The Theme Of Class Conflict In Suzzane Collins’ The Hunger Games Trilogy

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THE THEME OF CLASS CONFLICT IN SUZZANE COLLINS’ THE HUNGER GAMES TRILOGY

                                               

ABSTRACT

This long essay assesses the theme of class conflict in Suzanne Collins’ the hunger games trilogy. It serves to highlight class conflict as the central idea Collins presents in her novels. It employs Karl Marx’s class conflict theory and Antonio Gramsci’s hegemony as tools aimed at identifying the underlying strife between the two classes in Panem. It also assesses the inequalities and labour exploitation that give rise to the struggle while also analysing the many tactics employed by either classes in their bid to subjugate the other.

 TABLE OF CONTENTS

DEDICATION.. i

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. ii

DECLARATION.. iii

ABSTRACT. iv

TABLE OF CONTENTS. v

CHAPTER ONE.. 1

1.0      Introduction. 1

1.1      Thesis Statement 1

1.2      Definition of Key Terms. 2

CHAPTER TWO.. 3

2.0 Background…………………………………………………………………………………3

CHAPTER THREE.. 5

3.0 Literature Review.. 5

CHAPTER FOUR.. 6

4.0 Theoretical Frameworks. 6

CHAPTER FIVE    ……………………………………………………………………………….9

5.0 Critical Analysis of the Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Mockingjay. 9

CHAPTER SIX.. 22

6.0 Conclusion. 22

REFERENCES. 23

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