A Character Analysis Of Katniss Everdeen From The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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Katniss Everdeen is very determined. If she wants to do something, she tries until she achieves it. This is proved when Katniss wins the Hunger Games after she is told that she should try to win, by Prim, her sister and throughout the games she remembers these words and kind of uses them as her guide. She is also very strong in mental and physical ways. Her worst character trait is that she lets kind people root into her, so if someone pretends to be kind she will let them root in which means she lets them know about her and becomes easygoing with them. “A kind Peeta Mellark is far more dangerous to me than an unkind one. Kind people have a way of working their way inside me and rooting there,” (page 49). This proves that kind people have a way of rooting into her. Another important trait is that she is a survivor. She knows the way to get food to survive in any condition, like in the Hunger Games where she had to find food in the huge jungle while she was being hunted by other tributes. She also survived the Hunger Games using her skills and won, and in the process, saving another person named Peeta Mellark. Lastly, she can be very loving, but only to some people, such as Prim, her little sister (12 years old so her first year in the reaping). She tries to protect Prim throughout the book. “I protect Prim in any way I can, but I’m powerless against the reaping. The anguish I always feel when she’s in pain wells up in my chest and threatens to register on my face,” P15. She says she feels Prim’s pain and loves her very much.
There are many events that involve the main character, Katniss Everdeen. The first one is the reaping in which Prim (Katniss’s sister) gets chosen for the Hunger Games (a game where 24 kids [a boy and a girl from each of 12 districts 12-18 years old] fight to the death in an arena created and controlled by the...

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