You have no idea how much I love Temari. She’s strong, smart, confident, not to mention that she would do anything to protect her village and her family. She’s my inspiration and my favourite female character ever.
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I wanted to address some issues around personal value, mental health issues, and life in THG, specifically in reference to Katniss and Peeta. Because of that, there might be something in this essay that might trigger someone or affect someone, so I just wanted to share that first.
This has been something that has been on my mind for a while and I decided to write about it because I think it’s an important issue. I am one of millions of people who have fallen in love with the story that Suzanne Collins has created. I especially admire that while a large part of the story is the gravity of war, how people can be overcome by a need for power, and themes of rebellion, Suzanne Collins also makes sure to give lasting messages of hope, love, and perseverance.
With that in mind, I think it’s important that these positive messages are highlighted and I thought it was clear that while Katniss and Peeta may have PTSD by the end of Mockingjay, their lives are worth living and to me that was the final message I really got from the book.
That is sooo proud of you Katniss. Thumbs up!
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