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Episode 51: Canary

A new segment relates real world problems to the Hunger Games as well as Greek mythology influence. Chapter 23 and 24 of Catching Fire are discussed. Discussion questions include, is it surprising that Katniss understood what Wiress meant by, “Tick Tock”? Why didn’t Katniss hear Peeta’s screams during the Jabberjay attack? What happened to Johanna’s loved ones?

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