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Katniss Everdeen is a 16 year old protagonist and narrator of The Hunger Games series. Katniss's only family is Primrose Everdeen and her mother, Mrs. Her father died in a mine explosion. Katniss would do anything to protect Her. Margarita wrote: 'He killed Primrose. That is all there is to it. He might have had gotten orders to do it, but if he truly loved Katniss the way he said he did, he wouldn't have done it. In the end of the book, to.' Gale helped to create the bomb, he didn't actually drop. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (Redirected from Hunger Games: Catching Fire The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Theatrical release poster Directed by Francis Lawrence Produced by Nina Jacobson Jon Kilik Screenplay by Simon Beaufoy Michael deBruyn. Names in Suzanne Collins
It was her little sister. Katniss volunteers as tribute. The boy name is Peeta Mellark. They go with a train to the Capitol, to train and to show yourself. Peeta told on TV that he was in love with Katniss. Rue in The Hunger Games book, analysis of Rue Skip to navigation Skip to content . We speak student Register Login Premium Shmoop. Hunger Games 3: Should the President require Katniss Everdeen to get an MBA? 1 Questions & Answers Place. More questions about Entertainment & Music. The UAE should stop importing education systems from.
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Strong, smart. Mrs. Everdeen. Katniss's mother- went into a deep depression. Depressed, withdrawn.
Gale. Hawthorne. Katniss handsome hunting partner. Has a large family to take care of. Smart, dedicated, handsome. Greasy. Sae. Buys wild dogs from Katniss and Gale and makes soup. Scary, greasy. Peacekeepersthe police. Allow Katniss to hunt because they need to eat too.
Effie. Trinket. A representative for Dist. Pink wig. Obnoxious, upbeat personality. Haymitch. Abernathy. District 1. 2’s only living victor and mentor to tributes; a drunk. Mayor. Undersee. The mayor of Dist.
Katniss's strawberries. Characters. Who is this character in the story? Character’s Appearance. Character’s Personality Traits or Major Actions.
Madge. Undersee. The mayor’s daughter; gives Katniss a gift. Peeta. Mellark. District 1. Cinna. Katniss's Stylist. Portia. Peeta’s stylist. Avox Girl. A traitor; tongue has been cut; slave for the Capitol. Gamemakers. Group of adults who judge the tributes and rate their skills.
Caesar. Flickerman. Host of the tribute interviews. Rue. District 1. 1’s female tribute; twelve year old girl. Thresh. District 1.
Claudius. Templesmith. The host of the Hunger Games. Cato. HUGE male tribute from District 2. Characters. Who is this character in the story? Character’s Appearance. Character’s Personality Traits or Major Actions. Clove. Violent female tribute from District 2.
Glimmer. Female tribute from District 1; died from tracker jacker stings. Foxface. Sneaky female tribute from District 5.
Additional Characters: Important Symbolism in The Hunger Games. Apothecary(p. 8)a person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs. Iridescent(p. 9)showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from different angles. Paraffin(p. 1. 1)a flammable, whitish, translucent, waxy solid; used in candles. Tesserae(p. 1. 3)Book definitiona small tablet of wood or bone used as a token. Meager(p. 1. 3)lacking in quantity or quality.
Racketeers(p. 1. 7) a person who engages in dishonest and fraudulent business dealings. Sustenance(p. 1. 8)food and drink regarded as a source of strength; nourishment.
Tribute(p. 1. 8)an act, statement, or gift that is intended to show gratitude, respect, or admiration. Repentance(p. 1. 9)feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one's wrongdoing or sin. Treasonthe crime of betraying one's country, esp. Tenuous(p. 2. 5)very weak or slight. Plaited(p. 2. 7)flexible material made up of three or more interlaced strands; a braid. Chapter Three. Insurmountable(p. Maces(p. 3. 9)an irritant chemical used in an aerosol to disable attackers.
Anti- climactic(p. Sanctioned(p. 4. 1)a threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule. Demeanor(p. 4. 5)outward behavior or bearing.
Decrepit(p. 4. 6)worn out or ruined because of age or neglect. Chapter Four. Inexplicable(p. Tureen(p. 5. 5)a deep bowl from which food is served. Cornucopia(p. 5. 8)a curved goat's horn overflowing with food. Chapter Five. Swathe(p. Affectations(p. 6.
Chapter Six. Adversaries(p. Chapter Seven. Deluged(p. Oblivious(p. 9. 3)not aware of or not concerned about what is happening. Surly(p. 9. 9)bad- tempered and unfriendly.
Chapter Eight. Sic(p. Irredeemably(p. 1. Mediocre(p. 1. 13)average. Chapter Nine. Banal(p. Ferocity(p. 1. 18)the state or quality of being ferocious. Gossamer(p. 1. 26)something very light, thin, and insubstantial or delicate.
Anecdote(p. 1. 30)a short and amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person. PART TWOChapter Ten. Urn(p. 1. 34)a tall, rounded vase with a base, and often a stem, esp. Chapter Eleven. Serrated(p. Smoldering(p. 1. 58)burn slowly with smoke but no flame. Chapter Twelve. Foresight(p. Imprudent(p. 1. 64)not showing care for the consequences of an action.
Chapter Thirteen. Inferno(p. 1. 74)a large fire that is dangerously out of control. Vipers(p. 1. 75)a venomous snake with large hinged fangs. Stupor(p. 1. 80)a state of near- unconsciousness or insensibility. Fiend(p. 1. 82)an evil spirit or demon.
Bravado(p. 1. 83)show of boldness intended to impress or intimidate. Chapter Fourteen. Befuddled(p. 1. 91)make (someone) unable to think clearly.
Chapter Fifteen. Noxious(p. Prestigious(p. 2. Evasion(p. 2. 07)evading something; an indirect answer; an avoiding excuse.
