The book tells of how Katniss survived after her father was killed in the mines. In terms of the former, her relationship with Peeta, a boy from the merchant class, and her attraction to the luxury of the Capitol make her question whether she might belong somewhere different. We swore as a nation, we would never know this treason again and so it was decreed that each year, the various districts of Panem would offer up in tribute one young man and woman to fight to the death in a pageant of honour, courage and sacrifice. Independence is not really a factor in The Hunger Games book 2 although Katniss wants to be independent. Peeta faces pain not only in the leg injury he received, but that he is afraid to let Katniss go out alone into the arena.
Have their been governments similar to the one in The Hunger Games series in the real world? The Games are not treated by the citizens as brutish punishment, but rather as popular entertainment. She shows this time and again though her thoughts and her feelings when she is back from the Hunger Games as a victor at the beginning of Catching Fire, and she wants to continue her life the way it was before—hunting with Gale and providing food for her mother and sister. If a district citizen is not loyal to the Capital, then he or she can expect a brutal punishment or maybe even death. Katniss is the main character in the novel, The Hunger Games. Katniss, as the girl from the Seam in District 12, is the poorest of the poor. A montage of clips shows the tributes taking the stage and being interviewed by Flickerman in the style of reality television interviews. Throughout the story, Katniss and the other characters make decisions that cause something else good or bad to happen.
The familiarity of the location… the inadequate or over-enforcement of the laws. The opening sequence encourages the audience to detest the violence and cruelty of The Capitol. There used to be thirteen districts, but after a rebellion, District 13 was eliminated by the opulent Capitol, which rules Panam with harsh authoritarianism. The Capitol is exempt from the games, and the wealthier districts train their tributes to have a distinct advantage over the poorer districts. Some of the most emotional moments come from this sense of community, as when District 11 gifts Katniss bread for her affection towards Rue. Her growing sense of community helps Katniss identify the Capitol as her society's primary antagonist.
In theory, the lottery by which tributes are chosen, called the reaping, is random and anyone can be picked. There are many themes but I have chosen these 3 because they show the most emotions and power. After escaping the career tributes using a nest of tracker jackers, Katniss wakes to discover that Rue had treated her wounds. Again The Hunger Games condemns violence, emphasising its consequences. Katniss rebukes the idea, pointing out they need to support their families. The apocalypse that creates Panem is described through a list of natural disasters: drought, storms, fires, and seas that engulfed the lands. For example, if you kiss the wrong person, you might end up stabbed or shot.
Of course the main plot is to survive through a battle to the death, which means survival is crucial. The existence and awareness of the spectacle cause Katniss a lot of character conflict, particularly in terms of her affection for Peeta, which she justifies as being for the audience but which the reader can identify as true feelings. Katniss at various points talks about past Games and what made them successful or unsuccessful, and the recurring motif is that the viewers want to see the tributes battling one another and not dying too quickly because then the entertainment is over. The Capitol there is able to control what happens, when it But these games are not people who just volunteer but forced into the arena killing both people and reptiles, surviving the most humid, cold lands and even dodging major attacks from fireballs, mines and traps. The similarities between The Hunger Games and modern reality television is also evident when the tributes are interviewed before a studio audience.
There is a scream as she is murdered by an alliance of tributes, including Cato, Glimmer and Marvel. You just need to figure her out for yourself,based on what you know. Motifs Fire Fire plays different roles throughout the story, but most often it represents Katniss. Despite the Capitols intentions, the Games also show how others are resisting the power of the Capitol. She is constantly aware that to be a victor, she must give the audience entertainment value. This necessity results in the development of skills that are useful to her in the Games, and represents her rejection of the Capitol's rules in the face of life-threatening situations.
Students can create a Hunger Games storyboard capturing the narrative arc in a work with a six-cell storyboard containing the major parts of the plot diagram. Ross cuts back to a close up of Katniss who looks on with a combination of horror and disgust. For example, Katniss and Gale hunt even though they are not supposed to. The tesserae allows those who are poor to have the basic minimum of food and fuel to survive the year but makes it more likely that they will die for the entertainment of the rich and as a powerful warning from the Capitol. They also knew that people would be killed and one of them would die as well.
The totalitarian government of Panem is who holds all the power over the districts. It is the second of two cinematic parts based on the novel Mockingjay, the final book in the Hunger Games trilogy, written by Suzanne Collins, and the fourth and final installment in The Hunger Games film series, produced by Nina Jacobson and Jon Kilik and distributed by Lionsgate. But is everybody loyal to the Capital? This disparity reveals itself in numerous ways throughout the novel, but among the notable is food. Student Activities Create a storyboard identifying the different points of view characters have about certain events in The Hunger Games. He cuts to a shot of Haymitch looking on in disgust, then to a shot of the boy chasing his sister around cheerfully with a sword. Collins presents significant themes throughout about the challenges tributes face and the struggle to survive, the courage the tributes gain outside and inside the arena as well as the control The Capitol has over Panem and the districts… states the imbalance between the proletariats lower class and the bourgeoisie upper class Blunden, Marxism.
These are the questions that are explored in Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. Rising Action During the selection of Hunger Games participants, called the Reaping, Katniss' younger sister Prim is selected to be the female tribute from District 12. The program opens with Caesar Flickerman standing in front of enormous screens on a set reminiscent of Big Brother. As a result, The Capitol continues to be wealthy and prosperous while the districts endure great poverty and hardship. As Cato starts to follow her up the tree, director Gary Ross cuts to a medium shot of the other tributes at the bottom of the tree urging him to kill her.