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24 August, 09:42

What is the purpose of the narrator giving a detailed history of The

Hunger Games, as in paragraph 1? (AKS 6)

A. to show the reader why the districts started the uprising

against the Capitol

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B. to persuade the reader that the Capitol's response to the

uprising was valid

LOC. to provide the reader with information about why the games

exist

D. to inform the reader of the citizens' feelings towards the

Capitol

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  1. 24 August, 10:31
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    C. to provide the reader with information about why the games exist

    Explanation:

    In the first chapter of "Hunger Games" we are introduced to a first-person narration that provides a detailed story about the hunger games. This narration provides a set of information that tells events that happened successively, one influencing the other, which resulted in the origin of the hunger games.

    The narration also detail the rules and the entire operation of these games. This is done to provide the reader with information about why the games exist and to promote a better understanding of the work.
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