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Tobias to Tris Prior, in Divergent (movie) Tobias Eaton, more commonly known During the second stage of initiation, Four supervises the initiates as they go no one would know their relationship and accuse him of choosing favorites; Tris. Shailene: One of the reasons I fell in love so deeply with 'Divergent' was the relationship between Tris and Four. It's grounded in truth, respect. Divergent is the debut novel of American novelist Veronica Roth, published by Harper Collins . Along the way, a relationship starts to emerge between Tris and Four, and Tris gets pummeled by Peter in a fight. The final stage of Dauntless initiation gathers all their fears in a single simulation, known as fear landscape.
Initiates are forced to face hallucinations based upon their deepest fears. The simulations act in a hypnotic fashion and initiates forget their situation isn't real. Tris' Divergent abilities enable her to remember that she's facing a simulation, not reality.
Shailene Woodley Talks Tris and Four Relationship
She uses this advantage and wins top rank in the class. Peter, Drew, and Al attack Tris in revenge with a threatened sexual assault and attempt to kill her by throwing her into the chasm at Dauntless headquarters.
Four intervenes and stops it. Later, Al begs for Tris' forgiveness, but she rebuffs him. He later commits suicide by jumping into the chasm where he tried to kill Tris earlier. The final stage of Dauntless initiation gathers all their fears in a single simulation, known as fear landscape. All the initiates, including the Divergents, are aware they are under a simulation and must use the skills they've learned in the previous stages to overcome each obstacle.
Tris' relationship with Four continues to grow as she prepares for the last stage of testing, and he lets her into his own fear landscape. Four has four fears in his landscape, which is an uncommonly low number, hence his nickname. She also learns he is really Marcus' son Tobias, the child of the Abnegation leader the Erudites accused of child abuse. Tris learns that the claims made about Marcus abusing his son were unfortunately true.
Four shares information with Tris that he discovered about Erudite's plans to use Dauntless to stage an attack on Abnegation. Tris successfully overcomes seven fears in her fear landscape. After her test, she and the other Dauntless members are injected with a new "tracking" serum that supposedly activates if someone goes missing. Before the official initiation ceremony, Four invites Tris back to his private apartment, and Tris expresses her feelings for him. The ceremony begins with the post of final rankings and Tris is ranked first.
In the midst of celebrating she suddenly realizes Erudite will use the "tracking" serum to force Dauntless members to carry out their invasion of Abnegation. A junction on the Chicago "L"one of modern Chicago's train systems. Dauntless demonstrate their fearlessness by jumping on and off moving trains throughout the novel.
The night after the ceremony, the serum induces a simulation and all the Dauntless become sleep-walking soldiers under orders to attack the Abnegation compound. The serum doesn't work on Tris or Tobias because they are Divergent. Tris and Tobias try to break away from the pack and escape as they arrive at the Abnegation compound, but Tris is shot and wounded. Tobias refuses to leave her behind and they are captured and brought before Jeanine, the Erudite leader who is the mastermind of the whole attack.
She injects Four with an experimental serum that overrides his Divergence, to control what he can see and hear.
Jeanine directs Tobias back to the Dauntless control room to oversee the attack and sentences Tris to death. Jeanine managed to create a new serum that does work on Tobias, by changing his perception of people and events. Tris wakes up sealed inside a real-life glass tank that fills up with water, but her mother breaks the tank and rescues her. Her mother reveals that she is also Divergent before she is killed helping Tris escape. Tris gets away but is forced to kill Will, who attacks her under the influence of the simulation.
While on the way to get the hard drive with all of the information on it from the control room, Tobias sees Tris and tries to kill her. The only thing that was able to break the effects of the new serum on Tobias was Tris' love and faith in him. She finds her father, Andrew, and Tobias' father, Marcus in a safe house.
Tris tells them the reason for Dauntless' attack on Abnegation. Later, Caleb, Marcus, Andrew, and Tris head to the Dauntless compound to find the source of the simulation and fight their way through to Dauntless headquarters. Tris' father sacrifices himself to clear the way for her to reach the control room. She confronts the mind-controlled Tobias, who attacks her.
Tris realizes she can't bring herself to kill him and surrenders. This causes Tobias to break through the special sight-and-sound-only simulation.
Freed, Tobias helps Tris shut down the Erudite simulation and free the remaining Dauntless from their mind control.
Divergent (novel) - Wikipedia
They rejoin Caleb, Marcus, and Peter, who helped Tris find the control room in exchange for his safety. The group boards a train to the Amity sector to find the rest of the Abnegation survivors. Style[ edit ] Many reviewers stated that the novel's writing style offers a distinctive, terse prose that creates a fast-paced reading experience. Susan Dominus, writing in The New York Times described the style as "brisk pacing, lavish flights of imagination and writing that occasionally startles with fine detail".
Critic Antero Garcia describes the thematic similarity between these dystopian novels as an interest in the "grasp of power between youth and adult authority" and compared the novel to Unwind by Neal Shusterman. Divergent adds a new layer of complexity with its creation of an illusion of democracy for participants in its fractioned society, with the factions controlled by outside forces. If one cannot contribute to society, they are cast aside to become "factionless" and are deprived of access to an identity and resources.
In a journal article, Andrea Burgos-Mascarell compares the factionless to illegal immigrants, as they do not have access to certain public services either. Both are marginalised from society because they are unable to contribute to it. Kirkus Reviews called the social structure a "preposterous premise".
He does stuff like this multiple times during the series. He shakes his head. Because your small, or a girl, or a Stiff. His hand smells like metal. When was the last time he held a gun? My body tenses at the edge in his voice, so I am coiled as tight as a spring, and I forget to breathe. And here we are, supposed to feel that Tobias is so noble and great because he can resist his apparently even worse abusive tendencies.
Sure, its not healthy at all. Sure, its still pretty bad. Tris and Tobias fight. But when they fight, they address issues that have been building up. A few fights are good for a couple. When they are excessive, they stop being so. When they are physical, like in Divergent, they really stop being so.
One of the things I love about Tris as a character is how despite the fact that she is a short, skinny girl who comes from an Abnegation background, she can kick ass and be awesome and it killed me to read the parts where she doubted herself.
Sure, he is usually an asshole about it, but hey!
Divergent – Tobias “Four”
One step at a time. He stops publicly humiliating her. After she revealed the fact that she killed Will, he actually waited a day to confront her about it to wait for a time when they were alone and to cool down and give them both time to reflect on her public reveal.
Less manipulation of Tris.
When he does something wrong, she fucking tells him so. He still bosses her around and makes all the decisions for them. He decided when they would leave Amity when just discussing himself and Tris.
He still yells at her when she does something wrong.