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The Hunger Games Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Hunger Games, Part 3, Chapter 19 and Chapter 20 Summary

Suzanne Collins
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The Hunger Games, Part 3, Chapter 19 and Chapter 20 Summary

In chapter nineteen, Katniss is horrified that she shouted Peeta's name and may have given away her position. Katniss know their romance must be very popular with the audience for the rule change to have happened, and realizes Peeta must have been trying to protect her the whole time. The next day Katniss sets off carefully to find Peeta, figuring he must be near a source of water. She sets a fire to lead the Careers away from her search and heads for the stream. She finds him camouflaged in the muddy bank. She washes him off and tends to his burn and tracker jacker stings. He is feverish and does not want to eat, and the wound in his leg is festering. Katniss drains the pus in his leg and helps him to a...

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