montz, that provides a specialized focus on the forms of female rebellion andself definition commonly found in this literature. “Part I: Reflectionsand Reconsiderations of Rebellious Girlhood” involves an acute comparisonbetween the degree to which new texts in this genre either create new paths forthe adolescent female or abide by customary

The features of a pair of “Star-cross’d Lovers”

The art of writing a book, is based upon the author’s goal upon which genre the author would wish for the piece to fall in. Many works of literature do not fit conveniently into just one literary genre. Such as the piece, Romeo and Juliet  which was written by William Shakespeare, has the common theme the literary piece A Farewell to Arms, written by Ernest Hemingway. A Farewell to Arms

The these situations, so that the world would

The world today is problematic and chaotic, it is dystopian. Author’s throughout several centuries have been writing to prepare the future for what time is now. Every author has a purpose for a book, whether it’s to inform, to persuade, or to entertain. The author’s of this world have all attempted to change society in one way or another. This author attempted to change society with cyberbullying prevention. Michelle J.

In story that follows Katniss Everdeen, a young

In Suzanne Collins’ book adapted to film, The Hunger Games is a thrilling battle royale story that follows Katniss Everdeen, a young teenage girl that volunteers in her sister, Prim’s place when she is chosen to fight in the Hunger Games. In Collins’ dystopian depiction of North America in the distant future, Collins is able to set up a bleak environment for her story to show the downsides of a

“Happy these are the reasons why Katniss became

“Happy Hunger Games! And may the odds be ever in your favour!” (Collins 19). In The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins two teeangers from the ages 12 to 18 get chosen to fight in the Hunger Games. Multiple saddening deaths come about and a lot of joyful moments appear in the novel as well, but it all comes down to who will fight for their life and win the Hunger

Recently, normal prison cell. After breaking into a

Recently, I have started reading the book “Raven’s Gate” by “Anthony Horowitz”. The genre of this book is a bit of thriller, but most of the story fits towards mystery and action. The part that I last read was about Matt, the main character being taken by the police and placed into a room which is similar to what you would experience in a normal prison cell. After breaking into

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