Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games” and Crime in Society


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Suzanne Collins’ "The Hunger Games" and Crime in Society
CHARLIE ROSE: Welcome, citizens of America, and welcome as well to the other countries in the world who are watching tonight’s telecast. In as much as we as a society have begun to recognize the potency of Young Adult Fiction as a potentially pivotal reflection of society, tonight’s heretofore unlikely debate among some of the greatest thinkers of all time considers the role of crime and punishment in society, as reflected through the televised Hunger Games in Suzanne Collins’ 2008 book, the Hunger Games. To that end, I wish to introduce our panel of speakers, as well as Ms. Collins, the gracious writer of Hunger Games, who has agreed to serve this evening not as a moderator,...
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