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The Hunger Games

Hunger Games Essay Q3. In suspense there must be an unknown; a suspicion, a mystery, a danger we expect. Discuss in relation to ‘The Hunger Games’. The Hunger Games is a famous novel written by Suzanne Collins, that depicts the true meaning of family and how ones own actions can lead to horrible conclusions if not dealt with properly. This novel takes place in Panem, a country that is divided into twelve districts, with one being the richest and twelve the poorest. Each year, two young tributes...

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Title: The Hunger Games Author Background: The author of this book is Suzanne Collins, who currently lives in Connecticut with her family. She started her career in 1991 writing for children’s television. She has worked on Nickelodeon shows including Clarissa Explains it all, The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, Little Bear, and Oswald. Suzanne recently finished her third book in the series, The Hunger Games, Catching Fire. Genre: Science Fiction Meaning of the Title: The title The Hunger Games has a very...

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May 7th, 2012. Independent Study Unit: The Hunger Games vs. 1984 A Dystopian society is depicted as a vision of society in which conditions of life are miserable and characterized by poverty, oppression, war, violence, disease, pollution, and the abridgement of human rights – which all result in widespread unhappiness and suffering. The novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and Michael Radford's film 1984 of George Orwell both incorporate such...

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English 801A&B The Hunger Games The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is a book about survival. Survival forces you to be courageous, enduring, and most of all do things you’ve never imagined. One of the main characters Katniss Everdeen is forced to change who she is and act like she’s in love in order to survive The Hunger Games. Katniss demonstrates her courageous characteristic when she sacrifices herself and takes her sister’s place in The Hunger Games. Her sister Prim is...

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September 27, 2014 Evaluation of the Hunger Games The movie, The Hunger Games, is based on the book by Suzanne Collins and was made into a movie in 2012. It is about a girl named Katniss Everdeen who lives in District Twelve. After bombings and wars, North America turned into a country called Panem. Panem was split up into thirteen districts, but when district thirteen rebelled, the Capitol created something called the Hunger Games. The Games are an annual event where two tributes from the...

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The Hunger Games. Actors/Characters. - Katniss Everdeen/Jennifer Lawrence. (Silver Linings, House at the End of the Street and X-Men: First Class) - Peeta Mellark/Josh Hutcherson. (Bridge to Terabithia, Journey to the Centre of the Earth and Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant) - Gale Hawthorn/Liam Hemsworth. (The Expendables 2, The Last Song and Love and Honour). -  Haymitch Abernathy/Woody Harrelson. (Zombieland, 2012 and Friends With Benefits) - Effie Trinket/Elizabeth Banks. (The-40-Year-Old...

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novel, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, the main character, Katniss Everdeen is the female tribute representing District 12 in the Hunger Games trying to be the last tribute to survive. There are eleven other districts and 23 other tributes. In the end, only one is known to survive. Although at first Katniss has a pretty good idea that she will not even have a chance at winning or staying alive, throughout the novel, she expresses rebellion and demonstrates manipulation throughout the games. In...

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anything in her power to rebel against it. In the novel The Hunger Games made by Suzanne Collins, Katniss everdeen displays many forms of rebellion against the rules of the Capitol throughout the story. All ready before the games Katniss shows rebellion and hate for the capitol, because of her tough life growing up in the seam. She shows the capitol how people can still be united though the meaning of the hunger games is to drive them apart. This shows the other districts that...

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The Hunger Games trilogy Author: Suzanne Collins Book names: The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Mockingjay Main characters: Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, Gale Hawthorne, Haymitch Abernathy etc. Facts: 1. The ‘Hunger Games’ set had 100-degree heat and bears. 2. The lead characters are contracted for the entire franchise. 3. The movie cost $90 milion to make, reduced to $78 million after subsidies. 4. Elizabeth Banks, who played District 12 escort Effie Trinket, said the worst part...

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The Hunger Game Lit Theory Feb 2nd 2013 The Hunger Game by Suzanne Collins is one of the bestseller on The New York Times for a long time. The period in the story is when the North America was completely collapsed; a country named Panem was established. The country has 12 districts (each 13th District, but it has been crossed from the list) and a city called the Capitol. Each county has a duty, labor, production, and transfer everything they do on the Capitol. In my opinion, The Hunger Game...

