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That's kind of a lengthy question. From the start, she's worried about not finding water, then being discovered by the careers, getting away from the fire wall, trying to discover what happened to her when she was unconscious, worried that Rue is dead, Peeta is dead after Cato attacked him, the burns in her leg, not getting the medicine to save Peeta's life, nearly been killed by Clove, getting Peeta and herself away from the mutts, Cato trying to kill Peeta, the rule has been changed so that only one tribute may live, pulling out the berries, thinking people are trying to kill Peeta when really they are saving his life by operating on his leg, worried Snow is going to kill Prim, her mom, Gale etc. because of her stunt with the berries and trying to repair her relationship with Peeta after he found out her feelings for him were fake.

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A more general problem the character, Katniss Everdeen, is confronting, is a style of government that has institutionalized televised sacrificial murder for 74 years. One could say the emotional level, and all the activities of such a government, and of The Hunger Games as a story, is sacrifice. You might be able to see a little of this theme in each new trial she endures as a tribute trying to merely survive. Or shall we say elevate yourself and Peeta above the level of being a sacrifice, and then as the Mockingjay, being the spiritual leader of the Rebellion against such media manipulation and the underlying government. She topples the President but is still mentally engaged at the emotional level of sacrifice and actually votes for a 76th Hunger Games.

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Katniss is the sole provider for her family. If she doesn't hunt illegally they will starve. She also must make sure to find enough to bring home so they don't starve. She takes care of her mother and sister because nobody else will.

When the book starts it is the day of the reaping and Katniss has 20 entries into it. Her sister only has one yet she is called. Katniss, being protective and loving takes her place. She is now one of twenty four people all fighting for their lives and only one can survive.

When she leaves, and if she does not return, he family could starve. Thankfully her friend and neighbours will ensure they don't but when her father died Katniss' mother was in a deep depression and she worries she will leave Prim alone is Katniss dies.

She discovers that he partner in the games is in love with her and she has to pretend to the public that she is in love with him to so she will get sponsors even though she is not interested in love or marriage because she does not want children to live life this way.

Her guide during the games is a alcoholic. As Katniss goes hungry at home she is very thin and quite weak but up against some very tough contestants. She gets the highest training score because she shocked the judges which means all the other contestants think she is their biggest opposition.

Once in the arena she struggles to find water, is nearly burnt alive, is stung by a tracker jacker, is nearly killed by a tribute and saved by another simply because she helped the other person from his district.

She also has to keep Peeta alive because they believe that both of them will be allowed to leave. When it is only them left alive they change the rules. Peeta then goes to kill himself and Katniss decides she will too because the Captiol won't let them as they must have a winner.

This helps spark the revolution and the President himself is angry with her. If she cannot convince him she did it because she was madly in love everybody she cares about, and her will be killed.

She also has to deal with having killed people.

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Katniss faces many conflicts in catching fire. To name a few, President Snow wasn't convinced that she tried to commit suicide with berries in the first book for love, but to rebel. Then she has to participate in the Quarter Quell. Only one winner can come out, but Peeta wants it to be her. But she wants it to be Peeta. Gale is mad at her because she wants Peeta to come run away with their families in the woods. Gale gets whipped because he is caught hunting and Katniss is effected emotionally. She falls from a tree trying to get out of the woods, and damages her ankle along with her tailbone. Cinna is badly beaten right before she enters the quarter quell. She is caught in this acid type fog stuff and has to carry Peeta along because of his fake leg. She runs into Jabberjays that sound like her sister screaming. She is fighting a bunch of monkeys and runs out of arrows. At the end of the book Peeta is kidnapped by the capitol, and she discovers that district 12 has been destroyed. There may be more, but those are basically the ones i remember. Hope this helped (:

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Well, in Catching Fire, Katniss is 'reaped' to compete in the 75th Hunger Games, which is her nightmare. This time, she has decided to partner with Haymitch to save Peeta and sacrifice herself. However, Peeta has plans of his own and is trying his best to save Katniss too. Katniss also has vague conflicts on whether it is Gale or Peeta she likes.

In the end, Katniss discovers District 13 is real, and Peeta is captured by the Capitol.

Of course, there are many other problems, but these are the major ones.

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One of the conflicts Katniss faced in chapter 12 was thirst. She finally finds a pond and gets to drink after a few days.

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Haymitch used his witts, he used the forcefeild. He threw objects at it and they came back at the enamy. This is how he killed Maysalee Donner.

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She had to face her fears and enemies. She had to fight for who she really is.

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What trap does Katniss discover rue has fallen into when she finds her at the end

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