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"As long as you can find yourself, you'll never starve": Consuming Katniss in The Hunger Games Trilogy

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 175-195.

"It's all a big show": Constructing Identity in Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games Trilogy

in: Sedlmayr, Gerold and Waller, Nicole, eds. Politics in Fantasy Media: Essays on Ideology and Gender in Fiction, Film, Television, and Games. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. p. 17-30.

"What I did was a radical thing": Panem's Corrupted Gift Economy

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 161-174.

"Where you can starve to death in safety": Appalachia and The Hunger Games

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 139-160.

"You love me. Real"; Gender in The Hunger Games Trilogy

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 105-121.

Arena on the Screen: Heterotopia and Theatricality in the Hunger Games Trilogy

in: Limpár, Ildikó, ed. Displacing the Anxieties of Our World: Spaces of the Imagination. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars; 2017. p. 177-199.

Dystopian Copycat or YA Lit on Fire? The Critical Reception of The Hunger Games Novels

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 50-75.

Game Macabre: Fear as an Essential Element in The Hunger Games

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 122-138.

Glamour of Evil or Glimmer of Hope?

in: Wiener, Gary, ed. Violence in Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games Trilogy. Lanham, MD: Greenhaven Press, 2014. p. 105-109. (Reprinted from American Spectator, ay 22, 2012.)

Governments Perpetrate Violence in Contemporary Fictions

in: Wiener, Gary, ed. Violence in Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games Trilogy. Lanham, MD: Greenhaven Press, 2014. p. 118-124. (Reprinted from open-Democracy, May 5, 2012.)

His Fordship in the Capitol and Big Brother in the Districts: The Hunger Games and the Modern Dystopian Tradition

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 88-102.

Hope in the Face of Annihilation

in: Magid, Annette M., ed. Apocalyptic Projections: A Study of Past Predictions, Current Trends and Future Intimations as Related to Film and Literature. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. p. 226-243.

Hybrid Horror in The Hunger Games Trilogy

in: McCort, Jessica, ed. Reading in the Dark: Horror in Children's Literature and Culture. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2016. p. 201-218.

Labyrinthine Challenges and Degenerate Strategies in The Hunger Games

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 224-238.

Lotteries and Scapegoats: Literary Antecedents and Influences on The Hunger Games Trilogy

in: Whited, Lana A., ed. Critical Insights: The Hunger Games Trilogy. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2016. p. 27-49.

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