Summary Of ' The Hunger Games ' Essay

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The Hunger Games ““No, you can’t kill yourself, “I say. I’m on my knees, desperately plastering the bandage back onto his wound. “Katniss, “he says. “It’s what I want. “You’re not leaving me here alone, “I say. Because if he dies, I’ll never go home, not really. I’ll spend the rest of my life in this arena trying to think my way out. “Listen, “he says pulling me to my feet. “We both know they have to have a victor. It can only be one of us. Please, take it. For me.” And he goes on about how he loves me, what life would be without me but I’ve stopped listening because his previous words are trapped in my head, thrashing desperately around. We both know they have to have a victor. Yes, they have to have a victor. Without a victor, the whole thing would blow up in the Game makers’ faces. They’d have failed the Capitol. Might possibly even be executed, slowly and painfully while the cameras broadcast it to every screen in the country. If Peeta and I were both to die, or they thought we were. . (Collins, 338)” The Hunger Games is a novella based upon the idea of a new America, where people are manipulated and manipulated by a central government. In the wake of a second civil war, this dystopian society that spilt the population into 12 districts, from Careers to coal miners; the capital created the systematic idea of a “controlled freedom.” In which The Hunger Games were created to prevent the idea or action of a future rebellion. The Hunger Games- is a televised event

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