Sorry I’m having to answer your question here, but because you left the review as a guest, I’m not really able to reply any other way!
Anyway, in the water, all Peeta can see of his “enemy” is a middle-aged gent hunched over a table. He couldn’t see the face at all. And at that point in time he hasn’t met Heavensbee, and hasn’t ever seen even a drawing of him. And he doesn’t meet Heavensbee for a couple of months after, so has no way of knowing that it could be the same person. At that point in time he’s just amazed that he’s performed any magic at all, and as he has never once made an enemy, he just assumes that the spell as gone a little awry.
Hope that helps!
I find http://confusedcatsagainstfeminism.tumblr.com/ a good antidote to Women against feminism.
Hehe, I already follow it, thanks love! And yeah, I totally agree, it’s a fantastic blog!
This is just it. This whole “women against feminism” movement is so entirely selfish. They’re basically saying, “I’m lucky enough to be in a position where I don’t feel like gender equality is an issue, therefore the entire movement is unnecessary for everyone else too.” They completely forget the history of the movement, the massive leaps and bounds it has made within our lifetimes (I mean, it’s only been about 25 years tops since it has been made illegal for a husband to rape his wife here in the UK! Do they really want to go back to that?) and these inequalities still exist in the world.
And to me, while any inequality exists for any woman anywhere, that will be the reason why I need feminism.