Applying Concepts from How To Read Literature Like a Professor to Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

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The book How To Read Literature Like a Professor explains how to make connections to other pieces of literature and make them easier to comprehend. Thomas C. Foster decided to write the book in a second person perspective because he wanted to make it feel like he was talking to his reader instead of just speaking to an audience. Thomas Foster wrote this book because he wanted people to realize how most stories have a lot of references in them and many stories can be traced back to famous pieces of literature like The Bible or popular fairy tales. He overall wanted everyone who read his book to become a more educated reader and that having read his book, you could make connections and comprehending literature would become easier.
For my choise novel I read Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. The main character Katniss Everdeen, was telling the story in a first person perspective. Catching Fire is the sequel to The Hunger Games. In this three book series all the people in the story are controlled by the capital. The citizens of the capital are divided into twelve districts and every year two people (one male and one female) are chosen to compete in a fight to the death. This competition is called the Hunger games. The winner getting to live in the capital with endless riches and free from the Hunger Games. In book one, Katniss’s name is drawn in the reaping for the 74th games and she is forced to compete in the Hunger Games. Katniss won the games. Every 25…