There are many similarities between these two books. The hierarchy within each dyspepsia society also has some similarities and contrasts. The visual content of this image is harassing me or someone I know Other reason please specify shortly Your email address: Report image Thank you for notifying us. One being The Outsiders and the other being The Hunger Games. If not you will be imprisoned. Compare and contrast the main Characters Tessie from The Lottery and Katniss from The Hunger Games Compare and contrast the main Characters Tessie from The Lottery and Katniss from The Hunger Games Introduction The Hunger Original title: The Hunger Games is a fantasy novel trilogy of the American writer Suzanne Collins. However, both of these stories do have a similar form of hierarchy in the people who conduct the events.
Also, at the beginning of the story some people were talking about how many towns had eliminated their lottery. The purpose of the Hunger Games is to remind everyone in Panem who is in control. Anonymous I'm glad you made the connection between the two stories. There are one boy and one girl are chosen by the citizens in Capitol to compete in the Hunger Games. Those chosen stand in front of their district and then head to the capital to prepare for the games. The people who like the idea of the games are the people who live in the capital and the people who live in the first three districts. Firstly, aspect one is a comparison of blindly following traditions in both of these stories.
In one way there are more similarities than differences. Both stories have mind blowing experiences. This book is written in the voice of sixteen year-old Katniss Everdeen, who lives in the nation of Panem in North America. When the Hutchinson family won, Tessie stood out by complaining about the fairness of the draw. The citizens were terrified that there name would be drawn, knowing that if their name was called they would most likely die.
Let's take a look at a summary of each before we dive into our analysis. The Hunger Games The Hunger Games and The Lottery have many similarities and differences in terms of the dystopian society that is portrayed in each selection. The hierarchy within each dystopian society also has some similarities and contrasts. Those who are late are embarrassed and teased by the est. Everyone comes to the town square to participate. Her actions: Katniss is a real cool girl. Katniss is put through numerous experiences that test her mental and physical strength, along with the underlying love triangle with her best friend Gale and her district partner Peeta.
In both cases, luck determines who will be selected, since there are no other criteria when it comes to each process. Afterwards, she changes her mind to accept the suggestion that pretend Katniss and Peeta to become couple. The town proceeds to stone the person to death. In The Lottery, the main event shows that it is an allegory and people constantly doing the same thing and blindly following traditions without having a reason as to why. Each family member pulls a slip, and the person with the black dot is stoned to death to honor the upcoming harvest. The tributes for the games were also afraid for their lives. The purposes of the main event in each of these selections differ greatly, which by default portrays the dystopian society in a very different way.
Conformity; The Lottery An example of conformity in The Lottery, would be how the townspeople show up at the center of town for the lottery each year so that they fit in. The type of dystopian control present is corporate control. In The Hunger Games the Capitol hosts the Hunger Games each year so they can punish the citizens of Panem because of how District 13. Unfortunately for Tessie, she pulls the paper with the black dot. In ''The Hunger Games,'' children fight for their lives to ensure resources for their communities, and ''The Lottery'' uses human sacrifice as a way to ensure a glorious harvest. There are three aspects that are going to be covered. She normally ties her hair in a long braid down her back.
In The Hunger Games, the Capitol is what rules over all of Panem. Otherwise why would she have risked her life for for him? So there are 24 victims who suffer from the Hunger Game. However, both of these stories do have a similar form of hierarchy in the people who conduct the events. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. The main event that happens in each story portrays the dyspepsia societies that they both contain in a few different ways, as well as a similar one. Falling Action: - Katniss destroys the career tributes' food and supplies. Fans of The Hunger Games may disagree, but after three people win the Powerball jackpot, I find this point hard to argue.
Another example, would be that when the lottery winner was picked their animalistic instincts heightened and they were trying to talk the others out of following through with the tradition. Whenever the audience would get bored because there wasnt enough. Comparing The Hunger Games vs. The purpose of the event in The Hunger Games and The Lottery is extremely different from each other. The book doesnt show the game makers the people who control the Hunger Games because. In both The Lottery and The Hunger Games, the dangers of blindly following tradition are portrayed.
Katniss changes at the begining of the film, she replaces her sister to compete in the Hunger Games. This flaw cause her get into danger. The only way you are not able to participate is if you are sick or injured but even then you have to be present during the stoning. At the beginning when the little boys were collecting the rocks, fear would grow in the citizens as they witnessed stones being collected that could mean they're imminent death. That foreshadows that she is unfortunately selected later. The Hunger Games is an annually televised lottery where a boy and a girl from each district in the nation of Panem, compete in a game of survival called upon by the nations Capitol. In the Lottery the mayor who is in charge of the box and the cards, does not have to participate because he is the keeper of the box.