The Hunger Games - The Hunger Games, Part 2, Chapter 16, Chapter 17, and Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Suzanne Collins
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The Hunger Games, Part 2, Chapter 16, Chapter 17, and Chapter 18 Summary

In chapter sixteen, Rue falls asleep and Katniss begins to think about destroying the Careers' food supply. They are typically better fed than the other tributes and do not know how to be hungry. A cannon sounds and they are reminded that the numbers of players are dwindling. Katniss learns that Rue is the oldest of six kids and very protective of her siblings. She forages for food regularly and her favorite thing in the world is music—-she sings with mockingjays. They come up with a plan and Rue teaches Katniss her mockingjay song, a sign that she is fine but cannot make it to the rendezvous point. Katniss arrives at the Cornucopia and is confused by the placement of the food so far from their camp. Cato, the girl from...

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