Overall the books both present the theme that what you love is worth fighting for. The theme what you love is worth for is portrayed in The Hunger Games, by Katniss taking risks to help her family, friends, and district. Katniss loves her sister Prim and will do anything to keep her alive. ‘“I volunteer!”
Mama knew that Maggie feared her sister, because as Dee arrived at their home “Maggie attempts to make a dash for the house, in her shuffling way, but I stay her with my hand. (151)” Maggie is used to Dee getting everything while she stood back
I think teens can relate to the novel Anthem because the main character is a teen. Also because in this novel everyone is controlled by someone I figure that most teens feel in someway that someone is always controlling them. That is one way that I suppose teens can Relate to the novel “Anthem”. Another way is, most teens want to do what they want to do and not listen to what other people
In this book, Katniss and Prim lose their father, which has a great impact on their mother. Katniss' mother's response is very similar to Geneva's. "She didn't do anything but sit propped up in a chair, or more often huddled under the blankets on her bed, eyes fixed on some point in the distance... no amount of pleading seemed from Prim seemed to affect her" (Collins 26). Katniss' mother is not accepting the death of her husband by blocking out everyone, which is almost exactly the same response as Geneva to her situation.
Character Analysis of the Protagonist in “Everyday Use” Like an onion, the protagonist (mom) in Alice Walker’s short story “Everyday Use” has many layers to her character. As a single parent the mom has to solely provide the necessities of life for her kids, being the only emotional support and dealing with daughters whom are both needing their mother’s wisdom. Her daughter Dee/Wangero, an exceptionally beautiful young woman blessed with “her feet …always neat-looking, as if God himself had shaped them with a certain style” (111), is having an identity crisis as well as being used to getting what she wants. These character traits of Dee/Wangero ultimately creates a conflict within the family dynamic. Maggie is the complete opposite of her sister, while Dee/Wangero is beautiful and smart, Maggie is disfigured and simple-minded.
My interest for writing surfaced when I was ten years old. I was an avid reader by that time, and preferred books over people to keep me company. My parents encouraged my interest by taking me to the library every week and helping me pick books to read. The gradual exposure to the world of literature eventually lead me to write my own stories. One of my first experiences was a writer was producing my own interpretation of Cinderella after reading Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine, who put an interesting twist on the classic tale.
As adolescents, they will need time to figure out who they really are as people. They need to figure out their interests and hobbies therefore they will stick with their peers rather than their elders. My social example is that teens usually have common interests with their peers which make them connect better with each other than they would with
An obstacle I've had to overcome throughout most of my education was the absence of assistance at home. This caused a great deal of stress on me as a kid. My grandma raised me, who is blind. This resulted in me helping take care of her since I was about the age of six or seven.
The famous read book was by a women Harriet Beecher Stowes Uncle Toms Cabin. The book talked about how slavery impacted a lot of people’s lives. Factories in Northeast Massachusetts hired women to work in those factories in producing cotton or making shoes. Many other types of women like african americans worked in jobs that belonged to houses for example cooking, cleaning and even taking care of
(I have found this one the most successful.) I have also started to watch some videos to help me with my writing, one video that I found recently was, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDUXvXGg2Ss. I have found if I just spend about thirty minutes a day watching videos about writing it helps make me feel more comfortable when I sit down to
so she decided to write some herself. This paper is going to discuss expectation, description, comparison and review. The target audience for this book is teens and young adults making it a book chosen by middle school teachers for a class to read. So of course for most this book’s expectation was set
Perhaps it was guilt for not having sought her out and spoken to her during the trial. Perhaps it was the loneliness that followed Michael around after she left when he was fifteen. More likely than not, Michael’s lifelong obsession with Hanna caused him to reach back and try to hold on to one of their old rituals. He is not able to bathe or sleep with her, so he instead decides to read to her. This is only further proven when the first book he records to send to her in prison is The Odyssey – the first book he ever read to her as a child.
I remember the first time I read a book in its entirety—and the first book I read that I thoroughly enjoyed—because it was only a few years ago. Unlike most English majors, I was not a “born reader.” I did not read for pleasure until after I graduated high school, which was a mere four years ago. I remember during high school I did not like to read and even tried to avoid any reading unless I was forcefully assigned to for, say, a book report or some project that required reading. Because of this, I considered reading to being schoolwork—and I did not want to do schoolwork.
The book I got from my grandpa When I was like 7 my grandpa brought a book to me from his trip to detroit. It was a book about cars. It was like my favorite book for a long time because I liked cars a lot when I was growing up. The book was about a bunch of different chevrolet cars and who made them and designed them and stuff like that. Thats why I was so interested in the book.
In the novel The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins conveys the qualities of a hero through the character Katniss Everdeen. The novel is set in the dystopian nation of Panem, where one boy and girl from 12 different Districts must take part in The Hunger Games, a televised annual event in which the tributes of each District, are required to fight to the death until there is only one survivor. The protagonist Katniss everdeen volunteers to take her younger sister Prim’s place and subsequently evolves into a significant hero in the novel. The qualities that emerge as a result of Katniss’s journey that make her a hero include courage and evolving identity. Thus, it will be ascertained that through the character Katniss Everdeen, Collins conveys the qualities of a true hero.