The Hunger Games Dystopian Analysis

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Dystopian is the exact opposite — it describes an imaginary society that is as dehumanizing and as unpleasant as possible. The book is set in a dystopian future written by Suzanne Collins called "the hunger games". In the country of Panem, the powerful people of the Capitol rule the people of Panem with an iron fist.The people of the Capitol usually love to see the people who have less than they do suffer and make them just like puppets and use them for entertainment. Katniss lives in a dystopian future due to the Capitol’s wealth and the district’s poverty, their harsh punishment, and the people of Panem being forced to play the Hunger Games. In the first place, two individuals from every District (24 altogether) are compelled to enter the Hunger Games. The Hunger Games is a ridiculous, combatant style battle until the very end. “Taking the kids from our Districts, forcing them to kill one another while we watch.”(Collins, 18-19) This shows how the Capitol drives the Individuals to enter the…show more content…
“Someone who committed a crime. They cut her tongue so she can’t speak.”(Collins, 77) This is as unforgiving as it sounds. This is a truly brutal discipline, which is extremely unreasonable.“After the war, the Capitol destroyed all the nests surrounding the city, but the ones near the districts were left untouched. Another reminder of our weakness, I suppose, just like the Hunger Games. Another reason to keep inside the fence of District 12.” (Collins, 186) This is a way to keep the people of District 12 in their region. If anyone leaves their region they would be punished. “Look how we take your children and sacrifice them and there’s nothing you can do. If you lift a finger, we will destroy every last one of you. Just as we did to District thirteen.”(Collins, 19) In winding up, this quote reminds the Districts how District thirteen was punished very cruelly and devastated for resisting the
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