Suzanne Collins Essays

  • Suzanne Collins 'The Hunger Games' By Suzanne Collins

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    Suzanne Collins wrote the infamous Hunger Games series that made her $20 million. These books were made into marvelous films by Lionsgate. The Hunger Games is a story about a dystopian where children from 12-18 are drawn to go and fight to the death in live television to celebrate the civilization’s history of war. Because her dad served in Vietnam, she loved the story of Theseus and the Minotaur, and she channel surfed between war coverage and young people competing, Suzanne Collins was inspired

  • Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    The book I am using is “Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins. This book has 374 pages. During this book I learned that during the reaping ceremony the female tribute was chosen for the “Hunger Games” for the capitol, and to Katniss’s despite it was Prim that was chosen which is her little sister. Immediately Katniss volunteers to take Prim’s position. Next the male tribute is chosen, which is Peeta Mellark. Then Katniss remembers how a while back when her and her family were searching for food in

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    takes place in a futuristic society composed of twelve districts run by the Capitol. Every year one male and female tribute from each district will be put in an arena to fight to the death until one person remains. The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins depicts the struggles and countless endeavours of the proletariat as they fight to the death not only in the arena but navigating life post-games. This is shown through the false consciousness of the privileged, the manipulation and upperhand

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    I read the book “The Hunger Games”. The book was by Suzanne Collins. The main characters are Katniss, Gale, Prim, Peeta. There is 11 districts in the book. There used to be 13 but one got blown up. Each district had its own benefits. Katniss and her family are out of district 12. Each year there is a drawing for the Hunger Games. The Hunger Games is a fight to the death between 12-18 year olds, one male and one female. There are 24 different people that get drawn. Every year that a person is in

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    Have you ever wondered what its like to tand up to the president and go against possibly every rule in the consitution? Yes! well the book The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins has several examplesof what its like standing up to the president. The Hunger Games is a story that includes feelings of anger, hatred, confusion, sadness, and love. This story is all about being forced to fight for your life in a capitol made arena hoping youre the one to come out alive. In the Story The Hunger Games, some

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    The Hunger Games The Hunger Games is an award winning novel written by Suzanne Collins. This is an action packed book which was originally published on September 28th 2008, which received the 2011 kids book choice award. This book is about a Superior society whose governance is cruel on the poor and weak districts. The book is about how the main character (Katniss Everdeen) chooses to take the place of her sister who was randomly picked to take part in the hunger games which is basically where

  • Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    The book I am reading right now is "Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins. The main character, Katniss Everdeen lives in District 12, Panem. In Panem there are 12 districts and the Capitol, and each district has its own major industry. At the annual pulling of names, for the Hunger Games, the annual games where a boy and girl are chosen from each district to fight in the arena until one survives the pulled Katnisses sister's names. But Katniss volunteered to take her sister's place. As the games began

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    Title: The Hunger Games Author: Suzanne Collins Text type: Novel Date:1st march-4th march Name:Georgia Dyson This novel is about a Dystopian society called Panem, 24 teenagers aged 12 to 18 are chosen from the 12 districts to fight in an arena till there is only 1 alive. The Hunger Games is interesting to year 12s because it gives teenagers a good background of what war would be like, because people our age are so attached to their electronic devices we don't have the slightest taste of what the

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    The Hunger Games Character Analysis Paper Maybe life isn’t about avoiding the bruises. Maybe it’s about collecting the scars to prove we showed up for it. - Hannah Brencher. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is about a young woman from District 12 named Katniss Everdeen, her fellow tribute is Peeta Mellark, and her mentor is Haymitch Abernathy. Katniss wants to win the Games for her sister Prim, and later, for her ally Rue. Peeta wants to win, or at least live as long as he can in the Hunger

  • Suzanne Collins Annotated Bibliography Essay

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    Suzanne Collins: An Annotated Bibliography “Suzanne Collins” 2016. Web. 19 August 2016. This article is the description of Suzanne Collins’ accomplishments as an outstanding author. This website begins with the Hunger Games series, one of the most famous series she has ever written, and then displays what rewards it received. The creators go on talking about her goals and how she achieved them. This article describes her developing an early interest in writing as a twelve year

