Comparison of the Systems of State and Methods to Control the Public in "The Hunger Games" Panem und Ancient Rome


Pre-University Paper, 2021

19 Pages, Grade: 2,3

Juliana Holtmann (Author)


Abstract or Introduction

The aim of this technical work is to compare the state system of Ancient Rome and Panem, from the fictional novel series "The Hunger Games" by Suzsanne Collins, and to highlight the methods of both governments in order to keep the public under control. I will investigate which system of state worked better and which one used the more successful methods to keep the people under control.

In this work, after a basic definition of the subject dystopian literature and the two states, their systems, rulers and methods to control the people, I will uncover the various similarities between Ancient Rome and Panem, the state from the novels, especially with regard to their systems of state, including their dictators and rebellions, and their control over the public. The work ends with a conclusion.

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Title
Comparison of the Systems of State and Methods to Control the Public in "The Hunger Games" Panem und Ancient Rome
Course
Englisch Leistungskurs
Grade
2,3
Author
Year
2021
Pages
19
Catalog Number
V1421667
ISBN (eBook)
9783346978493
Language
English
Keywords
Facharbeit, Die Tribute von Panem, Rom, Vergleich, Dystopie, Dystopie, Facharbeit, Englisch, Englisch Leistungskurs, Vergleich , das alte Rom, Die Tribute von Panem, Hungerspiele, Gladiatorenwettkämpfe
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Juliana Holtmann (Author), 2021, Comparison of the Systems of State and Methods to Control the Public in "The Hunger Games" Panem und Ancient Rome, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1421667

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