3rd CHAPTER- HUNGER GAMES COMPANION BOOK Trust in the Games. In The Hunger Games we see how important trust is. The tributes need a lot of trust when they are fighting for their lives. I will talk about trust when Katniss is wary to help Peeta, and when we see Rue warn Katniss about the Tracker Jacker nest. One way we see how important trust is, is when Katniss is wary to help Peeta even though he saved her.
Katniss had to be responsible for keeping her family and friends safe and alive, but she also had to take care of herself. In chapter eleven the Hunger Games had began and Katniss left behind the bow that was supposed to “belong to her”. She knew that there was no way she could have survived without it, but she also knew that it was her fault and she had to survive without it. In Chapter 13 Katniss was being “chased” by a fire and fire balls were being thrown at her. She got severely burned and couldn’t do much at all so she had to fix her own leg because there was no one else to help her.
What do you think you could survive if it meant your life? Katniss and Peeta have to survive all that is thrown at them in the Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins. The Hunger Games is set in in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic North America where the United States has collapsed and in its place a corrupt Capitol ruling over 12 Districts that gets poorer the higher the Districts go, District 12 being one of the poorest, you need to have good survival skills to be able to survive in one of these poor Districts. Some of the main characters are Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark which are both from District 12. After some of the Districts tried to rebel a long time ago the Capitol put the Games in, where two tributes (a boy and a girl, ages 12-18) get picked by lottery “Reaping” to kill each other in the Games for the Capitol’s entertainment.
In the first installment of the Hunger Games series we are greeted to the character Katniss Everdeen. Katniss and her family reside in the lowly District 12, the coal mining district, where the felling of death and despair is a guarantee. After the death of her father in a coal mining accident Katniss must do whatever she must in order to ensure the survival of her family and herself. Directed by Gary Ross the film was both a critical and financial success. In the beginning of the movie many of the choices Katniss makes are in order to ensure her families survival.
What type of competitors will she face? - Katniss will face talented competitors that are skilled in different ways, like throwing spears for example. Chapter 4 1. Why does Katniss perceive Peeta’s kindness as a threat? - Katniss thinks that he might be faking it and that he’s acting nice, just to survive.
reversed answers about pregnancy Katniss Peeta, no plans have been set up by her along with Katniss, namely to attract the sympathy of the audience Hunger Games. And apparently it worked. After hearing the answer delivered Peeta, the audience reacted. With a voice that overlap each other, they shouted seilah accusation to the Capitol about how cruel they are if they continue this game, given the current state of Katniss. This opportunity is an opportunity for Katniss and Peeta especially to get support from the audience who felt sorry for them, especially for Katniss.
The Hunger Games is a deadly game to the death held annually, occurring to entertain the capitol. The Hunger Games is a result of a past rebellion, and is informed by the victorious Capitol as a punishment for the wrongdoing districts. The plot turns as Katniss Everdeen is selected as the female tribute of district 12. It was love that guided Katniss along her life-changing journey, which also drove the events of the Hunger Games along. Sacrifice is one of the huge factors of Katniss and Peeta winning the Hunger Games.
One of the characteristics of the dystopian society is that; the people have horrible fear of the outside world and that is exactly what happens with the people in Panem as Katniss says “[f]ear shoots through me, but I have enough sense to keep still” (Collins 185) expresses her fear in that new world, using stream of consciousness. Obviously, Katniss and Peeta face a lot of difficulties and Tests in the games. Katniss describes her state “I’m wounded and trapped. Darkness has given me a brief reprieve” (Collins 186). They are really in hell facing their Enemy, the Gamekeepers, as they are constantly trying to throw the tributes off during the games.
Her emotions toward Peeta change drastically. During the beginning, she believes that Peeta being nice to her was his strategy to kill her during the games. Her emotions change after the rule change in the middle of the games. Katniss finds Peeta who works with her to win the games. Katniss had changed during her childhood as well.