Compare And Contrast Prisoner Of Azkaban And Mockingjay

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In both Mockingjay and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Collins and Rowling show how distressing memories reduce a person to a lesser version of themselves. In Mockingjay, Katniss finds it difficult to find her strength again due to the painful memories she has from her experience in the Hunger Games. Before Katniss acquiring most of her distressing memories, she was a strong, independent girl who was focused on surviving and protecting the people that she loves at all costs. The painful memories affect her so strongly that it even restricts her from doing normal activities such as riding the elevator in District 13. In one instance, she insists that her and Gale takes multiple flights of stairs, thinking to herself, “We could take
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