Katniss Everdeen, one of the stories main characters, lives in the country of Panem. And then in the Games themselves, the Gamemakers frequently change the rules and the environment in order to up the entertainment value. Gay uses Katniss in The Hunger Games trilogy as an example of a relatable, strong female character. Katniss sees her as a young sister, Primrose Prim. Career tribute means he had trained all his life purposefully for the games. My second text which is 1984, which is written by George Orwell and was written on Wednesday June 8 1949 and it was set in 1948. Examples of performance are seen in Katniss throughout the entire novel.
She has straight black hair that is usually braided. Even in the arena, Peeta's kindness continues to affect Katniss, until she ultimately refuses to win the contest unless they win together. Now that he is a victor of the games his occupation is to be a mentor to future tributes. By the end, she no longer needs the spectacle of fire to accept her firey personality. The wasp stings produce hallucinations, which slow her down and almost cost her her life, until Peeta helps her to escape. An extremely significant quote from the novel is when Katniss vows to do something to show the Capitol that no matter what they do, they do not have full control of the tributes 236-237. Panem, which is the name of the country that The Hunger Games is placed in, consists of 13 districts that all work together to supply for the capitol.
In the post religion society, everyone operates on the basis of his or her own morality that is governed by the Capitol. This is not the only time during which she has to fend for herself; at home she had to care for her family and keep them alive… 1352 Words 6 Pages The movie or the book the Hunger Games came out with a bang when it first hit theaters or the shelves of the bookstores. This is how remembering our past, and safeguard our future. Peeta is heartbroken, but understands they must maintain an image as they prepare to present themselves to their district. Pick 2 quotes or passages from the book and explain their significance to the book as a whole. In this analysis, I will tell you about how the main character Katniss changes through the novel, and tell you a little about the central characters that plays an important role for her.
She is feisty, a survivor, loyal, soft and loving person. In writing each paragraph you must 1. The main event that happens in each story portrays the dystopian societies that they both contain in a few different ways, as well as a similar one. Katniss and Rue form an alliance and make a plan to destroy the supplies that are keeping the Careers powerful. Katniss elicits laughs from the audience during the interview and impresses them by showing off her dress which displays real fire as she twirls. When the games begin, the tributes start on their platforms, and race for the Cornucopia to try to gather as many useful items as possible.
She finds a small pond while trying to camouflage her bright orange backpack that could easily be seen by other tributes. In The Hunger Games, the rich entertain themselves with the blood battle of the poor. In the first part, we are taken to the districts and witness their pain. Because of her lack of privilege, she has been forced to learn several skills that prove useful in the arena. There are 24 tributes, two from each District. There is more coal located in a bed, meaning more coal can be mined from it.
In the film, one of the Tributes is a tiny 12 year old girl named Rue, whose odds are doubly against her due to her lack of size. In Beowulf, the major themes reflect the values and the motivations of the characters. However, Katniss volunteers to take her place in an act of selflessness. For them, these are the Hunger Games. In the Hunger Games, kids are thrown into a huge arena and forced to fight to the death. It is important to indicate that Katniss hunts in the forest using a bow and arrow.
The air bombings made everyone evacuate from the area as quickly as possible. The Hunger Games series consist of three books written by Suzanne Collins in 2008. What Katniss does is a death sentence, but also an act of true love. I finally had to kill the lynx because he scared off game. The part of District 12 that Katniss lives in is known as the Seam, which is where the coal-miners live and work. This phrase was quietly portrayed when Gale told Katniss his name was entered into the reaping forty-two times so his siblings and his mom have no chance of getting chosen of participating in the Hunger Games.
It is clear to the reader that Katniss is slowly learning to accept her emotional side as a strength, but because she is narrating the story in present tense, she isn't always able to recognize that in herself. On the first day of the Games, about eleven tributes out of twenty-four died. District 12 is a very poor coal mining district. Rituals and rules come into play strongly in both stories. What is mostly evident in this case is that everyone tends to demonstrate their own skills.
The novel has a quite a number of characters, here is a list of 11 and the role they play in the overall plot of the story. In a world of limited resources, the despotic government run by the Capitol keeps its citizens in line by separating them into Districts and reinforcing severe class separations. In South Korea, where online gaming is very popular, a 15-year-old boy. Prim is chosen but Katniss volunteers to take the place of her in the game. Complete governmental control develops as an apparent theme of both 1984 and The Hunger Games. The influence of both Greek and Roman civilizations is significant in the novel. They kill one another and become the Capitols puppets.
It is set in the future. All of this suggests that strength for Katniss will come first from accepting her passionate side, and then afterwards learning to control her passions to become a powerful figure. It was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and became so popular, a film directed by David Attwood appeared in 2002 under the same name. The movie i chose was the Hunger Games. In the first novel, The Hunger Games. The medicine cures Peeta, and they spend more time growing closer in the cave.