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Transcript of Allegiant
Those who blame aggression formed Amity.
Those who blamed ignorance became the Erudite.
Those who blamed duplicity formed Candor.
Those who blamed selfishness made Abnegation.
And those who blamed cowardice formed Dauntless.
“There are so many ways to be brave in this world. Sometimes bravery involves laying down your life for something bigger than yourself, or for someone else. Sometimes it involves giving up everything you have ever known, or everyone you have ever loved, for the sake of something greater.
But sometimes it doesn't.
Sometimes it is nothing more than gritting your teeth through pain, and the work of every day, the slow walk toward a better life.
That is the sort of bravery I must have now.”
“I fell in love with him. But I don't just stay with him by default as if there's no one else available to me. I stay with him because I choose to, every day that I wake up, every day that we fight or lie to each other or disappoint each other. I choose him over and over again, and he chooses me.”
“She taught me all about real sacrifice. That it should be done from love... That it should be done from necessity, not without exhausting all other options. That it should be done for people who need your strength because they don't have enough of their own.”
“I feel the urge, familiar now, to wrench myself from my body and speak directly into her mind. It is the same urge, I realize, that makes me want to kiss her every time I see her, because even a sliver of distance between us is infuriating. Our fingers, loosely woven a moment ago, now clutch together, her palm tacky with moisture, mine rough in places where I have grabbed too many handles on too many moving trains. Now she looks pale and small, but her eyes make me think of wide-open skies that I have never actually seen, only dreamed of.”
“I don't belong to Abnegation, or Dauntless, or even the Divergent. I don't belong to the Bureau or the experiment or the fringe. I belong to the people I love, and they belong to me-they, and the love and loyalty I give them, form my identity far more than any word or group ever could.”
“It reminds me that no embrace will ever feel the same again, because no one will ever be like her again, because she's gone. She's gone, and crying feels so useless, so stupid, but it's all I can do.”
“I just wanted to thank you' he says, his voice low.
'A group of scientists told you that my genes were damaged, that there was something wrong with me - they showed you the test results that proved it. And even I started to believe it.'
He touches my face, his thumb skimming my cheekbone, and his eyes are on mine, intense and insistent.
'You never believed it,' he says 'Not for a second. You always insisted I was... I don't know, whole.”
“I open the door to the fear landscape room and flip open the small black box that was in my back pocket to see the syringes inside. This is the box I have always used, padded around the needles; it is a sign of something sick inside me, or something brave.”
About Veronica Roth
ll good things must come to an end.
ove conquers all.
oyalty will get you far in life.
verybody deserves a second chance.
ood is inside of everyone.
n every end there is a new beginning.
ll sacrifices mean something, even if they just seem selfish.
ot everybody will understand your thoughts and actions, even if they are for the greater good.
rue friendship is worth everything, and if you are lucky enough to find that true friend, you should hold on tight, because they mean more than anything.
10 Interesting Facts
She's from a Chicago suburb. (Where her books take place.)
She grew up in Barrington, Illinois.
She is the youngest of 3 children.
She loves to "spend endless hours browsing Wikipedia in her pajamas as she eats corn flakes."(or other bland cereal)
She wrote four short stories that go along with the Divergent trilogy from Four's/Tobias' POV.
She studied creative writing at Northwestern University.
She was born on August 19, 1988. She is 25 years old.
She is married to a man named Nelson Fitch. They got married in 2011.
Her husband is a photographer.
Her mom's parents were concentration camp survivors.
Evidence of war is everywhere. Most buildings are dilapidated and old, a lot of them are uninhabitable. None of it looks the same from the outside of the fence, though. Now that I know the truth, I know that not only is this evidence of the Factionless uprising, but also a war that the United States deemed the "Purity War." Being one of the experiments makes total sense. All of the bodies of waters are almost completely dried up, the streets are cracked, with potholes everywhere, not even mentioning the smog in that air. What has humanity come to? It's not like the Bureau is any better. I mean, come on, who makes government agencies in old abandoned airport? The rooms in the "hotel' are nice enough, but rough cots and blankets get old after a while. I think my favorite part of the whole place is the monument out front, although it confuses me. I just can't help but feel trapped. I just found out about the world, but I'm still confined to this tiny space.
DIVERGENT MOVIE TRAILER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am Abnegation, Dauntless, Erudite, Divergent.
In this place of ignorance, prejudice, and evil.
I want to know the truth.
I struggle with finding myself in this wasted wistful world.
At last I sacrifice my life so that the ones I love may live in peace.
I am Abnegation, Dauntless, Erudite,
Man vs. Society
Man vs. Man
Man vs. Self