Katniss continues to struggle against the tracker jacker venom

Katniss continues to struggle against the tracker jacker venom

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Katniss continues to struggle against the tracker jacker venom, which targets a person's fears and  makes them come to life through hallucinations. She remains in a nightmarish haze, imagining Prim  dying, her father's last moments, and herself torn to pieces. Finally, she wakes. The venom has  worked its way through her system, but she can't tell how long she has been asleep. While she  works to regain her bearings, she thinks about Gale and how he'd asked her to run away with him.  These thoughts are interrupted by thoughts of Peeta and how he saved her life. She wonders if she  was hallucinating, but is sure that she wasn't. Then she tries to figure out why Peeta saved her, what  angle he was taking this time. Eventually, she pushes Gale and Peeta out of her mind; she doesn't  like thinking about them both at once. Her goal is, once again, to find water, which she does. She goes hunting with her bow and arrow, 
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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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