Katniss can tell that Peeta feels bad about unintentionally killing Foxface

Katniss can tell that Peeta feels bad about unintentionally killing Foxface

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Katniss can tell that Peeta feels bad about unintentionally killing Foxface. As they cook their food,  Katniss realizes she hasn't been very nice to Peeta all day, so when he asks to go back to the cave,  Katniss aggress even though she doesn't want to make the long trek back. Peeta sleeps first. Katniss  kisses him on the forehead, for herself, she admits, and not for the audience. She is glad to have him  there with her, comforted by the thought that together they can fight Peeta. She evaluates Cato while Peeta sleeps, deciding that while he may be strong and fierce, he also has  a tendency to lose his temper, which could cause him to make bad judgments. She decides, too, that  he has been her biggest opponent all along, that this Games has been leading up to the time that  she and Cato will meet. The next morning, Katniss is certain that the audience is growing weary, that they want to see more 
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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