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    throughout my body was a sense of loneliness; knowing he did not truly exist felt like a ton of bricks crashing down upon me. I now thought of myself as one of the thousand other crazed girls who felt exactly as I did after reading the Twilight Saga. Edward Cullen, how had this character truly impacted me to the point where I felt as a child being told Santa did not exist? Could my heart truly be this crushed by just another made-up fictional character? I could not grasp in my mind the feelings I had. His

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    Is love at first sight possible? Is love and discontent possible at first sight? How can two people that have such discontent for each other fall in love? In the book and film Twilight Bella Swan and Edward Cullen both certainly did. They were drawn to each by curiosity and beauty. Curiosity drew them together, but they did not like each other very much in the beginning. They both ended up having a deep longing to be with one another and could not imagine being apart. In the book and movie

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    Edward’s actions in the movie would distance him from society even if he didn’t have scissors for hands. Edward remains the same throughout the film; he does not overcome his awkwardness or shyness. He has uncommon talent among mediocrity, and his unexpected anger and stubbornness was what ultimately changed people's view of him. It is these traits that will make one an outsider, whether you have scissor hands or flesh and bone. In a suburb where everyone is loud and bursting with new gossip and

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    perfect couple to me as a reader. Throughout the book, the two main characters were Isabella Swan (Bella) and Edward Cullen. As the book began it sets a feeling of displeasure or disgust that Bella seemed to have thought Edward had for her, but as the story went on his feelings were different than she thought. He was definitely obsessed with Bella. In the book “Twilight”, Bella and Edward differ greatly based on experience, stability, and being unshakable. Isabella Swan was born in Forks, Washington

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    killed his father and married his mother. This concept I will apply to Edward Cullen,whose mother died before he became a vampire,because of Spanish influenza.He is tormented by the ideea that she left him so quickly,and Edward Cullen lost his fulcrum and his center of life.He can’t take any sexual relationship with Bella because of this unresolved feelings toward his mother,which were transfered in the vampirehood.Edward Cullen suffers a mother fixation,and that means that he loves her mother so much

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    Forks: A Short Story

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    into her new life in Forks, but something stops her and his name is Edward. He is mysterious and oddly

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    the Cullens. At the middle of Eclipse, Alice foreseen that a newborn army is marching tour the Cullens’ territory, and wanting to murder Bella. The hostile ended after Jacob and Edward notice that they have to collaborate to protect Bella. While the Cullens are planning on their countermove, Bell found out that she fell in love with Jacob, the werewolf, but she did not hesitate to choose which guy she would choose. Eventually, the Cullens and the werewolves

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    The Twilight Saga

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    However, Jacob (her best friend) is a werewolf and Edward (the love of her life) is a vampire. Because Bella is human she faces many risks throughout the “Twilight Saga”. Vampires thirst for her blood and werewolves can easily lose control and injure her. Moreover, not only does Bella allow herself to be in a very dangerous position, she brings two sworn enemies closer than ever before. Both Jacob and Edward love Bella, but her heart is set on Edward who Jacob believes has no soul. In a majority

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    main chick Bella, she’s nice, smart, shy, beautiful, very clumsy, she’s in love with a vampire and her best friends a werewolf. Bella must be a easy person to love because Edward, Jacob and more guys who live in Forks are in love with her. Edward Cullen, he’s Bella’s sweet, handsome, smart, nice, strong vampire who she loves. Edward loves Bella more than anything in the world and shows it by keeping him self under control by not killing her(even if her blood dose sing for him).He would do anything to

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    The Twilight Saga tells the story of a young woman named Bella Swan and her love interest, Edward Cullen. Stephenie Meyer has said that the idea for the Twilight Saga came from a dream she had. In her dream, Meyer had a vision of an unbelievably perfect male being and an average teenage girl (cite). The odd pair, obviously in a state of infatuation with each other, was sitting in a small, round meadow when all of a sudden; the male reveals himself to the young woman as a vampire (Sykley 262)

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    The Knightly Code of Loyalty

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    The Knightly Code of Loyalty is reflected in the modern book Breaking Dawn and the modern movie A Bug's Life. In Breaking Dawn, loyalty is reflected through Jacob Black who remains loyal to his wolf pack, the Cullens, Bella, and his true love, Renesmee. Loyalty is the feeling of devotion one holds for ones country, creed, family, and friends(dictionary.com). It is remaining faithful to what you believe in. In King Arthurs time, the knights followed strict rules of chivalry, honor, bravery

