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I believe so. It has to do with the atrocities people commit on each other in the name of survival, and the blind eye a society can turn to such events when they subscribe to the herd mentality. Although it is more clearly explained when you have read the whole series.
By Joshua L Wynkoop on October 21, 2013
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Why do you suppose the games were with children and not adults?
By Babso on November 8, 2013
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Jake after reading the part you're talking about I believe they use the word morphling as a reference to drugs
By Aleisha Clyde on November 8, 2013
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Peeta
By Erica Carpenter on November 8, 2013
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Cinna understood the ugliness that laid behind the facade of the Hunger Games Festivities. He was a symbol of hope from those who were not fooled. He wanted an underdog to win so that it would give the districts hope of overcoming oppression.
By Annie on November 8, 2013
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To wear something from her District in to the arena !
By JRS on November 8, 2013
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My grandson is now in the 7th grade (age 12). The Hunger Games Book 1 is one of their reading assignments. I think this book is appropriate for all age levels from the 6th grade on but you need to know what your own family's interest are and whether this is appropriate for that child's age. One of my good friends ha… see more My grandson is now in the 7th grade (age 12). The Hunger Games Book 1 is one of their reading assignments. I think this book is appropriate for all age levels from the 6th grade on but you need to know what your own family's interest are and whether this is appropriate for that child's age. One of my good friends had read "Pride and Prejudice" during the 5th grade and claims it was one of her favorite books...but she was a precocious reader. She was 10 yrs. old at the time. Not many students that age would/could have made such a claim. see less
By Karen K Muronaka on September 2, 2013
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The best strategy would be to try to hide under the radar as much as possible, remain invisible for as long as you can, while concetrating on food and shelter, and then be strong for the end.
By Carl Alves on November 10, 2013