Hunger Games Literary Analysis

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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. Electrified or not, the fence has been successful at keeping the flesh-eaters out of District 12. Inside the woods they roam freely, and there are added concerns like venomous snakes, rabid animals, and no real paths to follow. But there’s also food if you know how to find it.”This develops the theme because it shows that Katniss is handy with a bow. Furthermore, it shows that she is familiar on how to find food in the forest. Katniss is also very good at making things with little resources or time. In the text it states,”Peeta’s face is gray in the pale moonlight. I make him lie down before I probe his wound. Warm, slippery blood runs over my fingers. A bandage will not be enough. I’ve seen my mother tie a tourniquet a handful of times, and try to replicate it. I cut free a sleeve from my shirt, wrap it twice around his leg just under his knee, and tie a half knot. I don’t have a stick,
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