In chapter one, Collins lists many things people in our country take for granted: Food other than cabbage soup and mushed potatoes. Buying new clothes instead of remaking them. Ration coupons. Coriolanus even considers the luxuries of garbage pickup – not only having the Avoxes to collect it but being able to throw out suspicious food and unwanted materials instead of frantically scrounging them for burning or insulation. All this is a product of the postwar culture, Bombs fell constantly, frightening everyone with the constant specter of death. During the war, the city was embargoed for two years. The elevator is broken so the grandma rarely can even leave. Symbolically, their wealth has trapped them.
Name Meanings in The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: Tributes and Mentors
There are many parallel between young Coriolanus and Katniss, as well as nods to the trilogy
Do we really need a moody blonde teen pointedly texting to ignore the parents who don’t get her? After a jarring move to Nebraska? Is this the brave step forward in superhero TV after Black Lightning and Legends of Tomorrow? Further, why Stargirl? If we’re not getting someone with name recognition like Catwoman, if we’re going obscure, why not go more diverse? Is everyone else’s rights sold away? Heck, why can’t that Arrowverse cartoon Vixen get expanded?
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season five begins with the devastated heroine reverted to just Adora. After last season, she’s shattered her sword, Glimmer betrayed everyone, the trio was broken up, and they’ve lost a lot of the certainties they depended on. Adora’s certainty in her destiny is one of the things to go. Further, by this point many of the outsiders – Scorpia and Entrapta as well as Shadow Weaver – are stuck among the goody-goody princesses. This emphasizes how much their opposite sides are an illusion.