Who said Panem et circenses?

Who said Panem et circenses?

Juvenal

Why is the word Panem capitalized?

America is gone, but on the continent of North America, a new country called Panem formed. (The word "Panem" is part of the Latin phrase "panem et circenses," which means "bread and circuses.") The country was divided into 13 districts, and the city called the Capitol ruled over the area.

What district was Johanna from?

District 7

Who kills Thresh?

Cato

Is Katniss really pregnant in Catching Fire?

In Catching Fire, Peeta lied about Katniss being pregnant to try to protect her from the Games. Katniss said that she miscarried due to an electric shock in the arena. However, during the 15 years after the events of Mockingjay, Katniss became pregnant legitimately.

What is Katniss's mother's profession?

healer

Why does Primrose Everdeen die?

She later realizes, after a conversation with the imprisoned President Snow, that President Alma Coin sent Prim to her death (which was caused by a hovercraft by the rebels) both to sway the Capitol citizens to Coin's side by making them think Snow was bombing the children, and to swing Katniss to her side through the ...

How old was Primrose Everdeen when she died?

Primrose Everdeen
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Age12 (The Hunger Games) 13 (Catching Fire and Mockingjay)
GenderFemale
AppearanceBlonde hair, blue eyes
HomeDistrict 12: The Seam, then Victor's Village, after that District 13

What killed Finnick?

Finnick dies during a mutt attack underground, but there's something very heroic about his death on screen. As Katniss, Peeta and the rest of the group are being attacked, he comes in like Superman (or Aquaman) with his trusty trident, picking off lizard mutts one by one./span>

Who is Katniss's grandma?

Maude

What is Katniss's mother's name?

Mrs. Everdeen

What is Foxface's real name?

Finch Crossly