Empowerment, Bravery, And Pride In Katniss Everdeen's The Hunger Games
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The Empowerment, bravery, and pride these three components are viewed through every individual that judges their “statues.” When examining through a feminist lens, Katniss Everdeen portrays a modern Atalanta in that she demonstrates female empowerment, bravery, and pride they share.
Katniss Everdeen is a modern female. The oldest of two, but feels abandoned by her mother mentally because the lost of her husband . Katniss's father ,a coal miner, was killed on the work cite, and was the had the connection with his eldest. But yet with all this loss Katniss has a younger sister that is her world. Her younger is the reason katniss uses her skill to care for her. Yet the time that Katniss was going to prove her love for her sister what the…show more content… Empowerment is the authority or power given to someone to do something, and this is what Katniss and Atlanta share in their stories which made a mark; which leads others mostly females what to follow. Bravery is courageous behavior or character this is the foundation that makes these two characters unique. The bravery that is placed in these two is overwhelming, yet makes everyone fear what will be next. Pride is a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired. Theses three factors bring theses two characters together and make them role models of their era. Even though these characters are similar in many ways they do have their differences. The reasons for this is because Alanta was not opened to love, even though she was loved by a hero she did not accept it. Unlike Katniess where she was uposed to love by the two men that both wanted her love. She eventually ended up with one. Therefore this is how the silimarties an/d differntes are both shown within these stories. The empowerment gains us acceses to exprecine the power. And then the bravery that they both uphild to protect and prove the right that they believed in. The pride that they both hold in themselve that moves the indivial in there stories. These two charters changed the female empower that most men wouldn’t daer to move on because of teh danger