  • The Hunger Games, By Suzanne Collins

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    The plot of The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, is an interesting read because it gives the reader a sense of how it is to live in a dystopian future through the lenses of Katniss Everdeen, the main protagonist. In Panem, the new name for the United States of America, lies 12 districts, each helping the Capitol. We start the story in District 12, the poorest. Katniss Everdeen, a 17-year-old girl, lives with her widow mother and younger sister. We see the story through Katniss’s eyes. We learn that

  • Commentary On Catching Fire By Suzanne Collins

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    Catching Fire By Suzanne Collins Close your eyes and imagine, you and former tribute Peeta have just won the hunger games. You’ve have been in a series of trials in a remote arena where you dealt with the 23 other tributes that you had to kill off. Catching Fire the second book to the Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins had me so hung and at the edge of my seat with every page. The book is written in first person from Katniss .3 elements in this book that stand out the most is its plot, character

  • The Setting Of 'The Hunger Games' By Suzanne Collins

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    The setting of “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins plays an important role in the development of the story. The 12 districts make up an important part of their survival therefore they have to survive in harsh situations. Some of the stations teach survival skills, others fighting techniques. We are forbidden to engage in any combative exercise with another tribute(93). Thus leading me to question their rights in the 12 districts only one survives. The setting makes the story much more interesting

  • Morality In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    us in the future. If we don’t change our ways now then they will increase and end up hurting us in the future. In The Hunger Games, Author Suzanne Collins presents the idea that society often fails to pay attention to morality because people are self-centered and morality is not going to be looked at as something important in the future. Suzanne Collins shows problems with morality nowadays in The Hunger Games with the entire plot line of the story. “The rules of the Hunger Games are simple

  • Review Of Suzanne Collins 'The Hunger Games'

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    purely for someone's entertainment. Sound familiar? If it does, then you've probably heard of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games. The author is wildly popular with her award-winning series. In this remarkable fantasy world, the people and places are so vividly described, you can't help but wonder what it'd be like to live as Katniss, from district 12 to the arena. This is but one of the many ways that Collins engrosses her readers into the world of Panem. The story begins with Katniss, the brave

  • Themes In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    Have you ever laughed at a fail compilation? Have you ever worried about your appearance and how you present yourself? Have you ever broken a rule or disagreed with a person in power? Chances are you have. In The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, Katniss and Peeta live in a dystopian society where teens are put into an arena to fight to the death. Throughout the novel we learn about Katniss’ district which is extremely poor, we learn about the lavish Capitol who enjoys watching the games for entertainment

  • Surviving In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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    Sofia Mr. Jockers ILA 12/8/22 Katniss: the girl who survived In Suzanne Collins dystopian novel The Hunger Games, 16 year old Katniss Everdeen lives along the “Seam” of district 12, one of the twelve outlying districts surrounding the “shining Capitol” of Panem, located in ruins of a nation once known as North America. In order to keep these districts in line, the government develops the annual “holiday” known as the Hunger Games, a fight to the death among other chosen tributes, lasting until

  • The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins Analysis

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    Have you just stretched so hard you blacked out and fell? We'll do it now because I am going to tell you about The Hunger Games by: Suzanne Collins. She is a good writer but I have a statement to make about the hunger games which is,Collins belief about whether if leadership and government could convey to the leaders. These are some ideas I came up with for my statement.One reason is by letting them know in a strong effective way. Also I have something to back that up in a scene. A quote from the

  • The Hunger Games Begin By Suzanne Collins

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    The Hunger Games--By Suzanne Collins The Games Begin Review by: Sophie Gies Dec. 1, 2017 If there is one thing you don't want to happen in the future it's this. As the world fell into chaos, the world as we knew it disappeared. The world thrown into chaos, people losing family and friends on both sides, leaving both contraries, defenseless. But, North America has formed a new government, more or less like a monarchy. The monarch or President Snow, rules the shining Panem. I think this book was

  • Defiance In The Hunger Games, By Suzanne Collins

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    to live by that you wanted to rebel? Or you have rebelled, but in a subtle way so it seemed like you were not? These exact thoughts are portrayed in the books we read. One piece of literature that expresses these ideas is The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. In the text, the subtle defiance against the Capitol evolves throughout the text with Katniss Everdeen's character. She is influenced by others, such as Peeta and Haymitch, and her actions influence other citizens in Panem. In the first section