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In this scene you can see Katniss demonstrating the heroic trait of selflessness. She is demonstrating this trait towards Prim by putting Prim above herself when she volunteered as a tribute so Prim could stay safe and have a longer life. The quote from the book to prove this is "I volunteer as tribute". This quote was used when Prim's name was pulled from the tribute to go into the Hunger Games.
In this scene you can see Katniss facing the struggle of mistrust. The quote from the book to prove this is ¨Its messing with my head too much, trying to keep straight when were supposedly friends and when were not. This quote was used when they were heading back to their sleeping chambers and Katniss confronted Peeta by telling him to not pretend to be her friend.
In this scene you can see Katniss demonstrating the heroic trait of risk taking. She did this by shooting an arrow at the Game-makers roast pig. The Game-makers recognized this and rewarded her with a high score due to this. The quote from the book to support this is ¨I pull an arrow from my quiver and send an arrow straight at the Game-makers table.
In this scene you can see Katniss demonstrating the heroic trait of bravery. She demonstrated this by facing District 12 as the adult of the family at only 12 years old, and hunting illegally to feed her family. A quote from the book that supports this is ¨My father knew, and he taught me some before he was blown to bits in a mine explosion.¨
In this scene you can see Katniss facing the heroic struggle of insecurity. Katniss showed this trait when she was doubting her survival skills at Haymitchś assessment. A quote from the book to support this is ¨Im all right.¨
In this scene Katniss is demonstrating the heroic trait of perseverance. Katniss did this by remaining strong after leaving her family for the Hunger Games. A quote from the book to support this is ¨Then I start telling them all the things they must remember to dp, now that I will not be there to do them for them.¨
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