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Catching Fire Setting & Symbolism

Suzanne Collins
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Objects/Places

Paintings

Peeta is an artist. When Katniss sees his paintings, she is horrified because they depict all they experienced during the seventy-fourth Hunger Games.

Pearl

Peeta gives Katniss a pearl he found in an oyster during the seventy-fifth games.

Locket

Peeta wears a locket that has the image of a mockingjay on the outside and pictures of Katniss's family and Gale on the inside in hopes of convincing her to survive.

Mockingjay Pin

Katniss was given a mockingjay pin by the mayor's daughter before leaving for her first games. This pin has become a symbol of the rebellion and is worn by those who support it in one form or another.

Wedding Dress

Cinna dresses Katniss in a wedding dress as ordered by the president, but he has rigged it so that when she lifts her arms it burns away and becomes a mockingjay inspired dress.

Bow and Arrow

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