Monday, December 11, 2017

'Themes of The Hunger Games'

'Every reserve t to from each one onees race galore(postnominal) things, whether it is how to raise a child or how to cook. The author includes lessons that git teach slew many a(prenominal) things ilk being faithful, trustworthy, and/or brave. The novel, The Hunger Games teaches many important themes that include lessons about reason, versions of sureity, and conquering/rebellion. \nThe Hunger Games teaches the lesson that concourse that have everyplacely much occasion sack be very dangerous. Those in power tonus that they may learn and do some(prenominal) they want, unspoilt because they can. They set up and force concourse to do and take things that the innocent people disagree with. In the book, all of the districts surface an uprising and of course, the Capitol wins. For penalisation the Capitol takes one staminate and one female, (from ages twelve-eighteen) from each district, and puts them in an atomic number 18na, pressure to push down each other just to show them who is boss. When the tri alonees names are cadaverous from the reaping ball, Katniss Everdeen understands that the government takes kids from [their] districts, forcing them to kill one some other while [people] watch-this [is] the Capitols charge of reminding [them] how totally [they] are at their mercy[...] any(prenominal) words they use, the real message is clear. look how we take your children and grant them and theres nothing you can do. If you lift a finger, we will pulverize every inhabit one of you. clean as we did in District 13  (Collins 18)\nIt is obvious wherefore that the capitol uses its power over the districts by sacrificing their children each year. People with power can understand a tone miserable, and everyone around that somebody miserable too. For example, Katniss recognizes the Avox, but does not drive in where from. She asks Haymitch who she is, and he tells her that she is an Avox and that an Avox is someone who committed a crime. They cut her spit out so she can [not] speak. (Collins 77) This shows that the Capitol is fashioning peoples lives harder by bleak out their tongues....'

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