Katniss sets out to find Peeta

Katniss sets out to - Katniss sets out to find Peeta reasoning that she would hate any tribute from her district who didn't try to find his or her

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Unformatted text preview: Katniss sets out to find Peeta, reasoning that she would hate any tribute from her district who didn't try to find his or her partner. She decides, too, that she needs to maintain the facade of "star-crossed lovers" to keep the audience rooting for them. It has worked for them so far, she thinks, so it's important to keep the audience invested in their survival. She takes stock of the other remaining tributes, recognizing Thresh, Cato, and the girl from District 2 as her biggest threats, particularly Cato and the girl from District 2 since they also benefit from the two-tribute survival rule. She decides that Foxface won't come after her, but will, instead, hope that someone else kills Katniss while she hides. Katniss heads toward the stream to find Peeta and discovers a boulder streaked with blood. She calls his name, but only a mockingjay answers. Katniss begins to move on, and then she hears calls his name, but only a mockingjay answers....
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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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