depending on the options given, the correct one is the second option. the author probably includes the panel to suggest the strong bonds between his family members. in addition, the image of spiegelman art villains is common to show and portray the innocence and naivety of children during the holocaust, as well as the fact that millions of innocent jews were rounded up and taken by train to the fields.
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the hunger games, written by suzanne collins, is fiction in the young adult genre, which isn’t my age group, but i couldn’t put it down. its combination of heart-pounding tension, heart-pounding action, and engrossing love story kept me awake until the wee hours. I was surprised at how captivating the plot was. Like Brave New World, this story is set in a future where the government oppresses its people, but the book also borrows ideas from the Greek myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. divided into 12 districts, governed by an oppressive government located in the capital. Katniss Everdeen, a 16-year-old girl from District 12, takes her younger sister’s place among the 24 ‘Tributes’ selected each year to compete in the Capital Hunger Games. While I found this book absolutely fascinating, I was surprised that it was aimed at a young adult audience. seems extremely intense for anyone under the age of 16 or 17. for example, there’s a scene where a young tribute is slowly eaten alive by wolf-like creatures throughout the night, and Katniss must finally throw a gun at him to end his misery. I found that a little destabilizing considering the age of the character. the intensity of the action was something one would find in a more mature book, but the age of the characters and the simplicity of the prose appealed to a much younger audience. moreover, this book was written in the present tense, which I found irritating, but that’s more a personal preference than a stylistic flaw. it was also edited somewhat poorly, but this rarely distracted from the plot. for example, the author often spoke in sentence fragments to describe how Katniss was feeling, which was perhaps an attempt to reflect on her thought process, but I found it disorienting to read a bunch of very short sentences all together. it would have been better to vary the length of the sentences from time to time, but the story was always coherent. Overall, The Hunger Games was an excellent and engaging read that I highly recommend. if it had been more clearly stated for older teenagers it would have been better, but it was a fantastic book with a wonderfully creative plot. Happy for . pls mark as best.
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