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Volunteering as tribute shows how protective she is of Prim, sacrificing her own life for her sister’s protection. Katniss is very protective of 12 year old Rue from District 11 because she reminded her of Prim. Katniss formed an alliance with her and it shows in the last few moments of Rue’s life, how protective Katniss was of her. When Katniss heard Rue’s high pitched scream, she started running towards the sound, knowing it could be a trap. After Claudius Templesmith announces if the last two tributes left are from the same district, they can both claim victory.
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The Nurse’s optimistic perception of love and her great desire... ... middle of paper ... ...ement and security provided. In Romeo and Juliet, a tragic account of star-crossed lovers, the Nurse and Friar Laurence fulfill the crucial roles as figures of a mother and father. Both Friar Laurence and the Nurse are components in the development of character of Romeo and Juliet, as they guide the young lovers romance with wise words. Despite their foolish mistakes and evident flaws, the importance of these characters to both Romeo and Juliet is indisputable. Throughout a lifetime, mentors guide individuals to happiness later in life as defining moments and choices can be made with the aid of wisdom.
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