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Humanity and justice wins the game The concept of humanity is an ideology formed and redefined by different societies. Each new generation continues to reinterpret and understand the concept in a way relevant to the needs of their society. The Hunger Games (2008), written by Suzanne Collins, is a compelling action packed, yet romantic story where suffering unbearably swallows the citizens of the outer districts through the grueling annual reality TV show, The Hunger Games. Two representatives from...

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The Hunger Games By: Suzanna Collins For World Civilization By Sydney Boyd Period 4 The book I read for my book report was The Hunger Games by Suzanna Collins. The Hunger Games takes place sometime in the future. It’s a time where the people had tries to overrun the government and now everyone is split into 12 different districts. Each district is important for producing a different product, like fish, coal and other necessities. Some of the districts are...

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it shapes them into fighters, when faced with life and death a person would do almost anything to assure survival. This is greatly demonstrated in the book The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins when the main character Katniss Everdeen’s world is shifted upside down when her father dies and when she volunteers as tribute for the Hunger Games. After her father’s death the weight of the world was on Katniss’s shoulders, as she had to learn how to provide for, and keep her family alive. Her family consisted...

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1302 Essay #3 – Evaluation March 19, 2014 The Hunger Games "Prim!" The strangled cry comes out of my throat, and my muscles begin to move again. "Prim!" I don't need to shove through the crowd. The other kids make way immediately allowing me a straight path to the stage. I reach her just as she is about to mount the steps. With one sweep of my arm, I push her behind me. "I volunteer!" I gasp. "I volunteer as tribute!" (2.5-6). “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins is a book filled with adventure...

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The Hunger Games From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the franchise. For the novel, see The Hunger Games (novel). For the movie, see The Hunger Games (film). For the annual competition that is the subject of the series, see The Hunger Games universe#The Hunger Games. This article needs attention from an expert on the subject. Please add a reason or a talk parameter to this template to explain the issue with the article. Consider associating this request with a WikiProject...

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The Hunger Games detail the adventure of Katniss Everdeen, who is forced to engage in a fight-to-the-death tournament against other children. The novel takes place in Panem, a dystopia like country built on what was once North America. In a world of limited resources, the despotic government run by the Capitol keeps its citizens in line by separating them into Districts and reinforcing severe class separations. But their strongest tool to promote disunion and to discourage rebellion is the Hunger...

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One important event in the novel “The Hunger Games” by Suzanna Collins is the reaping. The reasons that this was an important event were that it was a key event in the story, it was a key moment in the relationship between Peeta and Katniss and is helped me to understand some of the important ideas in the novel such as sacrifice and power and control. The reaping in my opinion is one of the most significant and important events in this story. The reaping is where the whole plot of the story begins...

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The Hunger Games Essay Test 1) Describe Katniss’s relationships with Gale, with Prim, and with her Mother. How do those relationships define her personality? Why does she say about Peeta, “I feel like I owe him something, and I hate owing people.” How does her early encounter with Peeta affect their relationship after they are chosen as tributes? Before Katniss enters the Games, she only has three people, which she holds closest to her heart: Gale, Prim, and her Mother. The...

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Hunger Games Analytical Essay

The Hunger Games is a book that highlights the predicaments of western democracies, though exaggerated. The Hunger Games, written by Suzanne Collins is set in the post-apocalyptic country of Panem, North America. Each year the Capitol organizes an event known as the Hunger Games: a horrendously gory battle between 24 randomly-selected teenagers from the oppressed Districts of Panem. The government broadcasts this onslaught live on television as entertainment for the Capitol citizens and as a timely...

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The hunger games theme essay

Thematic Essay The Hunger Games, an insightful novel by Suzanne Collins, is based on morals and justice. This novel is about Katniss Everdeen, a 16 year old girl and tribute for The Hunger Games, who is obligated to fight to the death with twenty-three others. She and her male counterpart, Peeta, are pitted against bigger and stronger representatives who have trained for this competition their whole lives, however, this advantage does not intimidate them. Trust, determination, and love and friendship...

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The Lottery and the Hunger Games

Jackson's short story, “The Lottery,” is an ideal representation of this theme because a citizen of their village is sacrificed each year to be the lottery's “winner,” and that winner is stoned to death. Comparably, in Suzanne Collins' film The Hunger Games, a similar lottery is drawn each year where 24 citizens of Panem must fight to the death to achieve the country's “winner.” The citizens of both the village and Panem have been programmed to understand that this tradition will occur and that it...

