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PDF | pabushobupchild.cf This paper examines how a popular series like Suzanne Collins' The. Suzanne Collins' the Hunger The Hunger Games (Series). Park Chun Moses Pang Author (). cover image of The Hunger Games Trilogy. What series of events led me to be standing in the ruins of my city? This is hard I am seventeen years old. My home is District I was in the Hunger. Games.

Why do they need spectacle for the entertainment of their populace? I want to die as myself. I dont want them to change me Turn me into some kind of monster that Im Manifesto,The history of all hitherto existing not.

What does this tell you about Peeta? What does society is the history of class struggles. Discuss this he fear more than death? Is he able to stay true to statement as it applies to the society and government himself during the Games? Do you believe there is any chance to eradicate class struggles in the future?

Did she What are world since the early days of television with shows the most important skills she has for staying alive? Her skill with a bow and Pageant , but in the 21st century there has been arrow? Her trapping ability? What qualities of her a tremendous growth of competitive shows and personality keep her going? Her capacity for love?

Her survival shows. Discuss this phenomenon with intelligence?

Her self-control? What other aspects of our popular culture do you see reflected in this story? Haunted by nightmares of the brutal deaths in the arena, Katniss is confused by her feelings for Peeta, while her relationship with her hunting partner and oldest friend, Gale, is changed in subtle ways. Most challenging, though, is her relationship to the leaders in the Capitol.

Her act of defiance in attempting a double suicide at the end of the Games forced them to allow both her and Peeta to live, and there are intimations that Katniss has now become a symbol for rebellion in the Districts. The Victory Tour, designed to remind the people in the Districts of the power of the Capitol, may be having quite a different effect this year.

Every 25 years the Capitol devises a new twist for the reaping, and this year they announce that the tributes will be chosen from among the victors of previous Games. Thrown into the arena once more with Peeta, Katnisss strategy must be different this year, but even Katniss doesnt realize the implications of these Games and the outside forces that are gathering strength to undermine the entire society. Discussion Questions for Catching Fire 1. Why does she say, The and Peeta, their relationship to each other, and their Games have spoiled even that.

Theres no going feelings about their future? Though cedure for every 25th Game? Do you believe the she is stiff and formal with him, what are her true requirements for this Quarter Quell were decided in feelings?

How did the events in the first Games affect the past or were they designed for this Game to force their relationship? Katniss and Peeta back to the arena? What does he mean when he says, you have pro- What does it mean to the people in the Districts and vided a spark which left unattended may grow into the people in the Capitol? Why does Plutarch Heav- an inferno?

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What, exactly, was the significance of ensbee show Katniss the hidden mockingjay image the handful of poisonous berries at the end of The on his watch? Discuss how the mockingjay species Hunger Games?

What does he mean when he says,It Johanna. What made Katniss realize that Wiress and cant be about just saving us anymore? How does Beetee would be helpful allies in the arena? What Gales whipping change Katnisss thinking about important contribution does each one of the allies escape and her feelings for Gale?

What is the role of the unseen sponsors? No decent person ever does?

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Is she being What makes her realize that the physical traumas like the fog and rain of fire, or fighting the Capitol is more important than running the emotional trauma of hearing the jabberjays?

What is the importance of her meeting with Who is the enemy?

Have of Katniss and Peeta if they know that they will be the other tributes been trying to keep Peeta or returning to the Games in the Quarter Quell? What Katniss alive? Which of them is most important to the does the Capitol hope to gain by sending previous rebellion? Is it really, as Katniss says, Why were they kept in the dark How many different Second Quarter Quell?

How does it affect their ways can you identify the theme of catching fire in understanding of Haymitch and the mockingjay this volume? How did Haymitch trick the Capitol? Why do they each take the chance of offending those who will control the Games? How does this change their feelings for each other?

Why are the Capitol officials attacking those who have befriended her? Why is Cinna attacked just before Katniss is placed in the arena? When does she realize the importance of forming alliances with the other tributes? Why does Finnick save Peetas life? When does Katniss realize that her first impression of Finnick was wrong? About Mockingjay Katniss has been rescued from the Quarter Quell, along with several of her allies in the Games, but Peeta is now a prisoner of President Snow in the Capitol.

As she recovers from her trauma in the arena, Katniss becomes aware that the rebellion has begun in earnest, orchestrated by District 13, the place she once believed was obliterated in the last war. Gale, along with his family and Katnisss sister and mother, has escaped the destruction of District 12 and all are now settling into a new life in the vast underground installation that comprises District Katniss is reluctant at first to assume the role planned for her the face of the rebellion, the Mockingjay.

