Responsibility is key to survival in The Hunger Games because you must be responsible and careful before making a decision that depends on your life. “The price of greatness is responsibility.” (Winston Churchill) In The Hunger Games, two tributes, one male and one female under the age of eighteen, must leave their district to go and compete in The Hunger Games. While in the games all twenty-four tributes must fight to the death to entertain their Capital city. Normally there is only one winner but in this book there are two winners. In Suzanne Collins novel, The Hunger Games, the overarching theme is that responsibility is key to survival as demonstrated by the books main character, Katniss Everdeen, and how she takes care of her mother and younger sister, hunts for her own food, and trades for food and goods around her district.
The call of the wild is how Buck the main character in the book is moved from santa clara to the klondike for his ancestrial genes of how great they lead dogsledding packs, and throughout the book Buck overcomes many different obstacles to be te best of the best. The hunger games is a story where there is a game where you compete to survive, the game is put on by Capitol the evil antagonist which is cruel and for some reason likes to see death. These two books are completely different in many different ways, but it all follows the theme as the “Survival of the
That question is the heart of Toni Morrison’s novel Beloved. Sethe had a tough life in slavery, having to run and escape while pregnant. She had to make the gruesome choice before leaving about how to make the trip easiest and most successful. Using these factors, she had determined that killing her first child, Beloved, would be the best course of action. She did it quick and as painless as she could, yet the mark still remains to taunt her.
The Taliban soon invaded Pakistan in 2003 and wreaked havoc, death, and destruction upon Pakistan. The Taliban invaded Swat Valley and attacked Malala’s school on April 9, 2007 because they thought that girls’ education was wrong. Then the Taliban took away children’s education and enforced harsh laws in Swat Valley. Afterwards, Malala bravely responded by making a speech against the Taliban’s extreme ways on September 1, 2008. She also blogged about the attack on her school and made a website that works for education.
The next theme in George Orwell 's story Shooting an Elephant, is animal cruelty. This theme is probably one of the most obvious themes in this story. George is forced to shoot a majestic Elephant in the head. The only reason he has to shoot, is because the Elephant was captured and forced to work in a factory. It is not the Elephants fault that he went into must in the middle of town.
In the dystopian novel, The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins Katniss Everdeen has to survive the challenges the Hunger Games bring upon her. It takes a strong character to survive a surreal experience such as the Hunger Games. Some of the attributes Katniss has help her survive such a grueling experience. In the book Katniss shows us that she is resourceful, she can find her food in the wild and she knows many things about the woods, this helps her astronomically in the Hunger Games. According to the text,"As soon as I’m in the trees, I retrieve a bow and sheath of arrows from a hollow log.
I. Introduction The hunger games is an adventure and science fiction novel by the American writer Suzanne Collins. This is the trilogy movie, so the first one is the hunger games, next the hunger games catching fire and the last is the hunger games mocking jay. This novel was adapted to the movie in 2012 and directed by Gary Ross and co-written by Suzanne Collins herself. Point of view from this movie was from Katniss Everdeen who lives in Panem, North America.
Jill Valentine Resident Evil 5, is a prime example of the “action girl” storytelling concept in video games. Jill Valentine is a primary example due to her toughness, assistance to Chris Redfield and the rest of the B.S.A.A. members through her abilities to wield a weapon and for her title “The Master of Unlocking”. She is quick witted and fierce in her abilities to survive the horrors of the Spencer Mansion and make a desperate escape from Kijuju, Africa. But Jill is still stereotyped in the series in general.
She seems to be very keen about this murder and very confident, and the fact that she was alone on stage emphasises it. Her ambition and passion to get to power would make the Jacobean audience disapprove since Lady Macbeth is going against women’s stereotypes where they’re seen as weak and frail and what Lady Macbeth is doing is very uncommon. Her being alone on stage also shows how she doesn’t need Macbeth to help her or guide her, which again goes against women’s stereotypes since they had to be obedient and under a man’s protection. Having just killed Duncan- who wasn’t just king of Scotland but was a good man; Macbeth is unsurprisingly feeling guilty and is profoundly remorseful, as he has a clear conscious, when he goes back to his wife. Phrases like “I have done the deed.
Katniss points out that “I know I must have sponsors, at least one or two who could af-ford a pint of liquid for me.”(Collins 167). When Katniss needs something to depend on herself, her strongest weapon her bow and arrow. Ever since she was 14-15 she knew how to kill