Peeta helps Katniss later on in the games after the members of his alliance are killed. They fake their love for each other in order for both of them to survive. Rue shows Katniss how to get rid of the people camped below her. After Katniss gets stung by very dangerous bees she passes out and Rue helps heal the bee stings. Katniss leaves District 12, her home, and travels to the capital. After her training for the Hunger Games is done she is sent into the arena. Characters that try to prevent her from staying alive are the Game Makers. They will try to steer the competitors away from the edge of the arena with bizarre
In life there is always some sort of violence and there always seems to be a good and a bad side. The Hunger Games, directed by Gary Ross is a movie about 24 tributes fighting to the death for the Hunger Games crown. The prize is riches, fame and freedom from ever having to physically fight in the arena again. It is a game of violence, ferocity, and blood, and only one tribute can win. Even though stories often have a Battle between Good and Evil, it is Katniss’s internal conflict confronting her own good and evil that portrays humanity with a longing for destruction, violent inclination, and sense of separation.
In the novel “The Hunger Games” written by Suzanne Collins, she uses many literary devices such as, 1st person point of view. Suzanne also shows mood by the way Katniss Everdeen acts and speaks. Collins also describes the setting of where some of the events take place at. Collins also use direct and indirect characterization.
The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins delineates that there are times when people believe that all hope is lost but only those who are strong will persevere through their darkest moments. Suzanne Collins portrays the theme throughout the novel with the main protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, as she struggles to endure her daily life and the annual Hunger Games. Collins displays the prodigious amount of persistence of Katniss Everdeen and her comrade, Peeta Mellark, which allows them to survive throughout the Hunger Games.
The book “The Hunger Games” was written by Suzanne Collins and it’s the first book out of the trilogy she has written. Collins uses a mixture of modern and classical as elements in this story and it allows for any age reader to enjoy it. Some the literary devices she uses in the book are setting, symbolism, and themes. It’s everything you could want in a book because it has a little bit of each genre, like action, romance, comedy, and even mystery. This book will have you sitting at the edge of your seat on minute and then grabbing for a tissue the next. When reading this book, “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins and looking at the setting, symbolism, and theme it’s easy to sense the different tones and emotions going on in the story.
In the novel “The Hunger Games” Suzanne Collins conveys the qualities of a hero through the main character Katniss Everdeen. The novel is based around a dystopian nation, in which is placed in Panem. Through which a boy and a girl from each district must take part in ‘The Hunger Games’ where they have to fight to the death, until there is one survivor. Katniss subsequently evolves as a significant hero portraying the heroic qualities such as selflessness, identity change and intelligence. Selflessness is shown as she puts others before herself, her identity changes as she has to put up a brave face, and intelligence is displayed as her strategies progress in the games.
“We had to save you because you're the Mockingjay, Katniss, says Plutarch. While you live, the revolution lives” (Collins). Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games is a complex character who epitomizes the archetype of a hero, however, she also shatters the mold by rebelling against the capital and endangering her whole family. She starts out as a hero to her family, especially her sister, and then becomes the symbol of strength to everyone. Katniss sacrifices herself by volunteering to join the Hunger Games in place of her sister, it is a game of survival where a boy and a girl from each district are forced to fight the other members of other districts to the death. By going out of her ordinary world and preparing to join a game where her life could be taken, she fits right into the archetype of a hero. Her bow and arrow, the weapon that only she can wield, will be the only things to help her survive. Despite these heroic qualities, Katniss makes an erroneous decision and blunder mistakes that shows the reader the flip side of Katniss.
The Hunger Games, a novel by Suzanne Collins, is the story of 16 years old, Katniss Everdeen, who fights to death for her district. The Hunger Games is an event hosted every year by the Capitol of Panem, where a randomly chosen boy and girl both need to represent each of the twelve districts that the capitol is composed of. When Katniss little sister, Prim, is chosen to be the representative for District twelve, Katniss volunteers to take her place and fight along her male counterpart, Peeta. The reason I choose this book for my book report is because Katniss is not your typical 16 year old girl. Not only is she her family’s provider but she’s also skillful, strong, rebellious, and unsentimental heroine. These are characteristics that society would mostly link to a 16 year old boy rather than a girl.