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Hunger Games Analysis 1. Katniss became a victor of the Hunger Games, escaped from the Quarterly Quell, and started a rebellion ending the games. 2. Theaseus volunteered and defeated the deathly Minotaur, saving the lives of others. 3. “Katniss, the girl who was on fire!”-Suzanne Collins. Katniss’s perspective in the Hunger Games had a major impact on readers as well as on the story itself. Her specific viewpoint allowed story to be remarkable. Through the trilogy readers maintained a...

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The Hunger Games Analysis

if You Read The Hunger Games One of the most influential, albeit controversial, book series of 2008 is written by Suzanne Collins, an author who previously had been a children’s television writer. Collins, in her new series The Hunger Games, delves into the dark, questionable subject of child versus child combat. The heroine of the book, Katniss Everdeen, is someone to be admired and looked up to. Time and time again she makes the tough choices required of her. The Hunger Games also has an exciting...

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Hunger Games Theme

Hunger Games theme What would we do if we were chosen at random to fight for our life? Would we just let it happen? Would we fight back and try our best to keep out dignity? Or would we do whatever it takes just to stay alive, even if it means losing site of who we really are? These are all decisions that Peeta and Katniss, two kids from a city called Panem had to make all by themselves. The novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins has many themes, but the most important overall, is the importance...

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Book Analysis: The Hunger Games

important quote in the entire series. With these six words, Katniss Everdeen sets into motion the events of the entire Hunger Games trilogy. Katniss shouts these words out at the very beginning of Chapter 2; almost immediately after a Capitol representative announces her little sister Prim’s name as a tribute in the 74th Hunger Games. Katniss volunteers to take Prim’s place in the Games in order to spare the life of her sister. Despite there being thousands of names in the reaping, and this being the...

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Book Analysis: The Hunger Games

In the novel The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins a new country is created. Panem is born in place of North America, were the Hunger Games began. In the Hunger Games, there are 24 tributes. Tributes are people who live in the districts. The tributes in the Hunger Games are all the same. They kill one another and become the Capitols puppets. The tributes become violent, emotionless puppets. Then there is Katniss. Katniss is an excellent hunter and becomes lethal during the games. However, she has...

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Book Review on The Hunger Games

131100024 Class A Metaphor, reality or illusion? ——A Book Review on The Hunger Games The Hunger Games, which is considered as the best science fiction of the American writer Suzanne Collins, won the first place of The New York Times best-seller list. The book, which is “brilliantly plotted and perfectly paced1”, is written in the voice of 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen, who volunteers to participate in the Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV and has no choice but to make her own choice...

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Hunger Games Prac Essay

Have you ever been taken away from your family and friends? Been forced into a game where to stay alive is the only way to win? That is what the hunger game is. The novel is dystopian and is set in a futuristic society that is totalitarian, meaning none of these individuals have freedom. There is a futurist world, that used to be North America, called Panem. Panem consists of twelve districts and one Capitol. The Capitol controls and rules all of the Districts, and they have done so for 74 years...

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Wide Reading: the Hunger Games

Reading Response to The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins: The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, is the wildly popular first book in The Hunger Games trilogy. I think that one of the reasons the book is so popular, is because of the main character, Katniss Everdeen. In the book, Katniss is 16 years old and is very strong willed, but often feels incredibly alienated. I think that Katniss is a very relatable character (which is one of the reasons the book is so popular!) in this way, and in the way...

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Hunger Games Creative Response

never in a million years thought that I would have been chosen. Me, little old Douglas Huckleberry from district 12, after Peeta and Katniss won this thing a few years ago district 12 hasn’t had much to root for in the last few hunger games. But here I am, replaying my game plan over and over in my head. Run to the first backpack I see and sprint to the woods. I say this out loud as the pod rises; I’ve got no time to be afraid I just need to survive. I don’t even pay attention to the countdown; I...

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The Hunger Games Summary

The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins 2008 1. Suzanne Collins style in this novel is descriptive first person. Like most dystopian novels it also is written with an overall dark tone. It is depressing and descriptive. 2. “I understand how Peeta feels. I can’t stand the sight of the Capitol people myself. But making them deal with Haymitch might be a small form of revenge. So I’m pondering the reason why he insists on taking care of Haymitch and all of a sudden I think, It’s because he’s being...

