Mockingjay Book Report

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Summary: I finished reading Mockingjay, which is the last book of the Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins. It’s the third book, which begins in the midst of a war, led by rebels against President Snow and the Capitol. Katniss Everdeen becomes the head of the rebellion, also known as “The Mockingjay.” She has to go through brutal training and has to make difficult decisions and sacrifices. This book talks about the different events that happen in order to overthrow the Capitol and for Katniss to finally kill President Snow. My thoughts on the book: I thought that this book, as well as the trilogy was interesting and dramatic. My favorite part of the book was when Katniss volunteers for her sister Prim. It showed how much Katniss loves…show more content…
The symbolism throughout the book as well as the trilogy is a key factor in conveying the deeper meanings of some actions. I chose the symbol flowers because they have an effect on the book and the characters. Usually flowers symbolize love, but in this trilogy, it symbolizes different things. It symbolizes revenge. Hope. Struggle. For example; when president Snow leaves roses behind for Katniss, you get the deeper meaning of the relationship between them. Through analysing and writing a book report about the symbolism, I can understand the book and the happenings better. This was the best book report option because symbolism is very important. For example; if I created an advertisement or profile, I wouldn’t be able to talk about the symbols. I really wanted to talk about and convey the deeper meaning and importance of the symbolism in the book. Reflection on book report option: I liked this assignment because I get to be thorough in my reading. I like to deeply think about the book and understand it better. I learned about how to write a detailed reflection after critically analysing the book. The hardest part was finding the right quote to back up my theory/thoughts. There are many quotes that I can use, but I had to find one that really described my
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