The Hunger Games

how does katniss feel about the country of panem?


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Initially Katniss doesn't think about Panem that much, she is too busy trying to feed her family. When Katniss finally visits the Capitol, she is overwhelmed at the opulence and sophistication. Still, Katniss doesn't think about the inequality that much, she is too busy preparing for the games and fighting for her life. She knows the districts suffer for the benefit of the Capital but she doesn't have a lot of time to consider this. The socio-political aspects of it all are highlighted in Catching Fire more than the hunger games.

She feels nothing right now really. And that sums it up above... Aslan's got the answering power!!!