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Consuming Katniss

Spectacle and Spectatorship in The Hunger Games

Samantha Poulos

readers Katniss is, at least in part, an assemblage of fantasies about girlhood … . The Hunger Games , like speculation in general is not instructive but aspirational” (98). Katniss, they suggest, should not be understood merely as a novel or film

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Marie Puysségur

-ended, thus extending the fluidity of the filmscharacters to their own narrative and aesthetic form. Both films avoid a fixity of meaning: Mia and Marieme leave the estate behind, but their destination is uncertain. Sciamma, writes Emma Wilson, leaves