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Beatrice "Tris" Prior

Anger Management(Spoilers everywhere. Read with caution.)Do you think revolutionaries ever get up in the morning and complain, "Another revolution? Can't I just sleep in for once?"Tris finds hersel...

Tobias "Four" Eaton

Damaged GoodsTobias experiences identity crisis after identity crisis in Allegiant. We've lost count of how many crises (crisiseses?) he faces in the book. He finds out he's not Divergent. He finds...

Christina

Last One StandingEarly in the novel, Christina says, "I didn't really want to bring this up, but I can't stop thinking […] that of the ten transfer initiates we started with, only six are still a...

Cara

Follow Your Mind… Your EruditionWe can put Cara into the "identity crisis" group of characters populating this novel. Her crisis is a little different from Tris's or Tobias's, though. Cara is mai...

Evelyn Johnson

The Power of MotherWe don't see Tobias's mommy dearest, Evelyn, too much in Allegiant, but her actions are hugely influential on the course of events, and on Tobias himself.The events of Insurgent...

Caleb

It Was All Yellow Caleb finds himself in a similar situation to Tobias in Allegiant. He betrayed Tris and almost got her killed, just as Tobias betrays Tris and ends up getting Uriah killed. Poor C...

Uriah

Uriah in a Heap Poor Uriah. He's so excited to leave the city and explore the world, optimistically thinking, "There has to be something else" (7.25), just like a Dickensian urchin finally leaving...

Peter Hayes

Eternal Sunshine of Peter's MindPeter was a more prominent player in the penultimate part of the Divergent trilogy. In Allegiant, however, he appears sad and defeated all the time. He's conflicted...

Marcus Eaton

Exile on Lame StreetWe can think of one word to describe Marcus in this book: powerless. Seriously, he basically has no power whatsoever. He's exiled early on (less for being a dirty traitor and mo...

The Bureau of Genetic Welfare

Private Eyes Are Watching Your Every Move The fine ladies and gentlemen in Bureau of Genetic Welfare turn out to be the puppet masters of the Chicago experiment. All those cameras are connected to...
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