The Hunger Games Catching Fire, by Suzanne Collins has very deep characterization. Katniss Everdeen, the protagonist, was the winner of the previous Hunger Games. She is picked for the Quarter Quell, which picks winners of past Hunger Games to fight each other again in a new arena. Her and Peeta are chosen again. Katniss is a character who cares about others but will do whatever it takes to make sure the ones she cares about are safe. This is shown on page 189 when she says "But I have a mission. No, it's more than a mission. It's my dying wish. Keep Peeta alive." In this quote, Katniss shows how much she cares about Peeta by putting the safety of his front of her own. Peeta is tough selfless person who cares about Katniss and her well being.
Economics is the study of scarcity within a systems of rules. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins’ can be translated into such, with hunger being scarcity and games being a system of rules. In the Hunger Games, we are introduced to a country called Panem. The country of Panem is divided into twelve different districts and the Capitol, where the government resides. Each district has their own different specializations and they have distinctive economies. The government regulates the trade and each district rely on trade from each other district and the Capitol for the goods they don 't produce. All of the districts and the Capitol is interdependent.
Katniss finally arrives to the Capitol. Here is where things start to change and life as she knows it is completely different. The first thing on the agenda is to cleanse Katniss. She is waxed from head to toe and is washed down for Cinna (her stylist) to create the new Katniss Everdeen “Girl on Fire”. After being completely transformed, Katniss and Peeta (the boy tribute from
In the book Divergent by Veronica Roth a young girl named Tris who decides her fate against her parents will. As the cities around her turn to war Tris must stick by her friends and do what is right. Similar yet different, in the book The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins a young girl named Katniss takes the place of her sister in an annual war between 11 other districts. Katniss must choose between her well being and the wellbeing of the people she loves. In this essay readers learn how both books express similarities and differences in the theme, the setting, as well as the usage and meaning of symbolism.
Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and picture a society where liberty, no longer exists. A society that keeps you from seeing the outside world, trapped, between a fence and barbed wire. Where poverty grows thicker every day and the most you can call home, is a beat-up shack. In the science fiction novel, The Hunger Games, written by, Suzanne Collins, the future North America was known as “Panem” annually selects a boy and girl, ages ranging from 12-18, from each of the twelve districts to compete in what the district citizens know as the “Hunger Games.” The novel is revolved around a 16-year-old named Katniss Everdeen, who volunteers to compete in the games after her twelve-year-old sister's name was chosen, Alongside her is Peeta Mellark, who in the past has had quite the dramatic history with Katniss. After they are chosen, they are sent to the capital to undergo intense training to prepare themselves for the 74th hunger games. Throughout this essay, you will read about the two main characters, Katniss, Peeta, and how they go through significant changes throughout the book and later on read about how their relationship changes as time go on.
The Hunger Games is an exciting and courageous film with a storyline that instantly catches the audience’s attention. It tells the story of a dystopian United States where in a tragic future, the totalitarian country of Panem, is separated into 12 districts and the Capitol. The Games, put on by the Capitol, are intended to discipline the remaining 12 districts after recalling the dark days of how the 13th district was demolished for its uprising against the brutal Capitol. Every year, one young female and one young male is chosen by lottery to partake in the Games. With 24 young participants in total, ranging between the ages of 12 and 18, they are compelled to kill each other while the natives of Panem are required to watch. At the reaping, 16-year-old Katniss' younger sister, Prim is chosen as District 12's female tribute causing Katniss to volunteer to have her spot. She and Peeta, the male participant from district 12, are set against greater, more grounded participants, some of whom have prepared for the Hunger Games their entire lives. Throughout film, Katniss holds onto the themes of defiance and humanity, demonstrating it through her actions towards other characters, in order to win the Hunger Games.
There is not a single fascinating fiction work to be found which has no hero to admire. The notion of a hero implies a charismatic, and often selfless, person, whose indispensable qualities are determination and fortitude. Having a clear goal, they do everything possible to achieve it. Katniss Everdeen, the protagonist of the “Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins, possesses all the features inherent in a true hero.