in the book the hunger games by suzanne collins, katniss, the main character has to participate in this event called the hunger games. the hunger games are almost like the gladiator shows that people used to watch except instead of men the participants are 12 boys and 12 girls picked from a lottery to fight to the death.the main character Katniss has to take care of her younger sister Prim after their mother goes into a catatonic state due to their fathers death.when Prim is picked to participate in the hunger games, Katniss automatically volunteers to take her place.i think the theme of the book is survival because Katniss needs to survive in order to take care of her sister her whole motivator to win is prim. when Katniss arrives at the arena, her first instinct is to get as far away from the cornucopia as possible.but when the count down hits zero she decides to risk it and go for some supplies.she felt this risk was worth taking because she may have known how to survive in the wilderness but without a weapon she wouldn't survive the night.she spots a backpack and thinks that that would be her best bet because it could have supplies she could use.when she gets the backpack she immediately starts running, she ran for miles before she started to get dehydrated.as the hours passed she began more and more dehydrated, all she could think about was how prim was going to have to rely on their unreliable mother.this thought made Katniss push harder, she had to stay alive for prim.this shows alot of courage and inner strength.Katniss is the epitome of strength.she's able to persevere through tough situations and stay calm.this says allot about what type of person she is.Katniss is very hard on the outside, but on the inside
Oceanography also called oceanology or marine science, is the branch of Earth science that studies the ocean. It covers a wide range of topics, including marine organisms and ecosystem dynamics; ocean currents, waves, and geophysical fluid dynamics; plate tectonics and the geology of the sea floor; and fluxes of various chemical substances and physical properties within the ocean and across its boundaries. These diverse topics reflect multiple disciplines that oceanographers blend to further knowledge…
End of Days Essay Outline
Thesis: Religious people encourage the fear of the end of the world is because they want to convert atheists to believe in their religion.
Reason One: Christians believe in the second coming of Jesus, and the days before Jesus comes there are many signs.
There has been more and more earthquakes happening in the world, which is a sign showing that the end is near.
Recently there was a big earthquake in Japan and in Haiti both those earthquakes killed…
American Society in the 19th through 20th Centuries
The end of the 18th century faced the XYZ affair and whiskey rebellion, and the end of the 19th century Plessey v Ferguson was stated constitutional and the “Cross of Gold” speech was given. These both led to the beginnings of the 19th and 20th centuries, which both had some similarities such as industry and economic growth and differences such as cultural and political changes.
In the 19th century, America had a basic economy and small industry…
The Alamo was built as a mission in 1718. After a while, Indians and Mexicans that converted to Christianity began to live there, and over the next century, the Alamo became the home of Spanish and American Armies.
The Texians lead an army into San Antonio to take control of the Alamo and were successful in defeating the Mexican army. The Alamo was controlled by the Texians, and the battle was known as the Texas Revolution. They were lead by two men named Jim Bowie and Lieutenant Colonel William…
Manchurian Candidate Essay
The Manchurian Candidate was noted for its breakthrough in cinematography, as the scenes is shot in a creative manner that was new and different in that era. It made use of different editing techniques to piece the story seamlessly together, also there were brainwashing tactics used in capturing the mind of these soldiers. All of these techniques were applied in the creation of this historical…
Anything You Can Truth, I Can Truth Better
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― Lemony Snicket, Horseradish: Bitter Truths You Can't Avoid
Looking at this quote, you may be a little bit confused at what I’m trying to get at, but I’m reality it’s quite topical. Lemony…
Automated Grading System
A Thesis Proposal Submitted to the Faculty
Of AMA Computer College-Bacolod Campus
In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirement
On CSCI15: Software Engineering
Lieza Mae G. Apsay
Francis Riel Salvador
January 7, 2011
Jack & Jill School was founded by Cecilia del Castillo-Lopez as a preschool in 1963. She converted her living room into a classroom and started teaching to 23 boys and girls…
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1. And with a light Grave leap, jumped up. (16-17)
2. Leapt to her death from a window. (28)
3. Jane, stay where you are in my first mind. (42)
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HOSA A.K.A Health Occupation Students Of America acts as an academic program centered around high-school and college students wanting to go onto become a health professional. My junior year of high school I was part of this phenomenal club that introduced me to so many new things. I actually got to go on two national events competitions as well as volunteer in some of the most fun activity’s I’ve ever had. HOSA is made up of 51 state’s creating the national branch…