Hunger Games Compared To Your Life

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Have you ever wondered if violence is used for entertainment? In The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, everything is violent. This relates to my life because the society I live in is very much the same. Although we don’t kill for amusement, it is very violent. For the Hunger Games, the start of violence is when two people, a boy and a girl, gets selected, from each of the 12 districts, out of a box at the reaping to see who would join the Hunger Games that year. The Hunger Games is when 12 girls and 12 boys from all of the districts go into an arena to fight to their death. The two contestants train and try to gain sponsors. After training, they are sent into the Hunger Games to fight the battle between life and death. In this society, we never would have actual reality show where people would really die, but its basically what’s going on, people are acting as if it‘s a game. Sadly, it has an affect on my life and many others around me. In the Hunger Games, a group of tributes form a group called the Careers to gang up on the rest of the contestants. In the U.S. and other societies, they all have gangs that work together to eliminate enemies. The Careers try to kill everyone so they can steal gain extra supplies. Their plan is to kill everybody, and then turning around to kill each other. When it is the start of the Hunger Game, there is a circle of backpacks filled with supplies. The Careers fight everyone off and take almost everything. It isn’t easy to kill with one’s bare hands, so there must be weapons. At the beginning of the hunger game, the contestant has to grab whatever they can, then run. Sometimes they need to fight for the weapons. If they don’t get the weapon they want, then they have to try and steal it from others. In the U.S., there are weapons that some people use to hurt each other, but instead of fighting to get it, people just have to
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