Presentation on theme: "UNDERSTANDING DEEPER MEANINGS (continued). Capitol: the Capitoline Hill of Rome; Capitolium (a Roman temple); Capitol as a legislative building. Play."— Presentation transcript:
Capitol: the Capitoline Hill of Rome; Capitolium (a Roman temple); Capitol as a legislative building. Play on words: homophone (sound- alike) of a capital [city], capital as something major, and capital as wealth.
Artemis In Greek mythology, the goddess of hunt and wilderness. Proud and militant. Virgin by choice. Protector of young girls. Usually represented with a bow and arrows.
How are the characters created in the novel, with what means? Is Katniss a reliable or an unreliable narrator? Why? How is foreshadowing formed? Are your reader’s expectations confirmed or challenged as the plot progresses?
What instances of irony (verbal, situational, dramatic) are there in the novel? Does the author resort to sarcasm? To what effect? Does the novel contain satire?
Colours. Clothes. Food. Natural and imitation feelings. Real people fighting mutts. High-tech arena vs a handful of berries.