The Role Of Social Inequality In Catching Fire

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Furthermore, there are several genres that can be tied with social inequality. For instance, the book Catching Fire, is a dystopian society and through this dystopian society in can closely relate to our society and its inequality troubles. Dystopian society also helps us to understand the power of a corrupt government and how it can be stopped. “The districts, particularly those greater in number (Districts 1 & 2 are most favoured), are forced to provide specialised labour for the Capitol at risk of brutal punishment, struggle for the resources to live, and, in watching their children murder and be murdered each year, are reminded that they are powerless. “Importantly, the Capitol does not only punish its traitors, it does so in a way that