Katniss - Katniss' realization that she can't think about...

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Unformatted text preview: Katniss' realization that she can't think about both Gale and Peeta at the same time reveals that she does, in fact, have feelings for both of them. Her feelings differ for each of them, but they are competing for her attention, and with the Games going on, it is too much for her to think of. Still, she questions whether she imagined Peeta saving her or if he truly did keep the Careers from killing her, indicating that she maintains a bit of doubt about Peeta's character. Her alliance with Rue serves her well, especially once the two of them start swapping knowledge and supplies. Not only does Katniss trust Rue, but she also sees some of Prim in her, too, which is a welcomed reminder of home. She mentions that while they are allies now, they understand it can't last forever, but they don't discuss it because surviving the Careers is still their main priority. When last forever, but they don't discuss it because surviving the Careers is still their main priority....
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