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Transcript of Mockingjay Presentation
-Katniss: the protagonist. She was sent to the Hunger Games twice and survived. She is the narrator. She comes from District 12.
-Gale: a very important character. Most important of all he is Katniss's best friend and he loves her. He comes from District 12.
-Peeta: he is very important because Katniss met him in her first Hunger Games. He loved her since he was five years old. He also comes from District 12.
-Haymitch: he is a forty year old man that is always drunk. He is a District 12's victor who won the second quarter quell and he is Peeta and Katniss's mentor of the Hunger Games.
-Finnick: he is a very charming victor that comes from District 4. He becomes a very important friend for Katniss by Suzanne Collins Hope - is present in district's people that hope that their tributes won't die in the Hnger Games or in the war. Especially during the book Katniss hopes Peeta is alive after is taken by the Capitol.
War - the war between the Capitol and the districts that were rebelling, is represented in the book.
Love - This theme is very present in this book, because both Peeta and Gale fell in love with Katniss during the trilogy and at the end also Katniss understood that she loves Peeta.
Death - Is shown by the death of Primrose, President Coin, President Snow, Finnick, and all the others that died during the war.
Government control - very present in the book because the Capitol tries everything to show its control and its power.
Betrayal - shown when President Coin kills Primrose, sister of Katniss, without her knowing it. Themes