The main character reacts differently to fear. Under the influence of aversion, Katniss Everdeen is able to accomplish astonishing things. For instance when she volunteered as tribute in order to spear her sister’s life. Indeed, it was out of fear of losing her younger sister that she made the ultimate sacrifice. Another example was when Katniss decided to attend the feast of the games.
Is it possible for love to blind? Can love be harmful? In The Hunger Games the main character, Katniss, volunteers to save her sister from an almost certain death. She is forced to enter an arena and must kill to survive. However, while she is in the arena she builds relationships with many characters and she does her best to save the people she loves.
Although killing is illegal, Macbeth sees no harm at all to killing King Duncan because he said that his son will be next in line for king. In Act 2 Scene 1 lines 64 and 65 Macbeth states, “Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell that summons thee to heaven or to hell”. This showing that in his pursuit of power Macbeth will kill anyone and does not care where they end up, as long as they are dead. His ambition to be king is so high that while in this pursuit of power he will do whatever it takes to get to the top. But this comes back to haunt him when he realizes that King Duncan actually
When death takes his godson, his godson was “unable to resist and was obligated to follow death” and no matter how the godson tried to escape/trick death “[he] fell forever into the hands of Death”. Because the godson could not control his fate with death, it shows that death is more forceful than all man, even his godson. The book ends with the lesson that death can not be resisted and if death decides to take a person, the person will have no option but to go with death and, pass away. Altogether, Godfather death, the theme of death is applied to teach the simple facts of death.
Competitor from other territory knows that too, so everyone who survive in the battle will try their best to get the rescue goods. However, to rescue her only companion Peta, Katniss still try to get a bundle for him although Peta ask him to stay and she knows how hard this challenge will be. That's really brave for a girl; this typical episode in the movie will surely be enough to tell everyone how brave this girl
Seeing not only her mother but her female friends and family members regret their choices, Esperanza is deeply affected and succeeds on making changes that allow her a better life. Esperanza realizes that what other females in her life regret the most is their lack of independence. She summarizes her thoughts of her own independence when she states what she wants, “Not a man’s house. Not a daddy’s. A house all my own.
In the middle of Harrison speech, the Handicap General arrived at the studio and killed Harrison. Harrison Bergeron is intelligent, athletic and courage’s. He wanted to live a normal life without the government dictating people to be equal. Society was so inhibitory that no one ever questions the government. He was brave enough to question and try to stop them.
The Hunger Games and women in society: Suzanne Collins author of “The Hunger Games” designed Katniss Everdeen as the idealistic image of women in society. Her strength, skills, and self-control make her a figure of a woman perfect to match how our society wants women to be like and Suzanne wants that to stand out and make us think about it. Suzanne Collins wants to express how she thinks female should be like in everyday life and express that Katniss is much more than just a character, she is a message that is being sent to all the readers. Katniss breaks all the already established stereotypes by being able to survive, improvise and control herself in bad moments when even the toughest person would break apart. Katniss is strong since she was born she was being “tested”, she knows a wide variety of survival skills and her knowledge expands even more when she starts practicing for the hunger games.
The Minotaur is confined in a labyrinth, which is impossible to escape from. Not one person had escaped from the Minotaur, but Theseus still volunteers to be a victim. He kills the Minotaur with his bare hands and escapes from the labyrinth. Theseus undoubtedly displays his confidence and heroism as he alone defeats the Minotaur. Because of his willingness too risk his life, and make the world safer, Theseus shows his bravery ascertaining the fact that he is an ideal man.
In the book, Katniss states that she thinks of Rue as her little sister Prim, which made it even more difficult for her to watch her die when the boy from District One had killed her. Although this challenge may not have been difficult physically, it was difficult emotionally. Considering that Rue reminded Katniss of Prim, Katniss most likely thought of Rue as another little sister, another person that she grew to love. She was so distraught that she placed white flowers around her body, a symbol of rebellion towards the
Antz Every ant in the colony always works as a duty without complaining or questioning why or who can be the queen. This animated movie is about the life of an ant Z, who wants to break the routine as a worker. This film, Antz presents a courageous act of Z who trades place with an army and wants to become a hero because he wants to see beautiful princess Bala, who has the similar problem as Z that feels insignificant. They send Z to war, but fortunely he is the only one alive while others die. He did not know that he actually saves the colony from an ambitious general Mandible who wants to destroy the colony.
Cupid flies away without saying good-bye and Psyche is left wandering in search for him. Though “She had no idea where to go; she knew only that she would never give up looking for him” (Hamilton 128). Psyche realizes her mistake of disobeying Cupid, her then wavering loyalty to him, has now become stronger than ever before and is willing to do anything to get him back. And so she becomes Venus’s (Cupid’s mother and goddess of beauty and love) servant, in hopes of finding him there. Liesel, like Psyche, also losses one of her loved ones; one of her closest friends, Max.
To begin, Astrid is strong willed. This is indicated throughout the novel as she constantly attempts to push her beliefs and opinions upon others. This quote by Astrid illustrates this, “You don’t get to decide that Sam” (Grant 90). One forcing his or her own beliefs upon another person can often make that person seem arrogant or conceited which is what Astrid is doing. On the other hand, it can show how committed to their cause that person is.
Prompt 2 - Sacrifice - The Hunger Games An instant classic, the Hunger Games is the ultimate novel of sacrifice, consisting of Katniss Everdeen volunteering herself over her younger sister, primrose, to participate in the Hunger Games. For one to do such a noble act, shows the readers what kind of character Katniss is - not a coward, but a brave young women who is set out to save her sister and fight for her district. The sacrifice is a big one too, for the chances of her dieing during the Games are very likely and she knows that, however she doesn’t let that get to her. Her sacrifice goes far beyond her sister though, as she pays an even bigger price for she doesn't die but has to go through a life of giving up everything she has worked for to her District, the people she fought, and her family. Before she even volunteered to be in the Hunger Games, she had to take care of her family, consisting of her mother and younger daughter.
In Ray Bradbury and Suzanne Collins’s dystopian novels Fahrenheit 451 and The Hunger Games, their protagonists Guy Montag and Katniss Everdeen shared evident similarities. If closely looked at further, a couple of differences can be spotted as well. Although one may notice a few differences between the protagonists in Fahrenheit 451 and The Hunger Games, there are actually more similarities than one may realize, such as both protagonists conform to the dystopian society in the beginning but object to it in the end, both create alliances along the way, and they are both confused about their relationships. In the two dystopian novels Fahrenheit 451 and The Hunger Games, their protagonists Guy Montag and Katniss Everdeen do have a couple of differences.