Monthly Archives: June 2012

Hunger Games, part 2: food, economic fantasies, and the university

So I finished The Hunger Games, and rather than trying to give an account of my reading of the rest of the book, or even of some of the things that struck me as particularly annoying, tedious or problematic (Prim! … Continue reading

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The Hunger Games

Tl;dr:* if you are feeling like reading The Hunger Games, just read Ursula Le Guin’s The Dispossessed instead.** I’m about three-and-a-half chapters in to The Hunger Games now, and the main thing that strikes me – apart from the fact … Continue reading

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