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    Gallipoli Film Analysis

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    The four texts I have chosen to study include: The film Gallipoli (1981) by Peter Weir, The film Titanic (1997) by James Cameron, the short film Dead letters (2006) by Paolo Rotondo and the novel Twilight (2005) by Stephenie Meyer. The theme that friendship and love can be found between the most unlikely people is the connection that intertwines the four texts together. In the film Gallipoli the theme that “friendship and love can be found between the most unlikely people” is shown through the unexpected

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    Twilight Vs Wilson

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    something else. There's always a different path to choose. Bella on the other hand, always a bit of a misfit, doesn't really expect her prefect little life to change much when she moves from sunny ole’ Arizona to rainy Washington. She then meets Edward Cullen, a handsome but mysterious teenage boy

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    Twilight Merchandise

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    the renowned Harry Potter series. Fans all around the world are now screaming the names of Edward Cullen, Jacob Black and Isabella ‘Bella’ Swan. It’s the classic Romeo and Juliet tale of forbidden love except with a gothic twist. Told from the perspective of Bella Swan a 17 year-old who just moved to Forks, Washington, The Twilight Saga is about the romance between Bella and her vampire sweetheart, Edward Cullen that is continuously sabotaged by sadistic and revengeful vampires, an old supercilious

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    I observed how similar the two main characters were yet they were so diverse. They are so diverse in fact that their love for one another is what some may call a forbidden love. Edward Cullen considered an outcast by many was captivated by Bella Swan the new girl in school one a vampire the other a human. The way Edward was drawn to Bella by her scent was the most critical reason their love was not upheld by others. Yet they both were willing to jeopardize everything...

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    hundred-year-old vampire named Edward Cullen. At the beginning of the novel Bella moves to Forks, Washington to live with her father, Charlie, while her mother, Renée, travels with her new husband. On her first day of school she is paired up with Edward Cullen as lab partners. Bella becomes immediately fascinated with his mysterious behavior towards her and starts to notice peculiar things like his eyes changing color or his extremely pale and cold skin. (Meyer, 2005) The turning point for Edward and Bella’s relationship

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    Creatures of the Night

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    relationship with her dad. Both Bella’s parents are divorce and share custody; which is why Bella had to move to Forks. Just like Elena met Stefan, Bella meets Edward Cullen the handsome intriguing 107 year old vampire. In both these Vampire inspired movie and television show there is one common area. LOVE. The difference between Elena/Stefan and Edward/Bella’s romance is Elena, and Stefan are doppelgangers. They are a shadow self “a person who happens to be a supernatural double of a person that has lived

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    To be irrevocably in love with a vampire is both a fantasy and a nightmare woven into a reality for Bella Swan. Pulled in one direction by her passion for Edward Cullen, and in another by her connection to werewolf Jacob Black, she has endured a tumultuous year of temptation, loss and strife to reach the ultimate turning point. Her pending choice, to either join the dark but seductive world of immortals or pursue a fully human life, has become the thread from which the fate of two completely different

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    zoophilia, and necrophilia. Meyer uses Bella Swan as the masochist and Edward Cullen as the sadist. Bella is described as a depressed, somewhat emotionless girl seeking to have her life ended as she constantly wonders “What was so great about mortality?” (New Moon). Edward finds himself to be agonized by the smell of Bella or just being around her, yet he can’t leave because the pain would be even more unbearable. In New Moon, Edward leaves Bella so he won’t put her in any danger, or “eat” her. Bella

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    “I’d rethir doi then stey ewey frum yua.” –Bille tills Edwerd. Twologht os e rumentoc nuvil besid un thi riletounshop uf e gorl nemid Bille Swen end e vempori nemid Edwerd Callin. Thi eathur, Stiphinoi Miyir, besis hir stury un thi lofi uf Bille end huw shi mit end fill on luvi woth Edwerd on thi coty uf Furks, Weshongtun. Stiphinoi Miyir’s onsporetoun fur Twologht cemi tu hir eftir e driem un Jani 2, 2003, thet onvulvid e hamen gorl end e sperklong vempori sottong on e mieduw. Twologht wes pabloshid

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