In Macbeth this happens when Macduff decides to take action and overthrow Macbeth. Gaining support from the English, “Thither Macduff, Is gone to pray the holy king upon his aid, To wake Northumberland and warlike Siward” to “Prepares for some attempt of war.” Reveals that Macduff is plotting a war against Macbeth to remove him from the throne due to his tyrannic rule. In The Hunger Games a similar scenario is seen when Katniss blackmails the capitol by threatening to kill both Peeta and herself, a sign of rebellion which leads to a larger scale rebellion. This rebellion sees the oppressed districts come up against the powerful president snow and his Capitol eventually overthrowing him.
The powerless families and loved ones of the tributes stay at home and as parents bear witness to their son or daughter’s murder on live television. Just to inflict the greatest pain possible on them, families must watch the death of their child on several occasions. Each death is broadcast once on live television when it actually happens and once more when the victor of the Games is presented with the images of all the killings that took place in that year’s show and again in the annual three-hour-long summary. The poor districts also have to celebrate the victor of each year when he or she visits the district during the Victory Tour. Naturally, the victor can be the person who was responsible for killing the children of that particular district.
Compare and Contrast Name Trinity Morse “The Lottery” and Hunger Games Both “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins are about dystopian societies in which life and death events occur. They are similar in a way and not similar in a way. They are similar because this event happens once a year. In “The Lottery” the whole Village Square gets rocks and throws them at the winner they will throw the rocks until the winner is died. In The Hunger Games they get slips and put them in a jar and a special person with pull a girl and a boy from the jar.
The participants fight till death, and the survived participant is crowned as the Victor. The novel tells the story of the sixteen-year-old girl Katniss Everdeen, who volunteers to take her younger sister's place in the annual Hunger Games. Peeta was chosen as the male contestant from district 12. The novel
She also hasn’t seen her aunt since she was a baby so she feels like a stranger to her. However, her mother feels like moving her there for the summer would be good for her relationship. Also it would help her mom get her degree faster and they wouldn’t have to move anymore.
There, they will compete in a televised blood sport – the eponymous “Hunger Games.” When her little sister is selected by lottery for the Games, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) steps in to take her place. Along with baker’s boy Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), Katniss departs for the Capitol, where she discovers a world of exoticism and violence. Eventually, she and Peeta are thrust into the arena, where they must fight for their lives against dozens of other tributes. A movie like “The Hunger Games” stands or falls on the success of its leads.
I gasp. “I volunteer as tribute!” (Collins 22). When Katniss realized that it was Prim that was called she immediately said that. Katniss loves Prim so much that she put herself in danger just to save her.
Boom! As you hear a distant bang. That’s the sound of an innocent person perishing. In the film the “Hunger Games”, Katniss Everdeen, one of the participants from district 12 partakes in a yearly television program called the hunger game. The TV program pits children from every district to fight till one remains.
In the dystopian novel, The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins in the beginning creates a depressed mood. For example, at the beginning of the story when the author reveals how the hard years of the life in District 12 have affected the people. Katniss wakes up the day of the reaping she thinks of all the people of District 12 gathered together waiting to see if they or their child will be sent to their deathbed. The character thinks, “Men and women with hunched shoulders, swollen knuckles, many who have long stopped trying to scrub the coal dust out of their broken nails, the lines of their sunken
Such openly rebellious actions immediately put themselves and their family in danger. DEFINE the archetype and TELL HOW the character fits the archetype PIECE #1 The Rebel archetype is used for an individual in a repressed society that seeks revenge over their harsh ruler on a time they have been wronged. The rebel is constantly defying their ruler and seeking for ways to overthrow their oppressor. Katniss fits this archetype because constantly throughout the Hunger Games, she finds ways to defy the government and show that she wouldn’t be a part of their games, and sparks hope into the lives of those suffering from the control of the government with her rebellious actions.
In the book, The Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen is a strong character with many admirable traits. She lives in an unspecified futuristic time period in a nation called Panem with twelve districts. Every year in Panem, an event takes place called The Hunger Games. The Hunger Games is a televised battle where each district of Panem sends a girl and a boy tribute, or participant, to fight to the death. One year, Katniss’s sister is chosen to be a tribute from her district, but Katniss volunteers to take her sister's place because she can’t stand the thought of losing her.
Courage is the ability to do something that frightens you. Many people in society claim to have courage when they seem to be scared of showing their true colors. A person that I know that has courage is a character in the book The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. That character is Katniss Everdeen. She shows courage by volunteering for The Hunger Games instead of her sister who had to go.
In the novel “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins, there are many memorable symbols used. One of these symbols is the Mockingjay. The reason this symbol is important is that it helps the reader to understand some of the main ideas of the novel. Suzanne Collins wants the reader to think about the Mockingjay. The Mockingjay in “The Hunger Games” is a symbol used as a representative of the rebellion, this is so, because, many years ago in Panem, the Capitol breed these birds, called Jabberjays, specifically to spy on rebellions and find out what their plans were, the Capitol were able to do this through the usage of these birds as they were able to pick up what people said, and replicate the words said precisely.