The Hunger Games Should Be Banned Research Paper

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In many parts of our country, there have been many books that have offended certain beliefs and demographics due certain explicit and aggressive content. Books such as Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, and a plethora of others have caused a significant amount of controversy. While some are challenged, others are outright banned. One such book that should come under consideration is The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. While the book may illustrate hope and socialization, The Hunger Games should be banned due to its repugnant and violent sequences. In The Hunger Games, there is a sickening amount of violence due to its theme of “the strongest always prevail” and “the only goal in life is to survive.” One such example was when a boy was severely cut by Cato’s sword, after which it was revealed that after removing what seemed like “a bucket of pus.” they saw that it cut “right down to the bone” (Collins 254). Due to the increased competition for resources, it might have seemed like a logical decision for Cato so that the boy does not acquire “his” resources.The despair and hopelessness of people is shown through a lack of edible items, and when people do find them, they fight over it. This also relates to economics because when a manufacturer releases less units of a product, demand increases. “Scampers” and…show more content…
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