the protagonist and female tribute of District 12. She is an excellent
hunter and tremendously resourceful
in-depth analysis of Katniss Everdeen.
the boy tribute of District 12 and the son of a baker. He is kind and
loyal, and he becomes Katniss’s love interest and main ally during the Hunger
in-depth analysis of Peeta Mellark.
Katniss’s and Peeta’s trainer. He is a drunk and one of only two people
from District 12 to win the Hunger Games (and the only one still
in-depth analysis of Haymitch Abernathy.
the escort of the tributes from District 12. She is very concerned with
appearances and her own career.
Katniss’s friend and hunting partner. Gale is probably the person closest
to Katniss, and he is the only with whom she can ever fully relax and be
Katniss’s little sister. She is small and gentle, and Katniss volunteers
in her place when her name is drawn in the reaping.
Katniss’s mother. After her husband died, she essentially stopped caring
for Katniss and Prim, forcing Katniss to become the family’s primary
Katniss’s main stylist. He becomes Katniss’s friend over the course of
the story and counsels Katniss to be herself.
the Mayor’s daughter and the only person Katniss is friendly with at
school. She gives Katniss the mockingjay pin.
the mayor of District 12
the person who waxes Katniss before she sees Cinna, her
the male tribute from District 2. He is a career tribute, meaning he has
trained for the Hunger Games his entire life, and he is large, short-tempered, and a
the female tribute from District 11. Katniss and Rue become allies during
the Games, and Katniss
a female tribute in the Hunger Games characterized by her wiliness and
intelligence. She dies by eating poisonous berries collected by
the male tribute from District 11. He shows mercy toward Katniss because
of the way Katniss treated Rue.
the female tribute from District 1. She dies when Katniss drops a tracker
jacker nest on her and some other tributes.
the female tribute from District 2. She actually defeats Katniss in a
fight and nearly kills her, but Thresh intervenes and saves Katniss’s
the ostentatious television host who interviews Katniss and Peeta before
and after the Games
the announcer during the Hunger Games
the president of Panem