Name Institution Course Date THE HUNGER GAME BOOK/MOVIE ANALYSIS Background information on Hunger Games The Hunger Games is a text that tries to imagine a world with the total nightmare of an area that is opposite the real surroundings. The Panem’s government that is totalitarian exercises total control over the lives of its citizens and that they are merely subjects to the cruelty of the leaders. Such illustration offers the novel a dystopian flavoured genre. Dystopia is an imagined environment where people are dehumanised and mostly live a fearful life. Panamas’ government oppresses its citizens especially those who live in the 12 districts. They are left in a horrifying state and an intense fear of being distributed by the government. Some dystopian works perceive dystopia as a world full of problems. Sean p. Connors text on page 85 states that “they represent an attempt on the part of the grows up undertaking all the responsibilities lying ahead of her. Hunger Games divides Panem into two groups consisting of the haves and those who majorly hunger. The protagonist is viewed to be a hero since she refuses to be an object to expectations forced on her by the social class. Hunger games describe the dangers of poor governance through its description of the society. Suzanne Collins thus shows that the struggle that Katniss engages in is a means of surviving in a violent society. References Franchin Darren. The Hunger Games. How reality TV explains the sensation. (2010). Entertainment Weekly. Miller Laura. Fresh Hell: What’s about the boom in Dystopian fiction for young readers.(2010). The New Yorker. Collins Suzanne. The Hunger Games. (2008). Scholastic. Blasingame James.The Hunger Games. Journal of Adolesdcenmt & Adult Literacy.(2009). Academic one file. Brake Donald. The Religious and Political Overtones of Hunger Games. (2012).The Washington Times. [...]
I chose Hunger Game part1 for my assignment. This assignment is divided into 3parts. One is for covering the book, another one is for covering the movie, and the last is for presentation. My teacher is obsessed with outlines and rubrics. Please follow those thoroughly when you are working on this. Thank you.