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Unfortunately, it's unrealistic. In our world today, one can try to be these things, but they will be hindered noticeably by the tyrants in this world. The author of Divergent brings out these things immediately for you to contemplate on, for you to dig in and never let go. What do these things all represent? Morality. And what is the standard for morality? God. Who else? Tris Prior is a Christian in these books, or at least her parents were... Gives you something to think about in your free time.
Could be a decent idea, since the system cannot really control divergents, I think it would be possible
The way I understood the book, the test would determine which characteristic you exhibited most out of all of them. You are considered Divergent if more than one characteristic is dominant.
I would consider the people in my life to be Divergent, I believe that is what makes up their personalities, and makes each person unique. I also think that a persons experiences help build there character, which in the book would help decide their faction.
Overall, I feel like Veronica Roth stripped away pieces of the human personality to form the factions, and it isn't really displayed in the books.
Does this bother me? No I LOVE Fiction novels, and found that it was still very easy to immerse myself in this story line.
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