Discussion questions for catching fire

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discussion questions for catching fire

Catching Fire — Reader Q&A

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Suzanne Collins - Catching Fire - Part 01 Audiobook

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Sign up for our newsletters! What emotions does Peeta stir in Katniss? Though she is stiff and formal with him, what are her true feelings? How did the events in the first Games affect their relationship? How do the events of the Victory Tour affect Katniss and Peeta, their relationship to each other, and their feelings about their future? Why does the Capitol devise a special reaping procedure for every 25th Game? Do you believe the requirements for this Quarter Quell were decided in the past or were they designed for this Game to force Katniss and Peeta back to the Arena?

President Snow pays a visit to Katniss to let her know that he is watching her behavior, and he expects her to continue the story that her and Peeta are in love in the beginning of The Hunger Games sequel. Here are some Catching Fire discussion questions. The Hunger Games trilogy has the reputation for being very emotional because readers are so attached to the characters. This section of Catching Fire may be hard to read when Gale is beaten, and more Peacemakers are moving into District 12 because the characters are so real and likable. These questions talk about emotions and feelings readers may experience in this dramatic section.


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  1. Laura G. says:

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  2. Olina R. says:

    Discussion Questions. Catching Fire. by Suzanne Collins. 1. How did Katniss's participation in the Games change her relationship with Gale?.

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  4. Esmeraude A. says:

    The mockingjay is the offspring of a mockingbird and a jabberjay, a bird that was genetically engineered by the Capitol during the war with the Districts.

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