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    The Mockingjay is an amazing book to read, and the movie is just as good. The Mockingjay is part of the Hunger Games series. After Katniss escapes the arena in book 2, they travel to District 13 to try to overthrow the capitol. Both parts of the movie and the book are heartwarming, adventurous, and intense, but have many similarities and differences. The similars definitely outnumber the differences. Surprisingly, in the book, there are a lot of differences. For example, In the book, when Katniss

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    Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Introduction: Introductory Statement: In my media review paper I will be examining the effects of posttraumatic stress disorder of one of the main characters from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 1, Katniss Everdeen. Terrified by the violence and cruelty of the Games she had no choice but to stay brave. Thesis Statement: Katniss has trouble identifying herself as she goes through the psychological trauma of the Games a second time in Mockingjay part 1 and 2

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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

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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

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    Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins is good book about how Katniss Everdeen goes through her life on the run from the Capital. After the second Hunger Games, Katniss gets pulled out and brought somewhere she didn’t expect. In District 13 Katniss is along with the rest of the rebels inspired by her. All of her friends that were in the games with her got rescued all except Peeta. Katniss is heartbroken and wants to go back to save Peeta and kill President Snow. Snow is the one that created the games

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    “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” is an exciting conclusion to the Hunger Games series about a war between the evil Capitol and the Districts who were once under their rule. Katniss Everdeen is given the title of “Mockingjay” in which her job is to give the Districts hope of a victory over the Capitol. The job seems simple enough, all she has to do is shoot commercials to help the war rebel war effort, but it becomes much more dangerous than that later. The theme of Mockingjay is to always stay hopeful

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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

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    Mockingjay Part 2 Essay

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    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 2 is the least enjoyable out of the four series; it's dull, dreadful, and slow moving. The plot for those who don't know, involves the final assault on the oppressive Capitol by Katniss Everdeen who is played by Jennifer Lawrence and a group of her rebellious victors. Katniss and her team are sent by the rebel leader Alma Coin who is played by Julianne Moore to what seemed to be a typical propaganda mission in areas of the capital already appeased by rebel troops

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    The phenomenon of The Hunger Games continues to catch fire worldwide with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. Katniss Everdeen is found in District 13 after she destroys the games forever. Under the direction of President Coin and the reliance on her trusted friends and family, Katniss spreads her wings as she fights to save Peeta and Panem. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is better than its forerunners. But, it would be hard to comprehend for someone who hasn’t seen the previous films.

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    Mockingjay by an American author, Suzanne Collins, is a science fiction novel that was published in 2010 by Scholastic Corporation. This book can be described as a War Novel or a dystopian fiction. Some of the major themes that are a part of this book are how the war was painful, the act of sacrifice, and humanity and society could all die out from fighting each other uselessly. Suzanne Collins is a 52 year old, American television writer and novelist, who have written the best-selling series The

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