Analysis Of The Book Divergent, By Veronica Roth

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Introduction The book, DIvergent, by Veronica Roth is a great book about a girl named Beatrice that has to go through many challenges. Beatrice finds out she has a problem and has the potential of being killed because of it. She then needs to make a decision of what she will try to be when she grows up. Will she choose Dauntless, Amity, Erudite Candor, or Abnegation. This choice will change her life forever. This literary analysis will show the character relationships that Beatrice goes through, the setting impact that affects the characters, the theme that covers the story of Beatrice and her problem, and author’s craft that makes the story great and unique. Character Relationship While reading Divergent by Veronica Roth, the author did a great job with character relationship, it was really visible. Beatrice the main character has a relationship with Tobias (four). This relation went further than I expected to hugging then kissing. This relationship might not have happened if Beatrice wasn’t very brave and smart. In one part of the book the dauntless members played capture the flag in Chicago. The object was to find where the other team was and find their flag. Beatrice used her smarts and got an idea to climb up a ferris wheel to find where the other team is. Beatrice starts climbing up the ferris wheel, but gets interrupted by four. “I came to find out what you think you’re doing” (Roth 142). Beatrice responded, “I’m seeking higher ground” (Roth 142). So Beatrice

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