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Catching Fire Prezi
Transcript of Catching Fire Prezi
Return With the Elixir
Katniss sits in the forest outside District 12 thinking about the upcoming Victory Tour.
The Ordinary World
President Snow tells Katniss
that if she doesn't convince the Districts that she loves Peeta there will be an uprising, so she must or he will punish her by killing someone she loves (or in some other cruel way).
The Call to Adventure
After Snow leaves, Katniss thinks about how she can't act and knows she won't succeed. She decides to talk to Haymitch about her problem later.
Refusal of the Call
Katniss talks to Haymitch outside of the Capitol train. He tells her that she will have to marry Peeta to truly convince the Districts.
Meeting With the Mentor
Crossing the Threshold
Tests, Allies, and Enemies
When the third Quarter Quell is announced Peeta, Katniss, and Haymitch realize that they will be going into the arena again and start to train.
The 75th annual Hunger Games begins, and Katniss, Peeta, Finnick, and Mags ally themselves against the other 20 contestants.
Beetee comes up with a plan to electrocute the remaining tributes by using the tree that gets hit by lightning every day.
The Ordeal (contd.)
Katniss figures out what Beetee was going to do with the wire and blows up the force field that prevents the tributes from escaping the arena.
The Road Back
The Hero's Journey
By Suzanne Collins
When Katniss gets home she finds that security has been tightened. The normal Peacekeepers have been replaced with strict ones.
The four allies find Johanna, Wiress, and Beetee and discover that the arena is a huge clock with a danger on every hour.
Gale tells Katniss that District 12 was bombed out by the Capitol. The surviors are at 13.
A strange mist at night results in the death of Mags.
They go to the Capitol and attend the interview of the tributes and other events. Then Peeta and Katniss board the hovercraft that will take them to the arena.
The Ordeal (contd.)
The new Peacekeepers have been ordered by President Snow to make sure not a single person gets out of line in 12. Under their control District 12 turns into a prison with machine guns on the rooftops and an electrified fence that works full time.
Peeta, Haymitch, Gale, and most of the residents of District 12.
The Capitol, Snow, the new Peacekeepers.
Katniss gets off the train in District 11, and the Victory Tour begins. After going through the Districts Katniss reaches the Capitol where she meets Snow. Snow tells her that she failed to convince the districts that she loves Peeta.
"Speak, Miss Everdeen. Him (Gale) I can easily kill off if we don't come to a happy resolution."
-President Snow (pg. 24)
"I'm the one who shuts up and sits back and
lets Peeta do as much of the talking as possible."
-Katniss (pg. 31)
"...you'll never, ever be able to do anything but live happily ever after with that boy."
-Haymitch (pg. 44)
"Katniss, there is no District 12."
-Gale (pg. 391)
"I let the arrow fly, see it hit its mark and vanish, pulling the thread of gold behind it."
"Tick, tock. This is a clock."
-Katniss (pg. 325)
"So what I'm suggesting is that after the bolt hits at noon, but before it hits at midnight, we run my wire from that tree all the way down into the saltwater, which is, of course, highly conductive. When the bolt strikes, the electricity will travel down the wire and into not only the water but also the surrounding beach, which will still be damp from the ten o' clock wave. Anyone in contact with those surfaces at that moment will be electrocuted.
-Beetee's plan (pgs. 359-60)
"Ladies and gentlemen, let the Seventy-fifth Hunger Games begin!"
-Claudius Templesmith, Hunger Games announcer (pg. 267)
"He gives an almost imperceptible shake of his head. In that one slight motion, I see the end of hope, the beginning of the destruction of everything I hold dear in the world."
-Katniss (pgs. 74-75)
"The square has been transformed. A huge banner with the seal of Panem hangs off the roof of the Justice Building. Peacekeepers, in pristine white uniforms, march on the cleanly swept cobblestones. Along the rooftops, more of them occupy nests of machine guns."
-Katniss (pg. 128)
"On the seventy-fifth anniversary, as a reminder to the rebels that even the strongest among them cannot overcome the power of the Capitol, the male and female tributes will be reaped from their existing pool of victors."
-President Snow, announcing the third Quarter Quell (pg. 172)
Collins, Suzanne. "Catching Fire". New York: Scholastic, 2010. Print
Prezi by mark dufek
"Strategically placed almost midway between the annual Games, it is the Capitol's way of keeping the horror fresh and immediate. Not only are we in the Districts forced to remember the iron grip of the Capitol's power each year, we are forced to celebrate it."
Katniss describing the Victory Tour (pg. 4)
end of book two
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