Why does Katniss expect the Gamemakers to block her conversations with Rue about their home Districts?
One of the ways in which the Capitol prevents rebellion is by keeping the Districts extremely isolated from each other. People from different Districts almost never interact with each other, except, fittingly, as doomed tributes competing in the Hunger Games.
Compare District 11 (Rue’s District) and District 12 (Katniss’s District).
Rue's District is more tightly controlled by the Capitol, and there is more brutality on the part of the Peacekeepers. Their industry is agriculture. Katniss has more freedom in comparison, though District 12 is often...
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