what is the setting of the hunger games by suzanne collins?

I need to know the setting (time and place) for a book report on the hunger games. It also would be helpful if you could help me with the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. Thanks!

Update:

I'm sorry that some people feel that way about me asking basicaly about the entire book. the thing is, i did read the book, it just has been a while. please forgive me.

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  • 9 years ago
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    Climax: Katniss holds out the berries, threatening to kill both herself and Peeta, thus usurping the power of the Gamemakers

    **It never gives an exact date, but it's always described as post-apocalyptic North America.

    Main events: Katniss replaces Prim in the reaping

    Madge gives Katniss the mockingjay pin

    Cinna creates controversial fashions for Katniss further establishing her identity as a rebel

    Peeta "joins" the "Careers"

    Peeta saves Katniss (though she doesn't know it at that point)

    Rue's death

    Gamemaker's change the rules for both members of district teams to be declared victors

    Katniss risks her life for Peeta to get the medicine to save him

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  • 3 years ago

    Hunger Games Setting

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  • 9 years ago

    set in future america district 12 is by the Appalachian mountians (east coast) and the capital is like where california is. Im not sure if they give an actual date but its set a couple hundered years in the future

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  • 9 years ago

    So basically you want us to tell you exactly what happens in the book when you didn't read it. Nope sorry not going to happen. Open the book and read it, its only preparing you for college where you can't go on YA and get the answers....unbelievable

    I'm actually mad that people answered your question. READ FOR YOURSELF, your not even going to know the importance of the characters, oh boy

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