The Hunger Games trilogy and Ender’s Game. Each individual books written by two different authors, yet there are still similarities buried within the theme of both books, as well as their differences. In both novels, sacrifice is a prominent theme, which plays an important role in becoming a leader. Collins and Card both craft their individual story in a way in which the characters from each book, Katniss Everdeen and Ender Wiggin, took risks for their family, and lost someone close to them.
Title: Ender’s Game 1. Significance of the title: Throughout the novel, Ender is manipulated into playing a “game” that turns out to kill many, buggers and humans alike. Although he single-handedly defeated the buggers, the loss of life that could have been avoided or reduced shocks Ender, and he feels indignant toward his manipulators. This game transforms Ender’s life and alters the ideals he stands by. 2.
With the advancement of technology new complex jobs have been created. Who else is there to take the jobs, other than humanity’s own youth? The pressure for humanity’s youth to succeed is greater than ever before. In Ender’s Game, Ender is always under pressure to win and to learn, and it takes its toll. Orson Scott Card uses the character of Ender to help demonstrate the pressure that human society puts on its youth to succeed today, through Symbolism, Imagery and Catharsis.
Report #2 The first quote on page 19 is possibly one of the most important quotes in the whole novel. ”Knocking him down was the first fight. I wanted to win all the next one’s too. So they’d leave me alone”(Ender 19), Ender says this when confronted by his parts and Colonel Graff about why he beat the Stilson boy so bad he is now in the hospital.
Ender’s treatment of Stilson was generally right, because it leads him to be a part of the Battle School, which trains the children to be a part of the International Fleet. The International Fleet is an organization made up of all the nations whom have united in order to provide further protection and power in future wars between humans and buggers. In contrast, from our world today, the main source of conflict comes from extraterrestrial beings, instead of other countries. This causes the people in Ender’s world to develop new systems that unite all countries, advance in technology, and train the children who show an early potential to be a part of the I.F (International Fleet). If Ender had not beaten up Stilson after Stilson had repeatedly taunted him, then he wouldn’t have had gotten the opportunity to be a part of the Battle School, which would then give him the opportunity to be a part of the International Fleet and contribute to the protection of Earth and the people on it.
The short story A Jury of Her Peers, written by Susan Glaspell, clearly demonstrates fear and its control within characters throughout the story. The main character, Minnie Foster, a lovely young woman who sang in the choir and known as a very open person. However, once she got married, she became much quieter. The two other women in the story, one of whom know Minnie, uncover some evidence that would incriminate Minnie for the murder of her husband. The women find out that Minnie’s husband treats Minnie poorly and may have physically hurt Minnie as well.
Innumerable volumes of people portray power as one’s capacity to exhibit their potency; their unquenchable thirst for the dominion over all. Formidable and influential flawlessly depicts the being this definition conveys, a being considerably similar to Ender Wiggin. To the lionizing eyes of Earth, he is a child deity who possessed power abundant enough to exterminate an entire extraterrestrial race, but in truth, he is a boy, rupturing from his plethora of errors. In Ender’s Game, Orson Scott Card To be vague, Ender’s usage of power is persistent, him not ceasing until the annihilation is complete. “Ender…kicked him again…
There are many genocides that could be compared to the one that was committed in Ender’s Game, yet the Armenian Genocide has two similar traits that to it that really makes it stand out from the others. Those two points really come from the motive and the reasoning behind the wars. The start of both conflicts relate to one side wanting to grow and expand their population. The fire that keeps these wars burning is fuelled by a general misunderstanding for each other. But these are only some of the points that prove the relevance between the two genocides.
Is Ender’s brilliance something to be proud of or to be feared of. Will Ender live up to the expectations that other people have for him or will he disappoint them all . Ender's game by Orson Scott Card is set in the future where they believe that children are better than adults to fight off space creatures .Ender though isn't like every other children he’s one of the few children in the world that can actually beat the space creatures the other children are his sister Valentine and his older brother Peter. Ender is a 6 year old boy whose more intelligent than others
Video Games; Causing Violent Crimes or Causing Fun? Is there a link between video games and people's behavior? Does playing violent video games precipitate the person who plays them more violent? Do video games have a negative impact on the player? Video game violence has been a controversial subject for many years.
The Command School authorities made the better choice for humanity's sake at the expense of Ender. What they chose was the intended goal of Command School, and it also saved the most people. Their decision might not be free from ethical questioning, but in the end, it was best for humanity and hence justified. In a utilitarian perspective, Colonel Graff and Major Anderson did nothing wrong.
Quarter 2 Term Paper In Ender's Game, Earth is at war with the buggers, an alien species that has been a threat to humankind for a very long time. The humans think that they are attacking to gain land, but they can not know for sure. Mazer Rackham, Ender's teacher, thinks they have different reasons for attacking. "The buggers don't talk.