Character Analysis of Katniss Everdeen, the Hunger Games.
Katniss Everdeen is a 16-year-old girl who lives in a poor coal-mining region called District 12, in the country of Panem. She volunteers for herself instead of her younger sister to participate in the potentially deadly annual Hunger Games. As her father was killed in an accident, Katniss has taken on the role of her family's head of household. Katniss's mother was unable to cope with the loss and is deeply depressed. Filling her father's shoes, she did everything she could to bring home food and other things that would save her family.
Being very resourceful is one of her many traits. Katniss is a skilled hunter and tracker, and has excellent skills and ability with her weapons. She spends most of her days steeling eggs from nests, catching fish, and sometimes managing to get squirrels or rabbits. She was also able to distinguish which plants were dangerous and which were edible to help her family to survive.
One thing that can be said about Katniss is that she is brave. She faces every challenge that is thrown out her with courage. She is often very afraid, but her bravery wins out. This is how she was able to get through the Hunger Games. Without her bravery, she would have died early on. She was not afraid to stand up to those who mocked her, and she risked her life to bring Peeta something that would help him when he was injured, even though it was dangerous. She was unafraid to challenge and kill if she needed to.
On another note, Katniss is also stubborn. She sneaks under the fences meant to contain the citizens in her District. She hunts in the forest, which is illegal. She also trades her things in the black market. She carries her stubbornness to the Hunger Games, even though she is not the smartest competitor, she is clever and determined to survive. She does not agree with much that the Capitol offers, but she agrees to play their games, but by her own rules.