Only after a televised interview showing Peeta in the hands of the Capitol does she understand what she must do, using the costume created for her by Cinna before he was killed. But she is uncomfortable with the orchestrated and controlled handling of her image and the militaristic members of the rebellion, especially the calculating leader, Coin.

Determined to be the one to assassinate President Snow and to help bring about the downfall of the Capitol, Katniss once again finds herself in an arenaonly this one represents a life or death struggle for the entire society. Katniss faces critical choices: Whom should she trust? What should her role be? Do ends justify means? What is right and wrong? What truths must she follow? What is the meaning of Why do they distrust each other from the beginning?

Why does she keep How does Coin treat the conditions that Katniss repeating facts about herself? Is Katniss really a threat to Coins power? What role does Buttercup play in the 6. How does this reflect on 3.

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What is the difference between the of District 13? What makes her say,In some ways prep team and the filming crewCressida, Mesalla, District 13 is even more controlling than Castor, and Polluxwho are also from the Capitol? Why didnt the Mockingjay? Why does Katniss have to ask for first idea work? Why does Haymitch say,That is how conditions once she agrees to take on the role of a revolution dies?

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After the taping in District 8, what Mockingjay? How do these techniques compare condemn someone to the death hes suggesting? How many ways does the invasion of the 9. What is the effect of the propo on the rebellion in Why are the propos so vital to the when confronting Peeta. What makes her say,Finally, rebellion?

What effect do Katniss and the Mockingjay he can see me for who I really am. What makes her think the and those in the Capitol? What is the How many join Katnisss squad in the Capitol? What are the ways does the song play a part in the story? How advantages and disadvantages of having him on the does it connect Katniss and Peeta to their past and squad? When Boggs transfers the holo to Katniss, their future?

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Research the song Strange Fruit sung why does he say,Dont trust them? Whom does by Billie Holiday and discuss its similarities and he mean? If so, how between Katniss and Gale. What does Gale say is the does that make you feel about whether this was only way I get your attention?

Did Katniss ever justified as a means of winning the war? Does he Does she know that Snow Identify times when Prim death? Did Snow tell Katniss the truth? To Gale, her childhood companion or Peeta, the one who accompanied her to the Hunger Games twice.

She'd pick one of them and live happily ever after with him, surrounded by friends and family. Somehow, along the way, Katniss would get rid of the awful President Snow and stop the evil Hunger Games. How one teenage girl would do all that, we weren't too sure, but we all had faith and hope that she would. Katniss realizes that she is just as much a pawn for District 13 as she ever was for the Colony and that evil can exist in places outside of the Colony. And that's when the reader realizes that this will be a very different journey.

And that maybe the first two books were a setup for a very different ride. That, at its heart, this wasn't a story about Katniss making her romantic decisions set against a backdrop of war.

This is a story of war. And what it means to be a volunteer and yet still be a pawn. We have an entirely volunteer military now that is spread entirely too thin for the tasks we ask of it.

The burden we place upon it is great. For some, like Peeta, it means hanging onto the back of a chair until the voices in his head stop and he's safe to be around again. Each copes in the best way he can.

We ask no, demand - incredible things of our men and women in arms, and then relegate them to the sidelines afterwards because we don't want to be reminded of the things they did in battle.

What do you do with people who are trained to kill when they come back home? And what if there's no real home to come back to - if, heaven forbid, the war is fought in your own home?

We need our soldiers when we need them, but they make us uncomfortable when the fighting stops. All of that is bigger than a love story - than Peeta or Gale. And yet, Katniss' war does come to an end. And she does have to pick up the pieces of her life and figure out where to go at the end. So she does make a choice. But compared to the tragedy of everything that comes before it, it doesn't seem "enough". And I think that's the point. That once you've been to hell and lost so much, your life will never be the same.

Katniss will never be the same.

For a large part of this book, we see Katniss acting in a way that we can only see as being combat-stress or PTSD-related - running and hiding in closets.

This isn't our Katniss, this isn't our warrior girl. But this is what makes it so much more realistic, I think.Did Haymitch think all along that he could keep them both alive by 5. Why does Finnick save Peetas life? Some may see this as a failing in plot - that Katniss is suddenly acting out of character. How do those relationships define her personality? For some, like Peeta, it means hanging onto the back of a chair until the voices in his head stop and he's safe to be around again.

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