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In the book and movie Twilight, Bella was a girl who moved from hot sunny Arizona to basically a dark and rainy place called Forks Washington. She moved there because her mother and her mother’s new husband went on the road for a while. She didn’t like forks, in fact she hated it. But she moved there none the less allowing her mother to have time alone with her new husband. She moved with her father to Forks whose name was Charlie. She hadn’t gone to Forks for a visit since she was 14.
The first time she saw Edward Cullen was in the cafeteria at school. He had reddish brown hair. He was beautiful and perfect. He had two “foster” sisters and two “foster” brothers as well who were perfect She couldn’t help to look at him more than once but did not want to appear that she was starring. He looked at her with somewhat of a smile on his face and then with a look of curiosity. The second time she saw Edward was quite different.
It was biology class when Bella saw Edward next. She was seated next to him by the teacher. Edward looked at her with hostility and anger. He continued to stare at her the entire length of the class. His eyes were black. He appeared as though something smelled bad so Bella discreetly sniffed herself thinking perhaps she smelled badly. Feeling uncomfortable, she hid behind her hair trying not to look at him for the remainder of the class. Before class was over she looked at him one last time. His eyes were full of revulsion as if he literally wanted to kill her.
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The book and the movie Twilight goes on to tell that Edward Cullen is a vampire who is angry and frustrated because he can’t read Bella’s mind. He was able to read everyone else’s except hers. He had a thirst for her blood but controlled himself from killing her because he cares for her. He became very protective of Bella and followed her to Port Angeles where he saved her from being raped by four guys.
Eventually Edward let go of his instinct to stay away from Bella or rather his instinct that Bella should stay away from him. They became close friends, but really more than friends. They became attracted to everything about each other. Their very souls were attracted to each other.
The biggest difference between the book and the movie was the ending. The book ended with Bella lying on the floor bleeding. She had fallen into a glass table and then the Cullen family was staring at her as if they were going to eat her. The book only says that Edward attempted to fight one of them off at the beginning and leaves the reader to make up their own mind in regards to what would happen to Bella next. At the end of the movie Bella and Edward are happy and a bad vampire is shown coming down the stairs of a house, as if to leave the audience thinking that there will be another Twilight movie.
Edward was put in a position of literally saving Bella’s life or taking her life by drinking her blood. Bella was bitten by another vampire and needed Edward to suck the poison out of her. He began wanting to just save her but as he tasted her blood he could not resist the temptation as he was a “vegetarian” vampire. This meant that he only drank the blood of animals. He chose to save her though in the end because he loved her, he did not want to kill her. It took a lot of strength not to kill her because as a vampire he craved the taste of blood. To a mortal who was not a vegetarian it would be like never eating a steak again. A person would just be left with that craving and desire all the time.
Edwards love for Bella was so great that he did not want to make her into the monster that he thought he was; a vampire. Bella’s love for Edward was so great that she was willing to become a vampire so that she could spend the rest of her life with him and not die as a mortal. They had a deep longing for each other and could not be separated.