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  • The Hunger Games : Mockingjay

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    YASHA’S BOOK REPORT- THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PLOT ‘THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY’ takes place several months since the last outing, Catching Fire. Seventeen year old Katniss Everdeen has survived The Hunger Games twice, but along with her outstanding victory, which bewildered The Capitol’s devious Gamemakers. There were consequences. The infuriated president of Panem, President Snow, didn’t see actions taking place in order to eliminate Katniss, which was his bidding. Therefore, he plans

  • Mockingjay Symbolism Essay

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    symbols is the Mockingjay. The reason the symbol is important is that it helps the reader to understand some of the main ideas in the novel. Suzanne Collins wants the reader to think about the rebellion and the rebels fighting back and breaking free from the capitol through the use of the mockingjay symbol. The Mockingjay is used to symbolize the rebellion against the capitol and the districts rising up and fighting for themselves breaking the control of the Capitol. The mockingjay symbol is used

  • Mockingjay And The Ship Of The Dead Analysis

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    In the book Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins, there is a character named Katniss that has to face her struggles of maintaining friendships after getting picked up from the Quarter Quell and taking down the Capitol. In the book The Ship of the Dead, by Rick Riordan, there is a character named Magnus Chase who has to venture to different worlds and stop the villain named Loki and his ship from starting the end of the world or Ragnarok. These books may sound different such as having the author have different

  • The Mockingjay in Suzanne Collins Hunger Games Series

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    In Suzanne Collins third book of her hunger games series, called mockingjay, Katniss Everdeen, her young sister prim, and her friends adjust to the strict life of the underground city of District 13. Now the home of Katniss, district 13 has become the center of focus from the capitals destructive war on the rebel forces. The scrambling district 13 convinces Katniss to be “the mockingjay” and lead the rebels in their fight for freedom. Katniss is unhappily kept out of actual combat until she is in

  • Mockingjay

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    MOCKINGJAY Ladies and gentleman of the jury I find the book mocking jay by Suzanne Collins in 2010 to be very good at keeping me in suspense and keeping me interested. However, there were areas in which the book was not quite as good such as giving all the details, being too violent, and isn’t good for little kids. The book is a good book and I liked it but I didn’t like it as much as I did the first 2 books and this last book disappointed me. I was expecting some amazing ending to the series of

  • Summary Of Mockingjay

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    Through the course of her Mockingjay duties, Katniss sees first hand what the Capital has done and is willing to do. Prim is now a medic helping the wounded, and Gale is a soldier in the rebellion. Katniss lays her conditions to President Coin in order for her to assume the role of the Mockingjay. The conditions include rescuing Peeta and the other Victors from the Capital, and they will be granted full immunity. The Conditions are met, and to make sure Coin holds her side of the agreement, Katniss

  • Mockingjay Essay

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    The book I chose to read for my second quarter government book was The Mocking Jay from the Hunger games series. The author of this book is Suzanne Collins. There is a lot that goes on in the story, involving many things in the war of her districts. It is causing a rebellion in the districts. Katniss takes stock of her new position as a rebel in District 13. Only three victors were saved from the arena from the last book from the Hunger games series; Beetee who is an old man from District 3, also

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    Hunger Games is a book trilogy that was turned into a movie series. The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay are a part of the original book trilogy written by Suzanne Collins. The books quickly became an extremely popular hit, and they were turned into a mainstream movie series franchise. The movies based off the popular books are The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Mockingjay Part 1, and Mockingjay Part 2. “With more than 26 million books sold and box office receipts grossing $68.3 million on the

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    Amandip Lidder Mrs. Suresh ENG 4U0 July, 22, 2015 Independent Study Unit The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and Steven Galloway’s The Cellist of Sarajevo demonstrates the way in which people are affected by war, and a brutal dictatorship. The authors illustrates the main purpose for writing their novel through the use of imagery, characterization, foreshadowing, flashback, similes, and symbolism. Suzanne

  • Summary Of The Hunger Games Catching Fire

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    The Hunger Games Catching Fire Summary The Hunger Games Catching Fire starts off with Katniss in the woods looking for snare hubs which catches animals, she normally goes with her friend Gale on Sundays, but, he works in a coal mine for a living because in district 12, the most abundant product is coal. Katniss does not need a job because the previous year, her and Peeta (Katniss’ alleged boyfriend) won the Hunger Games and now have so much money that they do not need to work. Katniss heads to