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Hunger Games, The - Study Guide

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The Hunger Games unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective

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It's a post war-torn dystopian world. Katniss Everdeen provides for her family, her mother and sister, by hunting and gathering with her friend Gale outside the fence that surrounds District 12, a coal mining town in the coal-rich region formerly known as Appalachia. North America has collapsed after a series of apocalyptic events, and Panem, made up of 13 districts and the Capitol, has risen from the ruins. Almost 75 years ago, the districts rebelled against the oppressive rule of the Capitol, resulting in the total annihilation of District 13 and even tighter control of the remaining 12 districts.
It also gave rise to the Hunger Games, an annual event in which one boy and one girl are selected from each district as "tributes" for the Games. The 24 tributes are put into an advanced gladiatorial arena, where the children must fight to the death over a number of days as the Games are televised across Panem for the viewing entertainment of the Capitol and as a brutal reminder to the districts of exactly who is in charge.
When Katniss' young sister Prim is chosen as a tribute, Katniss volunteers to take her place, to save her sister from certain death. With Peeta, the boy chosen from District 12, Katniss is taken to the Capitol to prepare for the Hunger Games. Katniss begins to rise as a contender, and people take notice. But can she win when she must choose between her survival and her humanity?

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Recommended Grade Level:
North America, dystopia, futuristic/post-apocalyptic
Workbook ISBN:
Study Guide Author:
Rebecca Gilleland
For the Book By:
Suzanne Collins
Study Guide Page Count:
72 pages