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Learning sheet for 1. Exam “Hunger games" - Summary about the whole story - Table of contents for each chapter - The characters - Character analysis - The places and settings of The Hunger Games - Dystopian elements in Panem -> ENGLISCH Klausur am 27.09.22 Good luck! Summary about the whole story The novel "The Hunger Games" written by Suzanne Collins in the year 2008 (and published by Klett) tells the story of the 16 year old protagonist Katniss Everdeen who lives in District 12 of a totalitarian nation called Panem. There are two sides in Panem, which were build after a natural disaster in a place that was once the USA. On the one hand there are the districts and on the other hand there is the capitol. The reader explores the dystopian world trough Katniss's eyes and gets to know her point of view. The general theme of the novel finds itself in government control, the division between poor and rich, injustice, suppression and rebellion against afore mentioned suppression. The totalitarian regime displays their powers with the Hunger Games in which 24 teenagers fight for their survival as only one can make it out alive. Katniss volunteers and participates in order to protect her sister Prim, which was actually selected for the games. Right before the Hunger Games start, Peeta the boy tribute of district 12 publicity...
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confesses his love to Katniss and only the two survive. Table of contents for each chapter Part I: The Tributes Chapter 1 The reader is introduced to some of the main characters of the book and the history and workings of the Hunger Games. Furthermore, the "reaping", or the drawing of names to see who will be sent as a tribute to the Hunger Games, takes place and the name of Katniss's sister Prim is drawn. Chapter 2 Katniss quickly volunteers to take Prim's place in the Hunger Games. Effie Trinket then draws Peeta Mellark's name as the second tribute from District 12. When Peeta's name is drawn, Katniss is immediately reminded of the only time she had had any interaction with him up to that point. Namely, when she was starving and Peeta tossed her a loaf of burned bread that he had been instructed to give to the pigs.. Chapter 3 Both Peeta and Katniss are hurriedly rushed off to private rooms in the Justice Hall, where they are allowed to say their last goodbyes. Katniss is visited by her mother, her sister, her best friend Gale, Peeta's father, and the mayor's daughter, Madge. Madge gives Katniss a pin in the shape of a mockingjay, which later becomes Katniss's trademark. Chapter 4 Katniss, Peeta, Haymitch, and Effie are on the train to the Capitol. Katniss reminisces about her childhood, while becoming increasingly frustrated with Haymitch's drunkenness and his ineptness at mentoring. Peeta waves to the crowds as the train enters the station in the Capitol. Chapter 5 Katniss is introduced to her team of stylists and is shocked by their appearance. She also meets Cinna for the first time, who will be her personal stylist. Katniss and Peeta are given special clothes that will make it look like they are on fire. They are then placed on a chariot for the opening ceremonies and the crowd is immediately awestruck by their outfits. Chapter 6 Katniss and Peeta are taken to the training center, in which they have an entire floor to them- selves. At the end of the day, Peeta and Katniss share a private moment on the roof of the training center. Chapter 7 Katniss and Peeta are scheduled to train that day, and they both initially agree to be trained together. Katniss and Peeta are able to watch the other tributes train in order to determine what their skills are. On the final day, Katniss and Peeta, and each of the other tributes, have private sessions with the judges so that they can be given scores. Katniss ends her private session by shooting an arrow at an apple in a roast pig's mouth that is sitting next to the judges to get their attention. Chapter 8 Katniss, Peeta, Haymitch, and Effie all await the judges' final scoring. Katniss is initially very worried because she thinks the judgés might punish her with a low score for firing an arrow in their direction. However, she receives one of the highest scores ever. Katniss spends time thinking about her family and the first time she met Gale and is overcome with longing for her family and her good friend. Chapter 9 faymitch Effie try to teach Katniss how to act appropriately and what to say in her inter- view in order to win favour with the audience. Her stylist, Cinna gives her another gown.that looks as if it is on fire when Katniss twirls around in it. All of the tributes, including Katniss and Peeta, are interviewed by Caesar Flickerman. Peeta professes his love for Katniss Part II: The Games Chapter 10 Katniss and Peeta share another private moment on the rooftop, and Katniss is given additional advice about what she should do in the arena. After Cinna places the mockingjay on Katniss's outfit, she is sent into the arena. Chapter 11 Katniss is in the arena, and after the gong sounds, makes a run for a backpack, narrowly missing being killed in the process. She then runs away and later hears eleven cannon blasts, which signify that eleven of the other tributes have been killed. Chapter 12 Katniss awakes to find out that Peeta has joined forces with the Careers. Suffering from dehydra- tion, Katniss goes to sleep in a tree. The next