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Katniss Everdeen Essay Examples

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An Encomium of Katniss Everdeen
Katniss Everdeen, a sixteen year old girl, lived with her mother and little sister Prim. Katniss courageously volunteered in her sister’s place on the day of the Reaping for the Hunger games. The Hunger Games was an event that took place every year where one boy and one girl of the ages between twelve and eighteen were ra...
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Analysis of The Hunger Games
“All I can think is how unjust the whole thing is, the Hunger Games. Why am I hopping around like some trained dog trying to please the people I hate?” -Katniss (Collins 117). All ways being on camera from the second that their name is called for the Hunger games affects the tribunes by forcing them to hide their true feeli...
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Machiavelli and the Hunger Games
Fear is a feeling that causes people to run away from said thing. Love is a feeling that draws you closer to the thing you love. But, according to Machiavelli's The Prince, it is better to be feared than loved. This is true in many cases around the time The Prince was written. Although in The Hunger Games series by Suzanne...
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A Comparison of 1984 by George Orwell and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
George Orwell wrote 1984 in 1948 with the intention of warning people of the dangers of becoming a totalitarian society. Many critics believe he was directly attacking socialism, when 1984 was actually written as a cautionary story, in hopes that the world will not come be a totalitarian state. It is safe to say that the wo...
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The Hunger Games Summary
The Hunger Games is a competition among children between the ages of 12 to 18 years old. The competition prepares children to defend themselves from eachother and variety of natural disasters. that needs to be prepared to fight and defend. There are 24 of us and only 1 comes out alive. There was a young confident girl named...
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The Concept of Family in The Hunger Games
Family is an important piece of American culture, but the picture of family and what it should be has rapidly changed. So, what should family look like? The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collin, which she published in 2008, shows what has the potential to be, at least to a degree. It shows the relationship between Katniss and...
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A Summary of the Book The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Have you ever wondered if there will ever be a world in the future, where they sacrifice your children to fight for their lives, in a game? Well, we don’t know what the future ahead of us brings, but the universe of in which the hunger games exists is just unbearable. Who would ever think that North America could be destro...
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Katniss and Peeta's Struggles to Survive throughout the Hunger Games
Many people go great ways to save their lives throughout all they do. For example they pray, fight themselves everyday, and have to go through day to day struggles many don’t have to face but, yet they are still more happy then anyone else in the world. They embrace what they have and are happy to be alive. A day-to-day s...
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Character Analysis of the Main Characters in the Hunger Games
Katniss and Peeta from the hunger games are 2 of the most intelligent characters that are displayed in the book. Both of these characters have shown their survival tactics by making it this far into the games. Katniss and Peeta are most likely to win the hunger games due to their physical skill their intelligence and their...
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The Theme of Humanity in the Novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Suzanne Collins’ ‘The Hunger Games’, published in 2008, is a fast paced, thrilling and adventurous novel exuding a storyline that captures the readers attention. Telling a story of a post-apocalyptic United States where in a dystopian future, the totalitarian nation of Panem is divided into 12 districts and the Capitol. Ea...
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