Peeta and Katniss help Haymitch back to his room, and Peeta says that he can take care of cleaning him up. Katniss wonders if he's doing this out of kindness or if he just wants to get on Haymitch's good side. She decides that Peeta must know that Haymitch won't remember anything anyway, so he must be acting simply out of kindness, which is worse. She decides that she will have nothing more to do with Peeta and tosses his father's cookies out the train's window, but when she does this, she sees more dandelions and recalls Peeta's bruised face from years ago and how those dandelions gave her, her mother, and Prim hope. She recalls how she used her mother's apothecary books and her father's drawings to find edible plants, and how the woods became her savior. She remembers her first day in the woods by herself, how she hid
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