The Hunger Games - The Hunger Games, Part 3, Chapter 23 and Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Suzanne Collins
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The Hunger Games, Part 3, Chapter 23 and Chapter 24 Summary

In chapter twenty-three, Katniss and Peeta eat the stew slowly so the rich food will not upset their stomachs. They talk about the fine houses they will live in if they win called the Victor's Village. Peeta points out that Katniss and Haymitch are alike in many ways and they discuss how Haymitch won the Games, deciding he must have outsmarted all the others. Katniss wonders if his drinking began as a coping mechanism because so many of the tributes he mentored died. During the anthem they learn that Thresh is dead and Katniss is sad for him, though she cannot reveal the emotion to the audience. Peeta takes the first watch and wakes Katniss later to eat goat cheese, which reminds her of home. She is surprised to learn that Peeta's family had to...

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