The Themes Of Katniss In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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In the Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins, the setting takes place in the future. North America, otherwise known as Panem, is divided into twelve different districts and a Capitol. The higher the district number is, the higher the amount of money flow inside of the district is. For example, district twelve, which is the district that Katniss is in, is the poorest of the twelve districts. The strongest conflict in The Hunger Games is person vs. persons. Twenty-four kids between the ages of twelve and eighteen are forced to fight each other until only one of them is still alive. Katniss, the main character, has to fight the rest of the tributes. In the end, Katniss and Peeta are the last two alive, and they win the Games by threatening to kill themselves. After that they have to go on a…show more content…
She has long dark hair that is usually pulled back in a braid and pale skin. Before Katniss goes into the Games, she has to act differently so that she will get sponsors. While she is in the Games, Katniss acts like she is in love with Peeta, so that they can both live at the end of the Hunger Games. After it is over, they both have to continue to act like they love each other. There are many different themes in this book, but the main one is that people will do anything for survival. Katniss has to kill people to make it out of the Hunger Games. She loses Rue, one of her close friends during the Games, because one of the tributes kills her. Many of the contestants in the Games tries to kill Katniss. The problem in The Hunger Games is that Katniss and her family live in a destroyed nation. Panem believes that the best way to keep the peace is to force twenty-four kids to fight for their lives once a year. They make each of the districts draw one boy and girl name to send into the Hunger Games. Everybody who enters the Games must be between the ages of twelve and eighteen. Panem considers this as a sacrifice for the
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