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The Hunger Games - Chapters 8-11 Review

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Chapter 8 begins with Katniss returning from her training, in an emotional state. She ignores the others and runs straight to her room. Katniss thinks that she ruined everything after shooting the arrow at the apple in the pig’s mouth by the Gamemakers. She is worried about what might happen to her mother and prim. She believes that she is going to get an incredibly low score and that no one will sponsor her. She finally pulls herself together and goes to the table for dinner. Once the main course is served, Haymitch clears the air and asks how bad Katniss was in training. Peeta explains that the Gamemakers weren’t paying attention. Katniss explains how she shot an arrow at the Gamemakers, and how she dismissed herself. All the people at the table were horrified. Afterwards they start to watch the televised results. Peeta’s name comes up before hers. Peeta scored an 8, and Katniss scored an 11.
Katniss wakes early Sunday morning, and is wondering about Gale because Sunday is the day were they do the majority of their hunting. We then learn how they became friends. Katniss was in the woods gathering nuts, and collecting katniss, and hunting squirrels. On her way home she came across a bunch of rabbits hanging in the air, coming to the realization that someone had used twitch-up snares. She was very fascinated and leaned over to touch one when she heard the voice of a young man. She recognized him from the funeral. His father was also a miner that passed away in the mining explosion. They talked about hunting and Gale was fascinated by Katniss’ bow. Katniss agreed to give him a bow if he would teach her how to use the snares. But as time went on, they grew closer and became hunting partners and eventually, best friends.
Katniss gets out of bed and goes to the table for breakfast to find Peeta, Effie, and Haymitch huddled around the table. Katniss asks about her interviews for that night, when Haymitch says there has been a change of plans. Peeta has asked to be coached separately.
Glimmer, Clove, Cato, Thresh, Rue, Foxface
Motifs
Defiance

Fire

Hunting
Setting and Mood
Setting:
The Games (Arena)

“We’re on a flat, open stretch of land. A plain of hard-packed dirt.”
“To my right lies a lake. To my left and back, sparse piney woods.”

Mood:
Suspense, fear, adrenaline (fight or flight)

Conflicts
Chapter 8-
Chapters 8-11 Review
The Hunger Games
By: Suzanne Collins
By: Trixie, Sathya, & Vanessa
P
lot
S
ummary
Chapters 8-11
C
H
A
P
T
E
R
8
C
H
A
P
T
E
R
9
C
H
A
P
T
E
R
10
Katniss's reaction to Peeta's confession

Strategy for the Games

Rooftop conversation with Peeta

Getting ready for the Games to begin
C
H
A
P
T
E
R
11
V
O
C
A
B
U
L
A
R
Y
Sic
[sik]
- (verb, page 104)
- to attack.

“Wait until I’m in the arena and
sic
starving wild animals on me”

Guffaws
[guh-
faw
s]
- (verb, page 107)
- a loud, unrestrained burst of laughter

“Haymitch
guffaws
and we all start to laugh even Effie”

Ludicrous

[
loo
-di-k
ruh
s]
- (adjective, page 114)
- causing laughter because of absurdity

“That’s the first thing I feel, which is
ludicrous


Arduous
[
ahr
-joo-
uh s
] –
(adjective, page 109)
– A difficult, laborious task which requires great exertion and energy.

“But also in the littler things, having a partner lightened the load, could even make the
arduous
task of filling my family’s table enjoyable.”

V
O
C
A
B
U
L
A
R
Y
Confidant
[
kon
-fi-dahnt] –
(noun, page 112)
– A close friend to whom secrets are confided with and private matters and problems are discussed.

“[Gale] became my
confidant
, someone with whom I could share thoughts I could never voice inside the fence.”

Reproachful

[ri-
prohch
-
fuh
l]
– (adjective, page 118) –
Full of or expressing fault, blame, and/or disapproval.

“I hate her, too, with her knowing
reproachful
eyes that call me a coward, a monster, a puppet of the Capitol, both now and then.”

Aloof
[
uh
-
loof
] -
(adjective, page 116) –
not friendly or forthcoming but cool and distant

“How are we going to present you? Are you going to be charming?
Aloof
? Fierce?”


T
H
E
M
E
S
Man vs Self, Man vs Environment
Chapter 9-
Man vs Man, Man vs Self, Man vs Environment
Chapter 10-
Man vs Man
(Ties in with Conflict)
Katniss and Peeta receive their scores

Discover how Katniss met Gale

Peeta requests to be trained seperatly

Symbolism
Food

Katniss' Dresses

Dandelions
Inequality
Chapter 11-
Man vs Man, Man vs Environment, Man vs Fate
Characterization
V
O
C
A
B
U
L
A
R
Y
Ruminating

[roo-m
uh
-neyt-ing]
- (verb, page 142) –
To think deeply about something

“While I’ve been
ruminating
on the availability of trees, Peeta has been struggling with how to maintain his identity.”

Brutish

[
broo-
tish]
- (adjective, page 160)-
to be vicious or cruel

“I’m almost certain that’s the
brutish
boy from District 2.”

Caesar Flickerman:
Appearance
Background
Personality
Characterization
Setting and Mood
(Ties in with Conflict)
Chapter 8-
Setting:
Capitol

“I watch the sun set over the artificial candy Capitol.”

Mood:
Feeling of suspense- What is going to happen to Katniss? Will she be punished?

Chapter 9-
Setting:
Capitol

Mood:
We can see how emotionally Katniss is affected when Haymitch tells her how sullen and hostile she is and has the “charm of a dead slug”

Setting:
Capitol, Training Centre Lobby

Mood:
Anger, Annoyance, Nervousness

Chapter 10-
Chapter 11-
Katniss Everdeen
Katniss the Girl on Fire
Katniss the Star-Crossed Lover
"It's all a big show. It's all how you're perceived. The most I could say about you after your interview was that you were nice enough, although that in itself was a small miracle. Now I can say you're a heartbreaker. Oh, oh, oh, how the boys back home fall longingly at your feet. Which do you think will get you more sponsors?"
Confused and Conflicted Katniss
“You had no right! No right to go saying those things about me!” I shout at him.
“He made me look weak!”

Preparing for the Interviews

Interview with Caesar Flickerman

Peeta's Confession
Let the 74 Hunger Games begin!

Bloodbath

Supplies and distance

First deaths

Betrayal
There is little development in the characters in these chapters, however, Katniss is beginning to develop and change, shown in her agreeing to go along with the 'star-crossed lovers' plan.
Characterization
Character Development
Of The Tributes
Appearance
Control and Manipulation
Author Suzanne Collins of the novel,
[The] Hunger Games
, emphasizes the idea that a person may alter or change their outside appearance in order to appeal to others, which may end up hurting them in the end.
In the novel, [
The] Hunger Games
, author Suzanne Collins suggests the idea that an oppressing government may manipulate the views and opinions of the citizens in order to remain control.
th
In the novel, [
The] Hunger Games,
author Suzanne Collins suggests the idea that even though we can't escape inequality it is an indefinite action in society no matter the circumstances.
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