Katniss and Peeta try to pace themselves on the rich food so that they don

Katniss and Peeta try to pace themselves on the rich food so that they don

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Unformatted text preview: Katniss and Peeta try to pace themselves on the rich food so that they don't get sick. They talk about what life might be like if they win, if they get to live in the Victor's Village with Haymitch, which gets Katniss wondering about Haymitch and how he won the Games. They decide that he must have used wit, and Katniss considers what it must be like for Haymitch to train tributes by himself year after year just to watch them die in the Games. She imagines how she'll have to help train tributes if she wins, and the thought disgusts her. In the sky that night, there is the picture of Thresh. Katniss is sad that he's dead and struggles to hide her pain. She sleeps with her hood over her face to hide it from the cameras so that she can say goodbye to Thresh and thank him. She promises to remember him and help his and Rue's family say goodbye to Thresh and thank him....
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