Violence in Suzanne Collins' the Hunger Games Trilogy (Social Issues in Literature) By Gary Wiener (Editor) Cover Image
By Gary Wiener (Editor)
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Suzanne Collins' dystopian trilogy envisions a world where survival and violence quite literally take the center stage. To maintain order, suppress independence, and punish past rebellions, the Capitol selects two participants, or tributes, from each of the twelve districts to fight in an annual televised death match called the Hunger Games. This compelling edition explores Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games through the lens of violence. The book provides biographical information about the author and offers a perspective on her influences. A series of essays, which discuss aspects of the novel, focusing on Katniss, her struggles, and the meaning and impact of violence, allow readers to gain a greater insight into the intersection between social issues and literature.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780737769906
ISBN-10: 0737769904
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing
Publication Date: September 26th, 2014
Pages: 200
Language: English
Series: Social Issues in Literature