morning she is awoken by the sound of animals and sees a wall of fire heading her way. Chapter 13 Katniss makes a mad dash for safety only to be hit on the leg by a fireball. Katniss believes that the fire was started by the Gamemakers. Katniss is found by the Careers and Peeta, but she is able to take refuge in a tree. It is at that moment that she discovers Rue in a nearby tree. Chapter 14 With Rue's help, Katniss is able to escape her dire situation, thanks to a nest of tracker jackers. One Career is killed by the tracker jackers, and Katniss is able to take her bow and arrows from her. Chapter 15 Katniss awakes from the hallucinations caused by the tracker jacker venom and goes hunting. Katniss runs into Rue and the two share a meal. Chapter 16 Katniss and Rue hatch a plan to take away the Careers' food and supplies. Rue teaches Katniss more about mockingjays. Katniss sets off an explosion that destroys the Careers' supplies, but she gets injured in the process. Chapter 17 Katniss cannot find Rue until she hears the mockingjays singing their signal. Unfortunately, she arrives too late and finds Rue trapped in a net just as another tribute is plunging a spear into her. Chapter 18 Katniss kills Rue's attacker and sings her a lullaby as she slowly dies. Katniss then covers Rue's body in flowers. Claudius Templesmith announces to the whole arena that there has been a rule change, and that there can now be two winners, as long as they are from the same district. Part III: The Victor Chapter 19 Katniss goes in search of Peeta, but when she finally finds him, he is badly injured. Katniss tends to Peeta's wounds and receives a new gift from sponsors. The two share a kiss. Chapter 20 Katniss and Peeta spend more time together in their hideout. Claudius Templesmith announces that there will be a feast for the surviving tributes. Katniss knows she must attend because then she will be able to get hold of the medicine she needs to save Peeta's life. Chapter 21 Katniss attends the feast, but almost gets killed in the process. She is saved by the other tribute from Rue's district, who kills Katniss's opponent after he finds out that it was Katniss who tried to protect Rue and killed her attacker. Chapter 22 Peeta, who is feeling better after having been given proper medicine, now takes care of Katniss's wounds. They share intimate stories with one another and another kiss. Chapter 23 Katniss and Peeta leave their hideout in search of food. While Katniss is hunting, Peeta collects berries. Luckily, Katniss stops Peeta from eating them just in time because they are highly poisonous. Another tribute, Foxface, steals some berries from them and dies. Chapter 24 Since all other water sources have been drained, Katniss and Peeta head for the lake and begin preparing for the final battle with the only remaining tribute, Cato. Cato comes running out of the woods because he is being chased by something. Chapter 25 The three remaining tributes climb to the top of the Cornucopia to escape the genetically-mu- tated wolves that they were being chased by. After a brief battle, Cato falls off the Cornucopia and is attacked by the wolves. After Cato's death, a new rule change is announced stating that only one person can win. Katniss takes out the poisonous berries and she and Peeta agree to commit suicide so they will not have to kill each other. Templesmith stops them by saying that they are both winners after all. Chapter 26 Peeta and Katniss are taken out of the arena and their wounds are treated. Haymitch warns Katniss that the Capitol is very unhappy with her suicide ploy and she should pretend she did it out of love and not as an act of rebellion. Chapter 27 Katniss and Peeta are reunited on Caesar Flickerman's television show. After their interviews, Peeta and Katniss return to District 12, and Haymitch gives a strong warning that they should act as if they are in love until they get back home. Peeta says he does not need to act, but Katniss is unsure about her feelings. Peeta Mellark (District 12) - the backer's son - two older brothers really in love -> first real meeting he threw burnt bread to Katniss a little bit confused about your feelings Haymitch Abernathy - is a former Hunger games winner from district 12 - mentor for Katniss and Peeta - alcoholic coaches both of them in the games. threats harshly she kills Cato Cato (District 2) - he got trained to fight in the games Gale Hawthorne (District 12) -Katniss's childhood friend they hunt together volunteers for her sister when she is selected they help each other, friends the two have cared for younger siblings and take care of their families Katniss Everdeen (District 12) - she is the protagonist and first person narrator loves and protects for her sister (Prim) and cares for her Rue (District 11) - smallest and youngest participant he tries to make her feel comfortable helps her to impress the crowd with the fire dress left her children alone Katniss doesn't really like her she looks like a clown Mother Everdeen - after the death of her husband she stopped caring for Prim and Katniss daughter Primrose Everdeen, 12 years old Katniss's little sister - Effie Trinket - capitol's mentor of district 12 - she tries to make everyone happy Cinna - Katniss's personal stylist and friend Characters from "The Hunger Games" Round characters -> Katniss, Peeta and Haymitch Katniss Everdeen Katniss Everdeen is the sixteen-year-old protagonist which gets the nickname of "the girl