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Unformatted text preview: Throughout this chapter, Katniss struggles to interpret the actions of both Peeta and Haymitch. She vacillates, first deciding that Peeta is two-faced and that he is now showing his true colors. He has betrayed her and is betraying all of District 12 by buddying up with the Careers, whom she calls the "Capitol's lapdogs." She decides that if the Careers don't kill him, she'd be more than happy to. Then, she wonders why Peeta hasn't told them about her bow and arrow skills yet. She wonders what he's up to and considers that maybe there's more to his actions than meets the eye. Regardless of what Peeta's plan is, Katniss understands how important it is for her to pretend that she's colluding with Peeta so she can win over sponsors and the audience. Not wanting to lose support from those sponsors — who are really helping the "star-crossed lovers"...
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