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Hunger Games Book Report

The Hunger Games Book Report 1. State the title, author, and number of pages. The Hunger Games is a novel written by Suzanna Collins. The book consists of 374 pages. 2. Tell what the book is about. Describe the setting. The book is about Katniss, a sixteen year old girl, who lives in district 12 with her mother and her sister, Prim. Each year, the Hunger Games are held, and a boy and a girl from each district are chosen to fight to the death. Prim is chosen but Katniss volunteers to take the...

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The Hunger Games Character Essay

The character that I felt strongly about from Suzanne Collins’ hit novel “The Hunger Games” was Katniss Everdeen, a rebellious and out-going teen who takes her sister’s place as tribute in the 74th annual Hunger Games. Throughout the novel, she displays important values that made me feel strongly about her. These include, her caring nature for others, Competitive attitude and her determined mind. Katniss Everdeen (the main character) is a teenage girl who lives in an impoverished coal-mining...

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Movie Review For The Hunger Games

Movie Review for The Hunger Games Selena Guo Over the last two classes, we finished watching the movie The Hunger Games. I really enjoy the movie and I feel amazed after watching it. It is remarkable and fantastic. The movie is directed by Gary Ross and is an adaptation of the first in a set of three fantasy books written by Suzanne Collins. It is released in year 2012. Jennifer Lawrence is one of the primary actors and she plays the leading role as Katniss...

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Hunger Games - Response

WRITING TECHNIQUES TO PORTRAY THE MAIN THEME OF POWER THROUGHOUT THE BOOK? ‘The Hunger Games’ is classified as a science fiction novel and is the first book out of the hunger games trilogy written by Suzanne Collins in 2008. The Hunger Games tells the story of a post – apocalyptic nation called Panem. 12 districts are ruled by the capital and forced to compete in an annual televised event known as ‘The Hunger Games’ as a punishment for the rebellion taken against the capital in previous years. Children...

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Hunger Games Book Review

The Hunger Games: Book Review The Hunger Games is a novel aimed at young adults first released in September 2008. It was first published in the United States of America. Suzanne Collins was the author of this amazing novel. She came up with the idea while channel surfing and watching real war footage and reality TV. It also came because of her dad’s involvement in the Vietnam War. It was then published by the group Scholastic, who have published many famous books such as the highly successful Harry...

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Hunger Games, a Review

The HUNGER GAMES (A summary) By Suzanne Collins The nation of Panem is the ruins of the place once known as North America. Panem was once surrounded by 13 districts, and at the center of it is the Capitol. The districts had created an uprising before against the Capitol which ended into destruction of the District 13. The 12 districts remained but have been faced to a game where life is at stake –the Hunger Games which for the capitol reminds everyone in Panem that it is to pay what had happened...

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Hunger Games Thesis

novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, prejudice is used in many different ways. It’s used against the protagonist, Katniss, and used by her as well. The Hunger Games is about a girl named Katniss who volunteers for her sister, Prim, o fight in a televised death match and Katniss’s struggle to stay alive. Katniss is very strong willed and independent which helps her survive in the Games and out. The Capitol, who started the Games, thinks the people in the Districts are like pawns in a game of chess...

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The Hunger Games Book Review

The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games” is more than just a best seller. It is a vortex into a futuristic United States that offers morals and themes that can relate to today’s society. Collins contrasts the poverty-stricken, subservient world of main character, Katniss, with the affluence and power of the people of the governing Capitol. Collins descends into the abuses of government control, and explores the importance and hope of individuality in a totalitarian society. Katniss...

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The Hunger Games Literary Critique

Catching Fire is better than The Hunger Games in some key areas of storytelling, but it does not redeem this blockbuster trilogy of its principal flaw: its future is never fully believable. I suspect that, like Twilight fans, what appeals to the bulk of its fan base is not just the action-packed premise, but the love triangle at the heart of the tale, between put-upon teen heroine Katniss Everdeen, her Games partner Peeta Mellark (with whom she must put on a show of romantic feeling, though on his...

