Katniss not just has to survive in the hunger games but also in everyday life in the districts. In conclusion hunger games is a great example of how love and survival can change one’s life. In the hunger games Katniss faces all these challenges which she, in the end conquered all of them. Katniss had
Prim has motivated her to reach the goal of winning the Games. This characteristic of Katniss's helps convey the theme of survival because without her perseverance, she would not have been able to survive and make it home to her sister. Her perseverance kept her going even when the times in the Games got tough. Katniss and Peeta have been through a great quantity of situations in the Games. At this point in the story, they have finally reached the surreal moment of winning the Hunger Games.
Katniss learns how to be more selfless and not let coming from district 12 define who she is and what she can do. Katniss is a strong, force,and selfless charter who the readers can see a little bit of themselves in her as she develops through the story. The readers also strive to be a little bit more like Katniss everyday because she has the strength and willpower to complete any task that she puts her mind too. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is an amazing book for readers of all
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. Her companion is Peeta Mellark. Both characters are very strong female leaders that have a purpose and represent growth, change, and overcoming
Equality is something that is important to all women and always has been. Women began standing up and speaking out against inequality when they had little to no rights, and have continued to do so to get to where equality is today. This all started with the women’s rights movement that formed during the reform period. But, how effective was this movement? Well, it brought women together through views and opinions to configure the women’s rights movement.
Throughout the Harry Potter series, it can be seen that the most significant female character is Hermione Granger. The portrayal of Hermione shows Rowling believes about how women should behave as she is seen as the epitome of girl power (Pham, 2014). Her cleverness are shown throughout the series where she is seen to read and study a lot. Besides being smart, Hermione is known to be brave as she follows Harry’s battle to fight Voldemort by defeating the rivals. Other than that, she is known for being a loyal friend and independent, specifically from boys.
It is through these lessons that she hopes for her daughter to be respected within her own home and by her community as well. It is also through Kincaid 's use of her setting, constructive atmosphere, and one sentence structure that some readers can better understand the mother 's belief of how productivity will lead to a respected life. After reading "Girl" readers are now made more aware of the direct relation between domestic knowledge and strict gender roles being forced onto
In the novel A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled Hosseini, showcases the struggles women face on their journey for fulfillment and satisfaction in difficult circumstances such as war, abuse, and loss. Mariam and Laila both find fulfillment and self satisfaction in their life through resilience and inner strength. The ability of women to establish their identity and roles in society is based on their drive to love others, seek purpose through hardships, defeat a common enemy, and conquer their inner demons. Women are able to establish their identity and roles in society through loving others and feeling loved. Laila and Mariam find their identity through loving others and feeling love back through horrid situations.
The women looked up to Mary because she represented strength and courage and doing what is right. Reacting to this statue in the way she does foreshadows Lily’s eventual transformation. Readers see that Lily has the ability to become a powerful woman because she can recognize and feel magnetically pulled toward images of such a woman. Teaching this book in a classroom can help young girls develop into strong and powerful women. All females are strong in their own individual ways.
Her main objective was always the survival of her family. When being put in front of the Hunger Games cameras, though, things get somewhat complicated. Katniss must form a person that will sell herself to the audiences at home and to possible sponsors. Family is the inspiration for Katniss to join the Hunger Games. It is also, what keeps her going through the threats of the arena and her fights against other tributes.
A strong work ethic, a fierce focus, an attention to detail, and a strong desire for success…these are some of the qualities that make Miss Elizabeth Peck a very special young lady. I have known Elizabeth for two and a half years as her classroom teacher and Beta Club advisor. In every interaction that I have had with Elizabeth, she has been the picture of maturity and class. She is an extraordinary young lady who has proven that persistence is the most reliable indicator of success. Elizabeth was a student in my English II-Honors class, and she immediately set herself apart from her peers by turning in work that was fastidiously done.
Golda Meir was an important figure for all women around the world. During her life, she inspired women to be greater than their society. Many women in that time were trapped in their society.Golda Meir showed them that they could be better than that. She not only helped women grow from their society but she changed the society for all women. She showed women who they could really be.
Eleanor Roosevelt is an inspiration for me, as a woman, and anyone who have felt the pressures of conforming to stand up strongly for their own personal beliefs despite societal limitations. Completely changing the role of the First Lady, Roosevelt actively promoted the careers of many women and encouraged them to enter the public life more. She became the protector of those most likely to be left on the margins– particularly women, African-Americans, and children- and fought for their rights. If Eleanor Roosevelt was alive today, I would ask what factors inspired her to persevere through harsh criticism, ridicule, and disapproval. From her dictating mother-in-law to parts of the American population, opposition for her battle against inequality