I'm having trouble finding three textual supports for the theme of conflict in The Hunger Games. I have one already, Katniss stuck in the arena, but I'm having trouble identifying two more. Can...

I'm having trouble finding three textual supports for the theme of conflict in The Hunger Games. I have one already, Katniss stuck in the arena, but I'm having trouble identifying two more. Can someone help me with this for my S.O.P (Supported Opinion Paragraph)? Please and thank you!

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Katniss is in conflict with Peeta and Haymitch. Although they present themselves as her allies she is not 100% sure that she can trust them. Katniss is not sure if Peeta is faking being in love with her just to throw her off her game. She also doesn't completely trust Haymitch because he is a drunk.  At the beginning of the process, she kind of disregards his advice that she needs the audience to like her. 

Katniss is also in conflict with herself. She is not sure that she can trust herself and her instincts. Although Katniss' instincts have kept her and her family alive in The Seam, she is not sure that they will keep her alive in the actual games. 

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