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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the antidote to the poisons of the fog?
2. How many land arms are spread out from the Cornucopia?
3. How high is the wall of fog?
4. What is the design of the arena?
5. What do Haymitch and Katniss agree to do in the Quarter Quell Games?
Short Essay Questions
1. After she deal with the initial shock of the Quarter Quell, what does Katniss ask of Haymitch?
2. Why have Katniss and Peeta been instructed not to wave and smile at the crowd?
3. After watching Haymitch's victory in the last Quarter Quell, what does Katniss realize?
4. How does Finnick attempt to prove himself to Katniss?
5. Why has Johanna saved Beetee and Wiress?
6. Why do you think Mags sacrifices herself during the flight from the fog?
7. What gift has Haymitch so carefully chosen to send his tributes?
8. What pattern does Katniss notice about everyone's treatment of Peeta?
9. What does Katniss learn from Beetee and Wiress on the first training day?
10. Why is Katniss so suspicious of Finnick's wish to form an alliance?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Who is Finnick Odair? What is Katniss's initial impression of him? Why does Haymitch suggest she be on Finnick's team in the arena? How does Finnick prove himself to Katniss? Why does Katniss decide she has misjudged Finnick? Overall, how does Finnick contribute to the rebellion in Panem?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the supposed myth of District 13. Initially, what does Katniss think about the district? Who does she encounter that hopes to find District 13? Why is District 13 supposed to stand as a warning for the rest of Panem? Why does Katniss become suspicious about the footage from 13? What does she learn at the end of "Catching Fire," and what predictions can you make about the third novel?
Essay Topic 3
Describe Peeta and Katniss's speeches in District 11. How do they deviate from what they had planned to say? Why do they impulsively change their speeches? What is the reaction to them from the crowd? Have the crowd's actions been previously planned? Why or why not? How is this incident representative of the state in Panem as a whole?
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