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    As Divergent takes you into a breathtaking adventure you don't want to pause or even take a break to do something else. The city that the book is located in is dark, peculiar, and outside the ordinary. As the different buildings and people are surrounded by walls giving them limited access to the outside there are different factions which are like groups. The factions have different political opinions, opinions, ways of life, and life styles. There are five factions Amity, Candor, Erudite, Abnegation

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    individual, otherwise she puts her life at risk. Tris's aptitude test result was inconclusive, she has the ability to manipulate simulations and throughout the book she shows characteristics from different factions which concludes that she is Divergent. Divergence is to be special in the sense that you differ from the standards and cannot be controlled as with the rest of society. Are you aware of what an aptitude test is? An aptitude test is a test that is mandatory to take once turned sixteen to help clear

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    Tris’ secret is her Divergence which makes her constantly worried that someone will find out, “Fear prickles inside me, in my chest and in my head and in my hands. I feel the word ‘DIVERGENT’ is branded on my forehead, and if he looks at me long enough, he’ll be able to read it.” (Roth 164) In the novel Divergent, by Veronica Roth, the protagonist Tris, knows that being Divergent could mean death. Because of this she continually thinks someone will discover her powerful secret so she chooses only

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    The Road Not Taken:  All the Difference Each person must make many decisions in their lifetime. Some decisions are easy while others are more difficult. The poem "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost is a first person narrative tale of a monumental moment in Frost’s life. Frost is faced between the choice of a moment and a lifetime. Walking down a rural road the narrator encounters a point on his travel that diverges into two separate similar paths. In Robert Frost's poem "The Road Not Taken", Frost

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    Kenneth Pomeranz‘s The Great Divergence tries to examine the classic question of ‘How do we account for the economic divergence between Europe and Asia? He acknowledged that ‘a surge in European technological inventiveness was a necessary condition of the Industrial Revolution’, but stressed on the crucial role of ‘coal and colonies’ and their critical geographic location, in lifting the constraints for sustained growth of per capita income. First the local coal deposits in Europe were closer to

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    Economic divergence in Australia – it is an issue that I feel all Australians should be aware of and deal with, because if the gap is not bridged, then Australia's economic prosperity and social fabric will be under serious threat. Evidence of this divide is seen with the differences in unemployment rates and household income between the urban and rural regions. Australia's economy has sent inner-city employment levels through the roof - thousands of millionaires created each year by exploding real

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    initiation for her faction and will become factionless which is similar to being homeless but on a more severe level. More pressure is placed on her when the aptitude test gives her a possibility to be three of the five factions. The test proves her divergence endangering her life unless she can keep it a secret from everyone else. However, it also gives her the opportunity to either stay with her current faction or leave ... ... middle of paper ... ...d by mind controlled soldiers. As they hide Tris

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    A selective Annotated Bibliography on Convergence and Divergence Theodore Levitt (1983). “The Globalization of Markets.” Harvard business review pg 92-102 The author asserts in this journal to understand the two vectors shape the world – technology and globalization. The first helps determine human preferences, the second, economic realities. The global companies systematically push these vectors toward their own convergence, offering everyone simultaneously high-quality, more or less standardized

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    How to Collimate Your Newtonian Reflector by Vincent S. Foster Before you can observe with a Newtonian reflector telescope, you need to align or collimate its optical parts. The goal of collimation is to insure that both the primary and secondary mirrors as well as the eyepiece are correctly lined up to give clear, sharp views. You might think that collimation begins with the primary mirror because it is the most important part of the optical system. Curiously enough, it does not. Collimation is

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    In Kenneth Pomeranz' book titled, “The Great Divergence”, he explains how parts of the 'New World' became the centre of the globe, and overcame the constraints that limited the development of capitalism and modern industry. Referring to the Core Econ material, this question can be rephrased as “what made the hockey stick kick off?” Certain parts of the Old World, namely China, Japan and Europe, were similar several aspects, including development, biological stress on land, and growth rate of population

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