The Hunger Games

Chapter 19: How does what Katniss see, before she finds Peeta, be symbolic?

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At some point, she finds a bloody trail that she follows along a stream. But it's another dead end, or at least she thinks so before Peeta's voice comes from nowhere. The blood can be seen as symbolic of lives lost and Peeta's sacrifice for her.