Katniss works to overcome her feelings of betrayal

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Katniss works to overcome her feelings of betrayal, deciding that in order to feel  betrayed she would have had to trust Peeta in the first place, which she never did. She  questions this, though, wondering if maybe she did trust the part of him that gave her  bread as a child, the Peeta who covered for her with the Avox girl and steadied her on  the chariot. It's time, though, she decides, that they stop pretending to be friends since  they will have to try to kill one another in just two days, after the Games start. Katniss and Peeta spend the day preparing separately for their interviews the following  evening. Effie teaches Katniss how to act like a lady: how to sit, how to walk, how to  smile and gesture and get the audience to like her. When Effie instructs Katniss to act 
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