The Hunger Games - The Hunger Games, Part 1, Chapters One and Two Summary & Analysis

Suzanne Collins
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The Hunger Games, Part 1, Chapters One and Two Summary

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is the first of a trilogy of books chronicling the experiences of Katniss Everdeen, a citizen of Panem, formerly known as North America. The society is rigidly controlled by the Capitol, including the yearly Hunger Games, where one boy and one girl from each district must compete in a fight to the death. Katniss volunteers for the games in lieu of her younger sister Prim, and learns that her survival skills can help her in the Games, but her capacity for love is what will ultimately save her.

In chapter one, Katniss Everdeen awakes in the home she shares with her younger sister Prim and her emotionally distant mother. Her father died five years ago in a mine explosion. It is the day of the reaping, which...

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