Soon, on her twelfth birthday, Katniss was also eligible to sign up for tesserae, and she brought home batches of grain and oil with it. This is the day in which one boy and one girl from each of the 12 districts, which surround the city of Capitol, are chosen for a fight to the death. The careers don't hear the cannon that always is set off when a tribute dies and they send Peeta to make sure the girl is dead. In suspense there must be an unknown; a suspicion, a mystery, a danger we expect. Her mother promises she will take care of Prim. When children are forced to grow up fast at a young age due to traumatic events, it shapes them into fighters, when faced with life and death a person would do almost anything to assure survival.
Both Katniss and Gale have had to enter their names multiple times from the time they were 12, whereas someone like Madge has always been able to enter the minimal number of times. The fence almost never had electricity running through it, but she always waited a bit and listened to check. While people living in the districts toil for long hours to earn slave wages, people living in the Capital are cradled in the lap of luxury. It's supposed to a festivity, but really, it all sounds pretty terrible. District 12 mines coal and many outfits that the tributes wear are not very attractive. Because of her qualities and skills she goes to everyday of struggling of being poor and having to hunt made her stronger and is the reason that kept her alive in the games.
After a severe burn following a firestorm, Katniss is trapped in a tree above the Careers. They will travel in luxury to Capitol, which is located in the Rockies. They face constant danger in the arena, both from the Gamemakers and from fellow tributes. It is not accident that the social mobility we associate with the United States has been traded for what resembles a medieval guild system, where children have no choice but to enter the occupation of their parents. In trying to get her gift, which she assumes is anti-infection medicine for Peeta, she is almost killed by a Career, but saved by the other tribute from Rue's district. Katniss's heroism and bravery make her a national icon and the face of rebellion against the Capital.
Her death will be painful for Katniss and at the same time be an inspiration and motivation for her to fight on and beat the regime. GradeSaver, 6 December 2012 Web. Everdeen, and Gale hunts alongside Katniss to support his family as well. The author Suzanne Collins depicts the characters mostly indirectly, as dialogues are prevalent in this story. President Snow President Snow is the highly calculating, very evil president of Panem. However, it is what will make them survive and win the games.
A sponsor is a person who is not in the games, but wishes to help a tribute by sending things to a tribute that will help them. In fact, by not calling attention to itself, the text disappears in the way a good font does: nothing stands between Katniss and the reader, between Panem and America. These Districts have specific tasks that contribute to the overall well-being of the empire. This was going to be the 74 th hunger games. It touches on family dynamics, on love, on hardships, violence, humanity, rebellion, and anything else you could ask for all in one book.
Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games has been a strong female character from a very young age. Peeta and Katniss threaten to commit dual suicide, which would ruin the Games, and they are hence awarded a dual victory. Not only do I recommend this author to others but even more so this particular book. The fact that only one survives out of the twenty-four tributes selected for the Games from twelve districts lead the families of the districts to perceive the selection for the Games as the selection for sacrifice. Katniss is a 16-year-old girl living with her mother and younger sister in the poorest district of Panem, the remains of what used be the United States. Following the tragic event, her mother became unable to look after the family due to her unstable mental state. Katniss is an example of a stoic hero — she is well aware of the unfairness of the world around her, having had to grow up so quickly to provide for her mother and Prim.
Knowledgeable about different plants, Rue is able to survive in the arena and actually saves Katniss's life when she's stung by a tracker jacker a genetically modified wasp. Katniss sees her as a young sister, Primrose Prim. Edited for plot spoilers I thought that the author of The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins, did an amazing job writing this book. She fell in love with Katniss' father, though, and left her comfortable life to live in the Seam. Everdeen died in a tragic mine explosion, Katniss has acted as the primary caretaker for her family, making sure there's enough food on the table.
Then Peeta's father visits Katniss, he gives her some cookies and tells her he will make sure Prim doesn't go hungry. She sees Peeta Mellark with them. Gale compliments her, and she responds by saying that, if she gets sent to the Capitol, she wants to look nice. But equally important is the complexity of the narrator's characterization, which will develop to sustain growth and increasing conflict over the course of the novel and two sequels as well. Katniss has her name in the lottery twenty times.
Collins suggests that we allow ourselves to be distracted by vacuous, uncivilized entertainments that only suggest the lower qualities of humanity, while the world is growing more unjust by the day, the wealth gap increases, atrocities are committed in the name of justice, and lies are spoon-fed to the population through these very entertainments. Cinna's handiwork makes Katniss an overnight sensation. Over the period of fanfare that follows, she takes his advice, which makes Peeta, who actually does love her, very happy. When the careers come into sight her breath is taken away. She does her best to help him recover, but it isn't until Haymitch sends her a gift following a kiss she shares with him that she understands that playing up the romance angle could pay off. Katniss remembers a tribute that went around and stole stuff from others and realized what had happened. Oh, oh, oh, how the boys back home fall longingly at your feet.
He stumbles on stage, which the cameras, of course, are sure to get on film. Cinna took the metaphor literally. For the characters in Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games, this is the harsh reality of everyday life. She is the assigned proper escort to District 12 and an administrator of the Hunger Games. She looks at it in a practical way. Despite her ridiculous exterior, Effie is a good person deep-down and does her best to support Katniss and Peeta. When she is in her carriage wearing her flaming outfit, she sees herself in a television, she sees that she looks amazing, unforgettable.