The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)

The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
The Hunger Games and Companion Text "The Rich Boy" (Fitzgerald)
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Sometimes two texts that seem to have very little in common at first can actually bring out deep new understandings in one another. In this exercise, students will be examining two texts -- Suzanne Collins’ 2008 novel The Hunger Games and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1926 short story “The Rich Boy” -- to dig deeper into the themes of wealth, poverty, and gender explored in each.

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