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Movie Analysis of The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games With the grossing of 691 million worldwide, The Hunger Games has become one of the most popular movies of 2012. This science fiction adventure film is an adaption of the best-selling novel written by Suzanne Collins. Directed by Gary Ross, the movie’s opening weekend gross of $152.2 million has become the third highest grossing film in the United States. Actors Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta), Liam Hemsworth (Gale), Elizabeth Banks (Effie), and Woody Harrelson...

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hunger games controversy

 Outside Reading Assignment: Hunger Games The Hunger Games has a huge conservative Christian message, but the great thing is the message isn’t overpowering. This is the story that takes place in the remains of the United States after the liberals have succeeded in abolishing God and Christ from the culture completely by successfully creating their own Utopia- which isn’t really what it is hyped up to be, it’s a nightmare for anyone not in the liberal class. The liberals take...

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Reaction to the Hunger Games

Arielle Juanito 2010-26123 The Hunger Games 1. Reality competitive shows and survival shows are still part of almost every channel’s line-up of shows to this day. These shows feature competitors such as models, singers, dancers, fashion designers, and even chefs. Airing these shows is a win-win situation, because they aren’t only entertaining, but they are cheap to produce as well. There are no high talent fees or scripts to write, just the perfect assortment of characters thrown in, challenges...

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The Hunger Games, Controversy and Censorship

The Hunger Games is a novel written in 2008 by Suzanne Collins about a dystopian future of what was once known as North America, now known as "Panem". The totalitarian nation of Panem is divided between 12 districts and the Capitol. Each year two young representatives from each district are selected by lottery to participate in The Hunger Games; Part entertainment, part brutal retribution for a past rebellion. The Capitol selects a boy and a girl between the ages of 12 and 18 from each of the twelve...

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Hunger Games Fan Fiction

This is a Fan-Fiction for Hunger Games written by Elsie Egilip. Life has been hard in District 12 over the past couple of years. The government has stopped its partnership with few of the districts because of its unforgivable protest that cause major destruction and riot due to the districts’ disapproval on the new government. Katniss Everdeen was an intelligent hunter living amongst the people who stayed in District 12. During her whole life, she had been living in poverty. So has the rest...

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Hunger Games power of appearance

The Power in Appearance In the novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, the main character Katniss, is influenced not only be her personal wants and needs but also by the emotions of the people watching her. By carefully controlling the things she says and does, Katniss aims to present herself to the audience the way she wants them to percieve her. She aims to appear in love with Peeta in order to capture the hearts of the audience and the capital. She shows that she is smart and skilled in...

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Rape and Hunger Games

Even videos games have made their way to be more pornoviolent than shows you watch on TV. It no longer the less violent Super Mario Brothers, Pac-Man, or Frogger, now its games like Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty where you are in control of a killer. Grand Theft Auto, you go around with guns shooting civilians, stealing cars, and running away from police, is a prime example of today’s entertainment. And really it is the younger crowd’s idea of a good time. People are brainwashed by games and shows...

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Reason of Commercial Success of the Hunger Games

The screen adaption of Suzanne Collins novel ‘Hunger Games’ was a major commercial success, according to the IMDb (2012) the movie has with an estimated budget of $78 million managed to generate more than $670 million. When thinking of the factors, that significantly shaped the success of the film project the already established reader ship and fan base of the ‘Hunger Games’ franchise has to be taken into account. The first book of the Hunger games trilogy was published in 2008 and is even in 2012...

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Hunger Games and the Uglies Compare/Contrast

Compare/Contrast Essay The Hunger games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins The Uglies Trilogy by Scott Westerfield What if violence and obsession were much more common than usual and the government was corrupt, what would you do? Could you do anything? Imagine that was your life every single day. That was the life of the protagonists in both Uglies and The Hunger Games. Both trilogies take place in a very futuristic world. The Hunger Games is based in a dystopian society, while Uglies is based in...

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The Hunger Games: Book vs. Movie

The Hunger Games, the introductory novel in a trilogy book series written by author Suzanne Collins in 2008, is a young adult novel that surrounds a teenage girl named Katniss Everdeen in a futuristic tale of a teenager who defies all odds when they are stacked against her. She is shaken to the core with sacrifice, adversity and danger when she finds herself forced to compete in a televised series of games where there is only one survivor. Not only does she want to live, but she has an incredible...

