Suzanne Collins – The Hunger Games – First US Edition 2008

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Suzanne Collins – The Hunger Games – First US Edition 2008

£185.00

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£185.00

A first edition, first printing published by Scholastic in 2008. A near fine book without inscriptions in a near fine unclipped wrapper.
“The Hunger Games” trilogy has significantly impacted culture by addressing themes of power, inequality, and resistance. It has sparked discussions on authoritarianism, social justice, and media manipulation. The series introduced a strong female protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, promoting gender equality and inspiring countless readers. “The Hunger Games” contributed to the popularity and recognition of Young Adult literature as a genre. The film adaptations and related merchandise expanded its cultural influence, and it helped propel the dystopian fiction genre to the forefront of popular culture, reflecting contemporary societal concerns and fears about the future. Overall, Collins’ work has left a lasting imprint on cultural discourse.


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A first edition, first printing published by Scholastic in 2008. A near fine book without inscriptions in a near fine unclipped wrapper.
“The Hunger Games” trilogy has significantly impacted culture by addressing themes of power, inequality, and resistance. It has sparked discussions on authoritarianism, social justice, and media manipulation. The series introduced a strong female protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, promoting gender equality and inspiring countless readers. “The Hunger Games” contributed to the popularity and recognition of Young Adult literature as a genre. The film adaptations and related merchandise expanded its cultural influence, and it helped propel the dystopian fiction genre to the forefront of popular culture, reflecting contemporary societal concerns and fears about the future. Overall, Collins’ work has left a lasting imprint on cultural discourse.