on fire". She has long dark hair, grey eyes and is sportive. She volunteers as a tribute in the Hunger Games to protect her little sister Prim, which was actually selected. As a coal miners daughter from the Seam in District 12 she lives with her mother and sister in very poor circumstances. Her father died in a mine explosion. Since his death, she taken care of them and protected both. One really good friend is Gale, which is her hunting partner Another friend is Madge, who gave her the mockingjay brooch. The mentors of District 12 are Effie Trinket and Haymitch Abernathy. After Rue's death Katniss want to do everything and would like to change something. Peeta Mellark is her partner in the games and in the end only they both win. They have seen each other before when he threw Katniss burnt bread. Peeta Mellark Peeta Mellark is a sixteen-year old baker's son from District 12 and is the male tribute from District 12 in the Hunger Games. He has ash blonde hair, blue eyes and has two older brothers. The two met years ago when he threw Katnis's burnt bread. During the interview, he tells the crowd that he loves her. Gale Hawthorne (District 12) 18 year old Katniss childhood friend -> the two have cared for younger siblings - calls her "Catnip" - they hunting together - Primrose Everdeen (District 12) - Katniss little sister 12 years old - Katniss protects her by volunteering Haymitch Abernathy (District 12) - is a former Hunger games winner from district 12 - has an alcohol problem (alcoholic) coach/mentor for Peeta and Katniss -> mentor is like a coach, he teach them Character analysis: round characters: Round characters are characters from a book that seem very real to us because they have a personality with many different character traits, just like a real person. Round characters are able to develop throughout a story. They are able to learn, change and grow. -> Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark and Haymitch Abernathy flat characters: Flat characters are one-dimensional characters in a book. They do not have enough different personality traits to seem like a real person and typically only represent one specific aspect (e.g. good or bad). Flat characters are therefore only representations of certain types. -> President Snow, Effie Trinket and Cato Round characters vs. Flat characters Katniss is a round character because she seems real due to her diverse character traits. She also develops throughout the story. After Rue's death Katniss shows really for the first time that she has feelings and gives an insight into herself. Katniss now has the ambition to really win. She promises Rue that she will win up for both of them. The places and settings of The Hunger Games The world of Panem Panem is a country with a very dramatic history. The city rose up of ash of a place called North America back in the past. Panem has survived a numerous amount of natural disaster such as droughts, storms, fires and brutal war. To remember the “Dark Days", a kind of event called "Hunger Games" takes place every year. Two citizens (Bürger) (female and male) from every district are drawn to represent their district. Only one person can survive and wins luxury life for self and his family. There are two sides in Panem. On the one hand there are the districts and on the other hand there is the capitol. The capitol is a very rich, modern (highly advanced in technology) and utopian city with a fancy lifestyle. There are a total of 12 districts that are doing differently wealth wise. District 12 is the poorest district responsible for the coal/mining industry. People there live in poverty meaning they are starving. There is the Hob, which is the black market in District 12 to get banned goods (verbotene Waren) or extra food. The tributes of district 1-4 are being prepared all their lives for the games while also living in a way more wealthy environment. Nevertheless, all the districts are being controlled by the Capitol. If you don't follow the rules, the peacekeepers come and eliminate you. Dystopian elements in Panem a) futuristic setting • time: story takes place in the future setting: a place that was once the USA technological advancements: arena with cameras everywhere and footage 24/7, tracking devices, hovercrafts • mutations: mockingjay, jabberjays, tracker jackers, dogs b) back story natural disasters: creation of Panem the Dark Days: uprising of the districts, destruction of District 13 and birth of the Hunger Games c) totalitarian government • President Snow: has complete power over the people • Peacekeepers: they control everyone so that no one dares to initiate a rebellion d) class system there is a hierarchical system: people in the districts are poor; people in the Capitol live in luxury there is a difference in the social hierarchy between the districts: District 1 is richer and people have more than in District 12 . there is a difference between the people in the districts: Madge (daughter of the mayor, lives in town) vs Katniss and Gale (not enough food, live in the Seam) e) a hero(ine) who feels that there is something wrong Katniss: she knows that the system is unjust and wants to fight against it (especially after Rue's death) • Peeta: he increasingly comes to realize that the system is unfair and is willing to commit suicide with Katniss to make a stand against it f) figure of conflict the Hunger Games themselves - they represent the cruelty and violence of the totalitarian system