Examples Of Suspense In The Hunger Games And The Hunger Games

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Fiction books are much more enjoyable than non-fiction books. Think of the book, The Hunger Games, and think of a textbook. Which is more likely to interest you? If you are like me, then you are probably on the fiction side! The Hunger Games because in The Hunger Games there's suspense everywhere you look. However, in an informational non-fiction book there will not be hardly any suspense. The Hunger Games and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has suspense everywhere you looked. The 8th Grade class reads, “Tell Tale Heart” and, “Annabel Lee.” They each had some really good examples of suspense. Fiction is just made for suspense, that is what makes fiction novels so great. To create a good suspenseful fiction short story, or novel, the author uses literary devices. A literary device is something that an author does to make a story better. In this case more suspenseful. One of the literary devices, Edgar Allen Poe used in, “Annabel Lee was a rhyme.” An example of rhyme was on stanza 34. The example is, “For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams,” (Edgar Allen Poe, 2017). This is an example of rhyme because it repeats the same sounds in the quote of, moon never beams, without dreams. Beams and dreams have the similar sound, meaning that the rhyme.

The Hunger Games also had a lot of suspense in the book. The author, Suzanne Collins used the quote, May The Odds Be Ever in Your Favor (Collins, 2008). Effie, said this on line eight. The suspense should have sent

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