Chapter Sixteen. Rendezvous(p. Copse(p. 2. 14)a small group of trees. Chapter Seventeen. Acrid(p. 2. 22)having an irritatingly strong and unpleasant taste or smell.
Subsequent(p. 2. 25)coming after something in time; following. Chapter Eighteen. Impotence(p. 2. 36)unable to take effective action; helpless or powerless. Despondency(p. 2. Part Three. Chapter Nineteen.
Pariah(p. 2. 47)an outcast. Incapacitated(p. 2. Scrupulously(p. 2. Ruse(p. 2. 50)an action intended to deceive someone; a trick.
Peruse(p. 2. 52)read thoroughly or carefully. Chapter Twenty. Stalemate(p. Chapter Twenty- One. Arduous(p. 2. 78)involving or requiring strenuous effort. Emanating(p. 2. 81)originate from; be produced by. Ominous(p. 2. 82)giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is going to happen. Poised(p. 2. 83)graceful and elegant bearing in a person.
Sadistic(p. 2. 87)deliberate cruelty. Futile(p. 2. 89)incapable of producing any useful result; pointless. Dappled(p. 2. 89)a patch or spot of color or light. Chapter Twenty- Two. Plaintively(p. 2. Chapter Twenty- Three.
Repellent(p. 3. 06)able to repel a particular thing; impervious to a particular substance. Peevishly(p. 3. 08)easily irritated, esp. Emaciated(p. 3. 18)make abnormally thin or weak, esp.
Intersperse(p. 3. Wielding(p. 3. 29)hold and use (a weapon or tool)Chapter Twenty- Five. Attributes(p. 3. 31)a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent part of someone or something.
Asphyxiation(p. 3. Revoked(p. 3. 42)put an end to the validity or operation of (a decree, decision, or promise)Chapter Twenty- Six.
Immobile(p. 3. 46)not moving; motionless. Feral(p. 3. 48)in a wild state, esp. Contrived(p. 3. 55)create or bring about (an object or a situation) by deliberate use of skill and artifice. Arbitrary(p. 3. 55)based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reason or system. Benign(p. 3. 55)not harmful to the environment. Chapter Twenty- Seven. Rapport(p. 3. 73)**Part One: The Tributes.
Chapter Questions. Chapter One: Pages 3- 2. Who is Prim? Katniss' sister. Where does Katniss live? District 1. 2 (The Seam)3.
Why does Katniss have to go under the fence to hunt? Why aren’t they allowed to hunt?)They are fenced so that they cannot escape. They aren't allowed to hunt because the Capitol is controlling them, the Capitol controls the food. Who is Gale? Katniss' friend, they hunt together. Why is Gale rude to Madge?
Gale is rude to Madge (Mayor's daughter) because her name is not in the reaping very much, Gale's name is in 4. He sees this as unfair.
How is the reaping unfair to lower class citizens? The lower class must ask for tesserae more often and as a result their names go into the bowl more often. This automatically puts the lower class in more danger. What happens if you do not show up for the reaping? Your dead or you are put in prison. Approximately how many people live in District 1.
What is the Treaty of Treason? There was a rebellion against the Capitol and therefore the Treaty of Treason was established so that the Hunger Games would occur every year. Describe the Hunger Games. Two tributes (male & female) are selected from each District to fight to the death in the Hunger Games in a large outdoor arena. All the other Districts are forced to watch the Games. Reminds all citizens that they cannot overcome the Capitol.
Whose name is chosen first for District 1. Primrose Everdeen (Katniss' Sister)The Class Reaping. Figuring Out the Tesserae and Number of Times. YOUR Name is Entered into the Reaping. Ageof Family Members for Tesserae + 1. Times Multiplier.
Total. 12. X 1. 13. X 2. 14. X 3. 15. X 4. 16. X 5. 17. X 6. 18. X 7. Example for Katniss at Age 1. Age 1. 6: Age. Family Members for Tesserae + 1. Times Multiplier.
Total. Katniss, age 1. Family Members for Tesserae + 1 = 4. X 1. 4Katniss, age 1. Family Members for Tesserae + 1 = 4. X 5. 20. Answer the following: 1. For your family, figure out how many times your name would be entered into the reaping. Explain your answer (your age and the number of family members).
How many times is Gale’s name entered into the reaping? Why? 4. 2Chapter Two: Pages 2. Why don’t the people of District 1. Katniss volunteers? They are not actually happy about sending two kids off to die. Why do the citizens make the “old and rarely used” gesture towards Katniss? She is well respected for volunteering.
Describe what life was like for Katniss and her family after her father died. She became the head of the household because her mother went into a deep depression and she had to take care of her sister. How did Peeta help Katniss? He gave her loaves of bread when she was about to starve to death.
Why didn’t Katniss want Peeta’s name called? She feels like she owes him something and she hates that feeling.
What “sign” did Katniss see after her eyes met Peeta’s? What did this “sign” symbolize for Katniss? Why? Hope. She now know that she can use her skills in the woods.
What is your impression of Peeta? Why or why not? Chapter Three: Pages 3.
Why can’t Katniss let herself cry? Because she will look weak. Needs respect and sponsors.
Why does Katniss know she can’t win? Others are stronger, richer, and more skilled with weapons. What does the baker (Peeta’s father) promise Katniss? He will keep an eye on Prim. What does Madge give to Katniss? Why? The Mayor's daughter- she gives Katniss a Mocking Jay Pin (IMPORTANT SYMBOL)The mocking jays were used to spread messages. What makes us (humans) different from animals?
What is the Capitol forcing these children to do? How does Katniss normally travel in District 1. What was her successful strategy in the Games? She seemed weak, but when she came to the hunger games and was really strong. Who does the mockingjay pin remind Katniss of and why?