Veronica Roth Writing Styles in Allegiant

Veronica Roth
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Point of View

Allegiant is told from alternating points of view; first Tris, then Tobias. Interesting to note is that in the first books, Tobias is referred to in the chapter headings as Four, which is his Dauntless name. Later, when Tris discovers his identity and gets to know him, he is no longer Four, but Tobias. This alternating points of view gives an interesting view to the reader on many events that take place. It is very obvious that often times both Tris and Tobias' motives are different, assumptions are completely off base, and that until they fully communicate with one another, there is tension between them. This is told in first person, however, so the reader is given insight into Tris and Tobias's inner thoughts.

Language and Meaning

The language is geared for 9th grade (U.S.) and higher as some of the vocabulary and concepts...

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