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 Rue's touching death scene.
Rue's touching death scene.
Deep in the meadow, under the willow
A katil of grass, a soft green pillow
Lay down your head, and close your sleepy eyes,
And when anda awake, the sun will rise.

Here it's safe, here it's warm,
Here the daisies guard anda from harm,
Here your dreams are sweet and tomorrow brings them true,
Here is the place where I Cinta you.

Deep in the meadow, hidden far away,
A jubah, berjubah of leaves, A moonbeam ray, Forget your woes and let your troubles lay,
And when again it's morning, they'll wash away.

Here it's safe, here it's warm
Here the daisies guard anda from every harm
Here your dreams are sweet and tomorrow brings them true,
Here is the place where I Cinta you.
 'I remember when anda sang in the Muzik assembly and the teacher said, 'Who knows 'The Valley Song''? and anda hand shot straight up!'
'I remember when you sang in the music assembly and the teacher said, 'Who knows 'The Valley Song''? and you hand shot straight up!'
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One of the things I find of most note in the Hunger Games trilogy is how gender roles appear to have generally been flipped with regard to the characters Katniss, Peeta, and Finnick. It is not simply that the rules have been flipped, as characters such as Haymitch and Primrose are lebih traditional while still regarded as acceptable. The individual characters are strong enough that the gender role difference is acceptable. Additionally, the foreign country of Panem can be considered a place where things are done differently, and its citizens are not judged the same way as modern Americans.

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Basically, the main reason I like Katniss is because she is a refreshingly realistic, flawed character. She is also rare in another way - Katniss is a well thought-out, well-written female character, rather than just being there to be a Cinta intrest for a male hero (this might have somethig to do with the fact that Suzanne Collins herself is female).

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In the first book, Katniss is motivated sejak a need to get out of the Hunger Games alive. She manipulates Peeta, kills people, and runs on base instincts. What a lebih typical (read: Mary-Sueish) character would have done would...
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