The Hunger Games - Study Guide The Hunger Games, Part 2, Chapter 12 and Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Suzanne Collins
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Katniss almost falls out of her tree when she hears Peeta's voice with the Careers in chapter twelve. Katniss feels that Peeta has betrayed her and District Twelve by throwing in his lot with the Careers. She wonders why Peeta has not told them about her skill with a bow. As she drops out of the tree and checks her snares, she gives the audience a knowing smile to throw everyone off track. She cooks a rabbit in the dead tribute's fire, camouflages her pack with soot, and sets off to find water. She almost eats some berries for the juice, but has to stop because she is not sure they aren't toxic. She is angry that Haymitch has not sent her water yet, but finally concludes that he is withholding it because she is...

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