Veronica Roth Writing Styles in Insurgent

Veronica Roth
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Point of View

“Insurgent” by Veronica Roth is written from the first person point of view, through the eyes of the main character, Beatrice “Tris” Prior, as well as Tobias (Four) Eaton. The use of first person in the story works well in that the reader is able to understand the modern world in which this society operates. The viewpoints are shifted by chapter header so that the reader understands whose viewpoint is being expressed at the time.

The reader is taken on a journey with Tris and Tobias and is enabled to see inside their minds as they make their way through a complicated case murder, betrayal, and the confusing state of a government that is going awry.

The use of first person makes the story seem slightly less fantastic to the point that the reader can grasp what the future might be like if the system...

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