"'No, it won't! I'd rather be factionless than dead!'"(54)
"Outside the air is crisp and cold and the sky is orange from the setting sun"(49)
"He is Divergent. He can fight this simulation. Any simulation."(477)
The Amity boy is so afraid of death that he'd rather be this world's equivalent of homeless than risk his life. This shows one of his early character traits, cowardice. It also makes you question why chose Dauntless. Note: This scene takes place ON the train before they jump
"Marcus shows us his hands. A belt is curled around one of his fists. Slowly he unwinds it from his fingers. 'This is for your own good,'"(329)
Tris is stepping outside after she chose a new faction, Dauntless.
"'Beatrice,' she says, 'under no circumstances should you share this information with anyone. This is very important.'"(22)
The theme is being different isn't always a bad thing. This shows that because it says that the Divergent can break through anything.
Roth, Veronica. Divergent. Katherine Tegen Books, an Imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2012.
Tris is viewing one of Four's (Tobias's) fears. In this fear it shows his dad beating him with a belt and saying that it is for his own good. I included this because it shows later in the series that his dad actually did this, often.
This shows this book's motif of hiding Divergence. They have to do this because they are hunted down and killed or tested on .
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