World Within World: Opening Paragraph

e-marina: Sounds like worldwithinworld wants to discuss the opening paragraph, which reads: “When I wake up, the other side of the bed is cold. My fingers stretch out, seeking Prim’s warmth but finding only the rough canvas cover of the mattress. She must have had bad dreams and climbed… World Within World: Opening Paragraph

Chapter 2 – Part 1

A bit of Chapter 1 –          I don’t know what the goat, Lady symbolizes. It must symbolized something; if not Suzanne Collins would not spend a few pages of a story of Katniss telling Peeta about how she got it for Prim. The same story repeated during the anti-hijacking session with […]

Chapter 1 – Part 3

Moving on with Chapter 1. In the first book, The Hunger Games, Gale has suggested to Katniss that they could have ran away (was it in an indirect way saying that he loves her and wants to spend his life with her? Was it for the safety of their families? Or both?) and in Catching […]

Chapter 1 – Part 3

Moving on with Chapter 1. In the first book, The Hunger Games, Gale has suggested to Katniss that they could have ran away (was it in an indirect way saying that he loves her and wants to spend his life with her? Was it for the safety of their families? Or both?) and in Catching […]

Chapter 1 – Part 2

A bit longer than the last time. 3 things nonetheless. 1) Apples. There was quite a lot of it. Why the author mentioned apples? What does it represent? Brave souls sneak in the woods the collect apples, meeting Peeta under the old apple tree, shooting the apple in the roast pig’s mouth, eating apple (with […]

Chapter 1 – Part 2

A bit longer than the last time. 3 things nonetheless. 1) Apples. There was quite a lot of it. Why the author mentioned apples? What does it represent? Brave souls sneak in the woods the collect apples, meeting Peeta under the old apple tree, shooting the apple in the roast pig’s mouth, eating apple (with goat […]