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Analysis of Gale Hawthorne

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Gale is the hunting partner of katniss in the book called the hunger games. He is a person who keeps his words and is very loyal. In the authors view, the author describes gale as someone who cares for katniss and a hunting partner of hers. Other people in the story sees him as a hunter who brings food to their district. Lastly,  he sees himself as the head of his family and a boy who really loves katniss.

The author describes gale as a loyal person who helps take care of katniss’ family. For example, in the book when katniss volunteered as a tribute and went to the hunger games; during those times gale had kept his words providing food for her family when gale himself never had enough food to bring for his family.

Secondly, the other people in district 12 sees gale as a person who hunts with katniss and brings food to the district. Since gale isn’t the main character of the story the hunger games, even though he is katniss’ hunting partner, the book doesn’t describe how other people in his district views him as much. For example when katniss goes to the hobbs to change the meat for money, gales name is said but nothing special about it.

Lastly, gale thinks of himself as the head of the family and a person who loves katniss a lot. The reason why gale thinks of himself as the head of the family is because he is the one who provides food and shelter to his family. He has a mom and 5 siblings to take care of. He also thinks of himself as a person who really loves katniss because even if he is loyal it is hard to hunt for all the food alone for 7 people.

To sum up, there are many different perspectives that are looked upon gale. Those include the author, who thinks of gale as a loyal person who keeps his words, other people in the district who sees him as katniss’ hunting partner that trades meat for money, and lastly he viewing himself as the head of his family and a person who loves katniss.
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