Similarities Between The Hunger Games And Fahrenheit 451

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A dystopian society is an imagined one where there is great suffering or injustice. The three books in this essay all fit into that category. Dystopia is when some things about society in the future change for the worse. The result of these changes is suffering and injustice for the people living in this society. All of this is what makes a society dystopian. The Hunger Games is a book about a world where society is split up into 12 districts. Every year there is a game where two people, one male and one female, get reaped from each district. The 24 tributes get put into an arena to fight to the death, with only one victor. That victor comes back each year to mentor future tributes. This is called the Hunger Games. It exists for the entertainment of the capital, and gets played on every TV throughout the districts.The main character Katniss Everdeen volunteers for her twelve year old sister Prim when …show more content…

The hunger games and Fahrenheit 451 are similar because in both books there is fire and death. There is fire in the hunger games when the gamemakers set parts of the arena on fire to bring the tributes closer together, and there is death when people kill other tributes to try and become the next victor. There is fire in fahrenheit 451 when firemen burn the books, and there is death when people die for their books. In Matched and the hunger games, there is a government that controls absolutely everything. In both books the government (the society and the capital) controls where they live, what they eat, and what they can and cannot do. In Fahrenheit 451 and Matched, people are willing to take risks to get what they want. In matched Cassia is taking the risk of going behind the backs of society, and her match xander to have a relationship with Ky, which can get them both in big trouble because of Ky’s aberration status. In Fahrenheit 451 Montag risks his life, job, and marriage to read illegal

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