Universal Message In The Hunger Games

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Suzanne Collins, the author of The Hunger Games, imagines a world where people are divided by district just like the real world does with the high, middle, low classes. This book is full of themes, literary devices and also talks about how the government — in this case the Capitol — oppresses their citizens. This book contains many universal messages, but the most prevalent are that if you want to do something, you can do it and the other is that true love is the strongest feeling in all the world. When you really like something, you work really hard to get it. If you are failing a subject, you work tirelessly to pass. In this case, The Hunger Games expresses a universal message that when you want to do something you can do it. In other words,…show more content…
(“Introduction to the Holocaust." ) The reason that the Nazis came to power in Germany in January 1933, and they believed that the Germans were “racially superior” and the Jews were “inferior”.("Introduction to the Holocaust.") The Nazi creates a plan to annihilate the Jewish people called de “Final Solution”.(“Final Solution”) The way in which they killed was the most cruelty and coldness ever happen in all the history of the world. They created concentration camps so the Jews work and at the end they were killed, this includes women’s, children's and men’s. The camp ideal was to kill the Jews even with gas chambers, asphyxiation with poison gas or by shooting.(“Final Solution”) This violent crimes committed against groups with the intent to destroy the existence of the Jews was the most atrophy that had occur in all the history of the world.(“Genocide”)This is genocide is consider institutional or systemic oppression because the Nazis took the control and decided to kill all the Jews without any valid reason. This cause oppression because they didn't have any chance to the Jews to react or express, Jews only have a sure destine and was to be killed or hid for the rest of their
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