Tag Archive: Suzanne Collins

Emotional Depth and Imaginary Heights: Fantasy and Sci-Fi Stories That Teach Us How to Love

“I believe that the worth of a story…is dependent upon how much that story can reveal about our own souls, and ultimately, how much it can reveal to us about the Nature of Love…”

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Yours Ever, Prim: A Hunger Games Fan-Fiction Story

“‘You thought you were going to save me; instead, you saved the world…'” (Rated: PG)

Women and Other Worlds: The Feminine Mystique Comes to Fantasy

Explore the complex portrayals of female characters in recent fantasy and science fiction enterprises, most especially Katniss Everdeen from “The Hunger Games”, and learn about the Catholic perspective of gender identity that seeks equality, diversity, and balance.

A Spark of Defiance: A Movie Review of “The Hunger Games”

In the dystopian society of Panem, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen finds herself forced to participate in gladiatorial games against fellow teens, while at the same time struggling to preserve her life, sanity, and humanity.