“I hate men who are afraid of women 's strength.” This quote symbolizes the fear characters felt from two wellknown female protagonists. In the actionstyled fantasy novel called The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins, Katniss Everdeen was chosen as a tribute for the 74th Hunger Games and has to fight her way out of the arena. She is exceptionally talented in her bow skills and her ability to survive in the wilderness. While the fantasy action themed novel, Divergent written by Veronica Roth showcases a 16 year old girl, called Tris and her unique and different mind. Although Tris has a very nimble and weak body, she has a very quick and can solve incoming problems well.
There are two verses of The Hunger Games. Showing argumentative and similarities of the book and movie. One similarity of the book and movie is that part when The Hunger Games had started. The Career group found Katniss in a tree, and Rue showed Katniss the Tracker Jackers. Then, Katniss cut the branch which fell on the Career group.
In the opening chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird one character introduced who is strikingly interesting is Calpurnia. Calpurnia is considered a mother figure for Jem and Scout; always getting onto them is they misbehave. We observe this when Scout says “she always ordering me out of the kitchen, asking why I couldn't behave as well as Jem.” Calpurnia also respects others no matter their origin or race. This is portrayed after Scout scorned Walter for pouring molasses all over his food. Calpurnia tells Scout, “There’s some folks who don’t eat like us...but you ain't called on to contradict em at the table when they don’t.” Calpurnia also plays a key role of racial differences during that time period.
Both Divergent and The Hunger Games have females as the lead character, and they are both accompanied by a male companion. In Divergent the main character is Beatrice Prior, and her companion is Tobias Eaton, also know as Four. Tris starts in the beginning of the story as a naive young girl that is unaware of what is happening to divergent people. She then transforms into a rebelling, strong, and powerful woman that stands up for what she believes in. In The Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen is similar to Tris because she starts off as a quiet girl who just follows the rules, but by the end she is standing up against the capital.
At school they had to change their food too because they didn't want to feel like they were doing wrong by eating Indian food for example "but she only shook her head and plowed through her way solemnly through who sandwich" (Ru par.15) this shows how much she really wanted to eat Indian food but she had to fit into the British society. What Cynthia brought made the little girl miss her Indian food which was "thin wheat chapattis, some vegetable curry, and a bottle of buttermilk" (Ru par.15) This shows that these girls just wanted to fit into the
The reaction to this small house affects her to dream of living in a house of her own (Cisneros 4). Esperanza isn’t all that wealthy; this is evident when they can’t afford lunch meats so she makes a rice Maggard 3 sandwich (Cisneros 44). Overall Esperanza learns to cope with her living situation just talking to people and she also works really hard in school and at home and eventually moves away. These three characters have proved to all be very unique and different. Esperanza’s story took place in the 80’s while Melinda’s took place in the 90’s and Scout’s in the 30’s.
There were two different things created after this real story. A novel, and a movie. But which one was better? Well, I personally think that the Novel did a better job of connecting to Helen’s life. First off, there was a time when Helen, Annie, and all the others were eating at breakfast.
Temptation and greed are significant elements in the three stories, as many of the characters’ actions are a result of bad decisions made due to these forces. In Alice in Wonderland, Alice’s food related temptations are what cause her change of size and her progression through the world of Wonderland. Alice is often not even hungry when confronted with items of food in the story, it is their presence that tempts her to eat them: “In the middle of the court was a table, with a large dish of tarts upon it: they looked so good, that it made Alice quite hungry to look at them” (96). It is her lack of restraint when it comes to her appetite that causes her change of size and her lack of power throughout much of the story. Gluttony is displayed for
Warm Bodies is a modern work of literature and that makes it more relatable to today’s society. Since the more outcome in Warm Bodies was realistic, aside from the zombie apocalypse, it allowed the audience to relate more than they would have Romeo and
The Outsiders: Compare and Contrast In the novel “The Outsiders,” by S.E Hinton and the movie by Francis Ford Coppola have numerous similarities and differences. Our thoughts on these particular aspects are very diverse as the universe is. Many things have been either left out or diminished from the movie, which makes it less interesting as the suspense lessens as you have finished reading the book. Although this might be the case, there were also many similarities between the two sources. The movie also missed critical events and that the author has included in her book, including Sandy, Ponyboy’s talk with Cherry Valance about sunsets, the streetlight in which Dally died, the hearing of Ponyboy’s fate at court, and Sodapop’s horse Mickey Mouse.
During Jeanne’s stay at Manzanar, she had first handily experienced her first meal, which then made a big impact during her stay at Manzanar. She was given apricots over her rice, something that was out of her cultural norm which is why it had impacted her stay at Manzanar. Traditionally, the author explains that rice is to be served with savory or salty food, but she was given apricots instead. This can be assumed that her own culture consisted of a different cuisine, and to receive something outside of that, would have given her a feeling of disgust and unease at Manzanar. Jeanne had also implied how she felt horrified when she had and wanted to comment, but her mom had prevented her from doing so.
It draws me in more than the movie does. Firstly, in my opinion I think it has more details than the movie. The book has the same characters but in the book there is three sisters. The book had details that felt so real. It described everything, the setting and the mood.
In my opinion Suzanne Collins, author of the Hunger Games, and Veronica Roth, author of Divergent, had similar ideas but presented them in different ways. Some similarities in the two book series is that both were dystopian fiction, both had strong female leads and both societies rebelled against authority. Although the books had many similarities, they also had many differences. In Divergent the protagonist, Tris, died at the end while Katniss, the Hunger Games protagonist, lived. In Divergent the characters got to choose which faction they wanted to live in the year they turned sixteen while the Hunger Games’ characters were born into their districts and remained there.
Anne wrote in her famous diary to pass two years of hiding. They also made a list of stuff they needed. This list usually contained bread, books, potatoes, and cigarettes, if Mr. Van Daan was lucky. Another key point, is that the food they were given couldn’t always feed them all, sometimes the proportions given were very little. Peter played with his cat, Mouschi, while he and the others were in hiding.
Morgan Spurlock did this experiment because two overweight girls were sewing the Mcdonald 's fast food restaurant for making them obese. The girls lost the case because they couldn’t prove that Mcdonald’s food made them obese. Morgan did this experiment to prove if Mcdonald’s food did have an effect on your health after eating only Mcdonald 's. During the experiment Morgan had to follow rules and guidelines. Rule #1 is that when only when asked Morgan must eat Super Sized Meals.