The Importance Of Challenges In The Hunger Games

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Everybody loves to watch others end up in a sticky situation, and see how they will react to the challenge, and what they will do. We love to watch others confront challenges. Whether it is about fighting to doing our homework, many times we do not know what to do. Some people do not know what to do if they confront a killer. Some people do not know what to do if they confront a huge assignment. However, most people do not know what to do, when they confront their fear death, and such a theme plays a huge role in Suzanne Collins dystopian novel “The Hunger Games”. Katniss hates the way the Districts are separated, and generally how the country of Panem is. She mentions a couple of times how she dislikes the rulers because of their acts and the reasoning of The Hunger Games. Generally, she does not like that everyone is controlled by the government. The way the citizens get suppressed by them. They have guards controlling the citizens holding them back, and if someone has a different opinion, they will get confronted. “When I was younger, I scared my mother to death, the things I would blurt out about District 12, about the people who rule our country, Panem, from the far- off city called the Capitol. Eventually, I understood this would only lead us to more trouble. So I learned to hold my tongue and to turn my features into an indifferent mask so that no one could ever read my thoughts.” In this quote, Katniss tells about how she would say stuff about the rulers, which

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