The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games

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  • This moment was significant because it was the hook of the story, gaining the readers' attention and keeping it. Also, the moment showed how much Katniss is willing to sacrifice for the people she cares about(Prim) which includes her life.
  • This moment is important because it shows the change in Katniss from the running victim to the attacker as she drops the hive on to the Careers killing some of them. It shows how the Capital pushes these teenagers so much that they are willing to kill another human just to see their families again. It also marks the beginning of the alliance between Rue and Katniss.
  • I really think I stand a chance of doing it now. Winning.
  • This moment is very important because it is the end of the temporary sense of secureness that Katniss felt from Rue, which leads to her being devastated which turns into rage against the Careers, and then into despair about Rue's death. Her death means so much to Katniss because Katniss had made a connection between Rue and her sister Prim and when Rue died it was like her own sister died and she felt an urge to retaliate against the Capital that had done this to them. So she decorated Rue with flowers as an act of defiance, which is a recurring theme throughout the book.
  • I want to do something, right here, right now, to shame them, to make them accountable, to show the Capitol that whatever they do or force us to do that there is a part of every tribute they can't own. That Rue was more than a piece in their Games. And so am I.
  • This momemt is important because at this moment the conection and intimacy between Katniss and Peetah greatly increase due to Katniss fully taking care of Peetah - due to his lack of ability to do so because of his great injury. This increase of intimacy quickly evolves into a romance between the two characters that attracts the attention of sponsors, who help them win the games. Although we know Peetah's feelings are sincere, Katniss's feelings are conflicted and could be fake in order to gain this attention of the sponsors.
  • You're not going to die, I forbid it. Alright?
  • This moment is important because is Katniss's final effort to defy the Capital. The Capital has played them over and over again, for example saying that two can win the games then taking the rule back when it is only Katniss and Peetah left. She wants to strike back somehow, and the only way she sees is for the games to have no winner, for both of them to die. She was willing to die, as an act of defiance, in order to stand up to the Capital, and play them instead of them playing her.
  • If I held them out because I loved him, I am still self-centered, although forgivable. But if I held them out to defy the Capitol, I am someone of worth.
  • This moment is important because it shows that although Katniss had already been through so much, her troubles aren't over yet. She defied the Capital and they aren't going to forget that. They are going to try and make her life miserable, and threaten her and her family. She survived the games but can she survive the Capital?
  • Listen up. You’re in trouble. Word is the Capitol’s furious about you showing them up in the arena. The one thing they can’t stand is being laughed at and they’re the joke of Panem
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