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Jackson 1 Blake Jackson Mr. Rietz English II 9 November 2016 Critical Analysis over “Four” After reading “Four” by Veronica Roth there were many literary elements that stood out throughout the book. This book was about one person named Four in a world where everything is divided by 5 factions Candor, Erudite, Abnegation, Dauntless, and Amity. Along with these five factions there are the factionless which play a big part in this book. Three of the main literary elements in this book were its setting, its conflicts, and the theme. Firstly, one of the main literary elements in this book was the setting. This book takes place in a divided city and the main character lives with his father. Four is a part of abnegation at first which is a faction about selflessness and innocence. His father is the council leader and he is abusive towards him and so he joins Dauntless. Dauntless is a faction about bravery and here he learns how to fight and be strong. The setting change here makes the book more interesting and introduces some problems.
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