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What does the following passage foreshadow about Katniss’ relationship with Peeta?

I quickly open the window, toss the cookies Peeta’s father gave me out of the train, and slam the glass shut. No more. No more of either of them. Unfortunately, the packet of cookies hits the ground and bursts open in a patch of dandelions by the track. I only see the image for a moment, because the train is off again, but it’s enough. (Collins, ch. 4)


Katniss will go back and forth between loving Peeta and hating him.


Turning away from Peeta’s kindness is going to be more difficult than Katniss originally thought.


The more Katniss interacts with Peeta, the more she will resent his behavior.


Peeta will continue to make kind gestures in order to earn Katniss’ trust, before ultimately betraying her.


Peeta’s small, sweet gestures will gradually win Katniss’ affection.

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