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    Chapter Five Stephenie Meyer is my favorite author and the reason I want to be a writer. “To me a story is a story… I don’t even think about where it might belong until long after it’s written,” is a quote from her that inspires me to become a writer. “The most important thing you can do is write for yourself,” is another reason why I write. The most important hobbies to me are reading, writing and singing. I don’t know any famous readers, but my favorite singing artist is Carrie Underwood. She

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    could probably understand them" said Stephenie Meyer. What are Meyer’s reasons for becoming an author? Her early life was fairly easy. The fact that she read so much helped her later on in life. Meyer started writing in 2003 (“Stephenie Meyer”). Stephenie Meyer, now a famous author, has written many successful books, some that have become movies. Meyer has been rewarded for her works as an author also. After taking a look at the life and work of Stephenie Meyer, it is apparent that this writer deserves

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    Stephenie Meyer's Killers

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    Talking about vampires, what comes to people’s mind firstly? Killers. However, the best-seller Twilight Saga series written by Stephenie Meyer has changed people’s traditional bias towards vampires and stirred up frenzy all over the world. The premise is quite interesting: vampires who try not to be vampiric, recognizing that killing humans is wrong. The Cullens are vegetarians among vampires, dedicated to self-control and self-actualization, pursue the virtues of human society and try to live in

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    back further than many people realize. Sprouting from humble origins of fireside lore, vampire fiction has been a mainstay in the literary realm. It is in literature today that we see this ever-popular fragment of popular culture truly blossom in Stephenie Meyer’s hit-novel series, Twilight. In the novels, Meyer’s characters display an incessant whirlwind of complexities involving the rare, seemingly non-existent, romantic bond between vampire and human. Most importantly, she influences American culture

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    and twisted it in every way possible. Meyer describes the Cullen family as “devastatingly, inhumanly beautiful” and “[their faces] painted by an old master as faces of angels” (Meyer, Twilight). In almost every chapter in Meyer’s book she constantly reminds her audience of how perfect and insanely attractive her vampires are, “porcelain skin”, “godlike”, “beautiful”, and “captivating” are some of the reoccurring words Meyer used to describe the vampires (Meyer, Twilight). The Cullen family is extremely

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    amount of similarities. Although similar in aspects, there are still many differences between the classic and modern day vampires. Two highly popular stories, in which we can easily identify similarities and differences, are Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight. The first way in which Twilight can be compared to Dracula, is in the

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    Stephenie Meyer’s best selling novel, Twilight, is a young-adult romance fantasy between a Seventeen-year-old girl named Bella Swan and a one 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

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    I'm in love with a vampire

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    Have you ever imagined a world with supernatural beings, such as vampires, warewolves, and witches? Well, Stephenie Meyer made that sort of supernatural life into a very succesful book series that was eventually made into an even more succesful movie series. The story Twilight which takes place in a small town in Washigton called Forks. The small town of Forks is mostly rainy, and dreary making it the perfect place for vampires to live. When any one thinks of vampires you think a mean, evil looking

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    There are many things in this world that I just don't understand. The absolute first thing on the list is the amount of cynical people who don't believe in an aspect in life that is important to our survival. Some people don't believe in love! What's even worse is the people who don't believe in the concept of teen love, or love at first sight. Love is all around! Everyday, girls are trying to find their prince charming, or knight in shining armor. Everywhere around you, in stories, and in movies

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    critique

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    The Host by Stephenie Meyer is the fifth book she has written. It is also the very first novel that she wrote for an adult audience. The story takes place in a future setting and has the genre of being a science fiction novel. It can also be put into the romance genre because of the creative love story it has. The Host is all about love, betrayal, and the fate of humanity being at stake coming together. In The Host by Stephenie Meyer, I can agree that story was written very well. The details in the

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    In this essay I will apply some concepts of Sigmund Freud in Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. First I will discuss about Oedipus complex,which consists in the son’s desire to possess his mother and to be closely aligned to her.This idea derived from Oedip,who 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

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    A Review of Stephanie Meyer's Novel,Twilight

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    sales from consumers and reviews from critics, plays a role in facilitatiing the book receiving the possession of the best seller title. Word of mouth, author’s reputation and young adult romance contribute to the popularity novel Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. One of the reasons this novel was a best seller was because it was referred by using the word of mouth method. “The book is good and so appealing that people will tell their friends about it” (Glossbrenner 1). The word of mouth method has not

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    The Success of Stephanie Meyer

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    Dawn. Stephanie Meyer, author of the popular saga, majored in English literature at Brigham Young University. After graduating in 1997, Meyer chose to be a stay-at-home mother to her three sons. The concept of the whole saga came to her in a dream one night. When she woke up, she took a pen and paper and documented everything that occurred in her dream. She then based all four novels on that dream because she had a gut feeling that it was going to make a great story. Stephenie Meyer entertains her

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    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).The dream served as the inspiration for the entire Twilight Saga. In the series, Meyer tells about

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    The vampire is an embodiment of society's deepest fears. Throughout literary history, the vampire has always been characterised as a vile figure of pure evil. However the depiction of the vampire is affected by the social, historical and political context of the time. As said context shifts, so does the collective fear of society and the portrayal of the vampire follows suit. Dracula, I Am Legend and Twilight are three extremely popular books of vampire fiction created during vastly different points

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    New Moon

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    New Moon by Stephenie Meyer This book was quite suspenseful. While the series is known as being mainly romantically-based, New Moon contains a great deal of mystery. At the beginning, Bella is unwrapping a present while at the house of her boyfriend (who just so happens to be a vampire). His family is there, too, so when she gets a paper cut on her finger and then falls onto a glass table and slices her arms up, it's a disaster. With all that blood, it definitely seems like the

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    The first book in the Twilight saga as said by the author in the Amazon interview is about finding true love and is conveniently entitled Twilight. Stephenie Meyer was partial to calling it Forks, the name of the little town Bella goes to live. Her name was chosen because Stephenie Meyer would have named her daughter that if she had one. It fit so nicely with Edward. Bella's full name is Isabella Swan. Isabella goes to live in Forks, a little town that really does exist on the map on the Olympic

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    individual in the deepest part of their being; when will they live or die and will they be good or evil. Works Cited Meyer, Stephenie. Breaking Dawn. First ed. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2008 Meyer, Stephenie. Eclipse. First ed. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2007 Meyer, Stephenie. New Moon. First ed. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2008 Meyer, Stephenie. Twilight. First ed. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2005 SparkNotes Editors. “SparkNote on Confessions.” SparkNotes

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    those with a strong theme of love have become a mainstream culture and a household commodity for analysis. The movie twilight was recently adapted from being a novel to a film in the year 2005 under the same title with the original idea from Stephanie Meyer. Through the 17 year old girl’s narration, the movie espouses a love story about a forbidden love (Blasingame et al. 50). The forbidden love is between the two protagonists, Edward and Bella, where their relationship depicts varied interpersonal characteristics

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    Hidden Meanings Behind Titles

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    twilight cam... ... middle of paper ... ...opefully coming soon) Midnight Sun?” Fanpop. Fanpop. n.d. Website. November 19, 2011. Meyer, Stephenie. Breaking dawn. New York. Little, Brown, 2008. Print. Meyer, Stephenie. Eclipse. New York. Little, Brown, 2007. Print. Meyer, Stephenie. New moon. New York. Little, Brown and Co., 2006. Print. Meyer, Stephenie. Twilight. New York. Little, Brown and Co., 2005. Print. The Free Dictionary. “Eclipse.” The Free Dictionary. Farlex. n.d. Website

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