What is the tone and mood of the Hunger Games?
Beside this, what is the mood of the Hunger Games?
Mood. 'The Hunger Games' is an intense novel. It can be fairly depressing, but it is also very romantic. Most parts are extremely suspenseful, fast-paced and violent.
Also, is The Hunger Games based on a true story? Based a 2008 novel, the 2012 film The Hunger Games featured school kids who were forced to enter a deadly game in which they had to kill each other. The Hunger Games' writer, Suzanne Collins, said that the book was based on the Greek myth of Theseus and Minotaur. The movie is unflinching and brutal.
In respect to this, what literary devices are used in the Hunger Games?
The Hunger Games Literary Elements
- Genre. Young Adult, Dystopian.
- Setting and Context. The novel is set in various locations in the fictional country of Panem.
- Narrator and Point of View.
- Tone and Mood.
- Protagonist and Antagonist.
- Major Conflict.
Is Hunger Games written in first person?
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is written from the point of view of first person. Collins tells the story completely from Katniss Everdeen's perspective. The opening line: "When I wake up, the other side of the bed is cold" (3).