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The Hunger Games Oral Essay

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The Hunger Games Oral Essay. The question was, "To what extent does The Hunger Games conform to the Genre Conventions of a typical Young Adult Dystopian Science Fiction Novel?" I got an "A" for this task, partly because of the way I presented it and partly because of the arguments and evidence I used. It includes in-text references.

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Fiction Literature English-language films Peeta Mellark The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins Utopian and dystopian fiction Dystopia Catching Fire Katniss Everdeen
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Fiction Literature English-language films Peeta Mellark The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins Utopian and dystopian fiction Dystopia Catching Fire Katniss Everdeen
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Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games is no different; it conforms significantly to familiar genre conventions of a typical YADSF novel. The fictional country of Panem shares its dystopian elements with many others'; It demonstrates an oppressed society, illustrates citizens living in a dehumanised state, and presents adult moral dilemmas. To begin with, Collins describes a world in which oppressive societal control is maintained by a totalitarian government. The novel explores many aspects of this genre convention, such as; restriction of freedom imposed by the ir...
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