Good, Bad Ugly, Hunger Games

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Eufemio Fonseca III Professor Kammrath Eng-1000 28 October 2013 Challenges “I Volunteer!” cries out Katniss for the love of her sister. The Hunger games is written by Suzanne Collins. It is a Young adult literature and science fiction book. The main characters of the story are Katness Everdeen who is the main character that volunteer in the reaping for her sister, she now has to fight for her life. Peeta is also picked in the reaping. He is fighting for his life and his love for Katniss. Haymitch is another main character who trains Katness and Peeta to be prepared for the games. He is a drunk, but yet very wise and smart. The Hunger Games is a game of young adults that are put into arena to test their strengths by killing each other. Two tributes from each district are selected to participate in the Hunger games. Last person standing is clarified the winner of the Hunger Games for that year. The purpose of Collins book, Hunger Games, is to interpret the good, the bad, and the ugly that the characters face. Some examples of the good are when Katniss volunteers for her sister, when Peeta throws Katniss leftover bread, and when Cinna helps Katniss and Peeta gain sponsors. Katniss volunteers for her sister because her sister is chosen in the reaping. Prim is Katniss’s everything and she refuses to let Prim fight for her life. She volunteers because she has a better chance of surviving and is more skilled on survival. Peeta does a good deed when he throws Katniss bread. The left over bread is supposed to be used to feed the pigs but instead he throws the bread to Katniss because he can tell she is starving and is in desperate need of food. Lastly, goodness is shown when Cinna makes Katniss and Peeta look good in the open ceremony of the districts. Their flaming uniforms enlighten the crowd and made them much more interested in them than the other districts,

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