I think you are an amazing and brave sixteen year old. As I got to know more about you during the Games, I realized you remind me of myself in many ways. I really respect the fact that you volunteered as tribute for your little sister. Knowing that you care and love her so much that you would risk your own life to protect her from the Hunger Games, must be very comforting to her. As I was watching the Games a couple of things past through my mind and I have some questions which I’m really looking forward to an answer. So I would like to ask you a couple of questions if you don't mind so that I could get a better understanding of the story. Firstly, did you feel it was your duty to support your family when your father died? I certainly understood that you were trying to prevent your family from starving in the Seam and you had to provide for your mother and sister. I like how you stay strong for your family. You had a huge responsibility on your shoulder and most teenagers cannot handle that. We also know that your mother retreated into depression and stopped providing for you and your sister. Did no one else care about you and your sister?
What emotions were going through your head after the games? As in when you got yourself into a sticky situation where you outsmarted the gamekeepers and threatened suicide with Peeta rather than fight one another after a rule change which turned both of you from allies into adversaries. Could you please explain? What was it like to be a murderer at the age of sixteen in the arena? Do you think it was precise of you to kill those tributes? I personally saw you kill three people during the games in the arena and to my understanding you were worried that you might have been killed by Cato himself. I will be looking forward to hear a response from you soon. You have really moved me through the Games and I really admire that. I also recognize the fact that you’re the “girl on fire”. In my eyes,...
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