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A Critique of the Hunger Games

of The Hunger Games The Hunger Games is the first movie of a trilogy based on the books written by Suzanne Collins. The story takes place in post-apocalyptic America a nation now called Panem ruled by the Capital. Panem consist of twelve districts each responsible for growing or manufacturing goods for the capital. The Capital keeps control by oppressing the citizens and forcing each district to provide one boy and one girl between the ages of 12 and 18 to compete in the Hunger Games. In the...

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Rebellion Against The Capitol In The Hunger Games

Forbidden Rebellion How is it possible that one force can rule over a group more than double its size? In Suzanne Collins’ novel, The Hunger Games, there are 12 districts of many people ruled by one force known as The Capitol. The country is run is a Marxist manner: The Capitol serves as the bourgeoisie of Panem, and the districts serve as the proletariat. The Capitol controls every move the districts make, punishes every act of rebellion, and kills off innocent people just to show their power...

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Survival Through Harship - The Hunger Games

One inspiring idea in 'The Hunger Games' by Suzanne Collins is survival through hardship. In the novel, this idea is shown when Katniss survives the Hunger Games. It is inspiring because we learn that, even though there may be obstacles in our way, if we overcome hardships greatness can follow. The idea of surviving through hardship is shown throughout Katniss' life in the novel. She lives in the Seam, the poorest area of her district and since her father died at an early age, has been struggling...

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Analysis of the Winning Scene in Hunger Games

into the arena after the death of Cato. By looking at the similarity between the tributes’ reaction to Seneca Crane’s announcement and the viewer’s reaction, we can see the sorrow and disbelief of Katniss and Peeta who thought they had just won the games and the surprise of the viewer’s when she pulls out the nightlock berries; this is important because the look on their faces makes the crowd and the audience believe that Katniss and Peeta are really going to eat the berries and commit suicide, while...

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Controversial Topics Within the Hunger Games

Making several appearances on the American Library Association’s ‘most contested books’ listings for its controversial and confronting content, The Hunger Games trilogy has become one of the most discussed Young Adult fictions since its debut in 2008. Through Suzanne Collins’ use of provocative themes of class and extreme poverty, confronting depictions of violence amongst children and the challenging of stereotypical gender roles, the novel discusses the hardships faced by children living within...

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The Censoring of The Hunger Games; an Argumentative Paper APA

RUNNING HEAD: CENSORING OF THE HUNGER GAMES 1 Complications among The Hunger Games Verses Censorship Jacob Millerleile Jackson-Milton High School CENSORING OF THE HUNGER GAMES 2 Abstract The issue of this paper is going to discuss the censorship of the novel and movie, The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins. The novel was declared too graphic for the young...

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Michael Gordon Mr. Rafalowski English 1010 28 October 2014 The Hunger Games book and movie are great. Well, if you have seen them you clearly see that the movie and the book’s plots are relatively similar, but there are a few differences between the movie and the book. Although they bear some seeming variances, the similarities between the Hunger Games book and the Hunger Games movie are pronounced. To begin, the Hunger Games movie is a very interesting movie that is modified in order to...

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Apa: Comparison Between the Hunger Games and Lord of the Flies

Comparing and contrasting the similarities and difference of group and individual survival between the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collin, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, and the 1990 film of Lord of the Flies directed by Harry Hook. BY: Becky Coutlee April, 23, 2012 D.Smith Collin, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, and the 1990 film of Lord of the Flies directed...

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Differences of the book and the movie of The Hunger Games

Differences of the book and the movie THE HUNGER GAMES In the novel, Katniss receives mokingjay Undersee Madge, the mayor's daughter. In the film, as she sells what hunt, see the mockingjay and takes it to Prim, who returns after harvest. Madge never seen in the film. In the novel, Prim has blue eyes, like Peeta. In the film both have brown eyes. In the book Katniss is short for being malnourished, whereas in the movie she is a bit high. In the book, Katniss is visited by Peeta's father after...

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The Hunger Games: First 50 Page Summary

called the Hunger Games every year where two tributes – a girl and a boy – are chosen by random from each of the twelve districts to be brought into an arena and fight to the death, with only one winner standing. These Games take place as a reminder from the Capitol to the districts to never rebel against them, as well as entertainment purposes for the citizens of Panem, as the Games are broadcast live on television. Collins lets the reader infer that the antagonist of the The Hunger Games is the Capitol...

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