History Literature / Twilight

4th Dec '16 9:01:32 AM timtom15
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* FranchiseDrivenRetitling: Following Twilight, the film adaptations of the New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn all carried the supertitle The Twilight Saga.
24th Jun '16 3:10:32 PM hikaslap
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A series of young adult ParanormalRomance novels by Creator/StephenieMeyer, and the title of the first book. It is about a girl named Bella Swan who, after moving to Forks, Washington to live with her father, falls in love with Edward Cullen, a mysterious boy in her science class. However, Edward turns out to be a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]] [[YourVampiresSuck who]] [[BishieSparkle sparkles]]. Bella is, for some reason, a really special girl, as Edward is

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A series of young adult ParanormalRomance novels by Creator/StephenieMeyer, and the title of the first book. It is about a girl named book.

High school student
Bella Swan who, after moving moves to Forks, Washington to live with her father, father. There she meets and almost instantly falls in love with Edward Cullen, a beautiful, mysterious boy in her science class. However, Edward turns out class, soon revealed to be a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]] [[YourVampiresSuck who]] [[BishieSparkle sparkles]]. Bella is, sparkles]].

Bella, meanwhile, turns out to be a very special girl
for Edward. For some reason, a really special girl, as Edward isis



#totally hot for her blood

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#totally hot #unusually thirsty for her blood



So, Edward wants to form a relationship with Bella while [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything resisting the urge to suck her dry]]. Things get complicated in the second book when Bella's childhood friend Jacob, who also has the hots for her, reveals himself to be a shirtless werewolf. [[LoveTriangle Which one will Bella choose?]]

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So,
So
Edward wants to form a relationship with Bella while [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything resisting the urge to suck her dry]]. Things get complicated in dry, as well as protecting her from all the second book when antagonists that crop up in each novel. Other important characters are Edward's vampire family (called a coven in-series) and Bella's childhood friend Jacob, who also has the hots for her, reveals himself to be becomes a shirtless werewolf. [[LoveTriangle Which one will Bella choose?]]
werewolf.
24th Jun '16 10:18:55 AM hikaslap
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A series of young adult ParanormalRomance novels by Creator/StephenieMeyer, and the title of the first book. It is about a girl named Bella Swan who, after moving to Forks, Washington to live with her father, falls in love with Edward Cullen, a mysterious boy in her science class. However, Edward turns out to be a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]] [[YourVampiresSuck who]] [[BishieSparkle sparkles]]. Bella is, [[InformedAttribute apparently]], a really special girl, and Edward is

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A series of young adult ParanormalRomance novels by Creator/StephenieMeyer, and the title of the first book. It is about a girl named Bella Swan who, after moving to Forks, Washington to live with her father, falls in love with Edward Cullen, a mysterious boy in her science class. However, Edward turns out to be a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]] [[YourVampiresSuck who]] who]] [[BishieSparkle sparkles]]. Bella is, [[InformedAttribute apparently]], for some reason, a really special girl, and as Edward is
7th Jun '16 7:04:11 PM rjd1922
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Summit Entertainment was then purchased by Creator/LionsGate, whose CEO has expressed interest in continuing the ''Twilight'' saga beyond ''Breaking Dawn'' as either a film series or a television series. See [[http://www.thedeadbolt.com/1003024512-the-twilight-saga-may-survive-beyond-breaking-dawn.html here]]. However a majority of its readers and viewers believe it would kill the franchise as they believe if they are to be more ''Twilight'' movies then the studios should base their movies on the book spinoffs.

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Summit Entertainment was then purchased by Creator/LionsGate, Creator/{{Lionsgate}}, whose CEO has expressed interest in continuing the ''Twilight'' saga beyond ''Breaking Dawn'' as either a film series or a television series. See [[http://www.thedeadbolt.com/1003024512-the-twilight-saga-may-survive-beyond-breaking-dawn.html here]]. However However, a majority of its readers and viewers believe it would kill the franchise as they believe if they there are to be more ''Twilight'' movies movies, then the studios should base their movies on the book spinoffs.
3rd Jun '16 4:08:48 PM MagBas
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--->"Beau was born in 1987. It was a rare thing for a father to get primary custody of a child in those days even more so when the child was just a baby," wrote Meyer in the foreword. "Most likely, [[UnfortunateImplications the mother would have had to be proven unfit in some way.]]"

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--->"Beau was born in 1987. It was a rare thing for a father to get primary custody of a child in those days even more so when the child was just a baby," wrote Meyer in the foreword. "Most likely, [[UnfortunateImplications the mother would have had to be proven unfit in some way.]]""



* WishFulfillment: Reading the book, and Meyer's statements in interviews, shows that the ''Twilight'' books are nothing but this. Ranging from the popularity in highschool, to Edward's personality, including the admittance that Bella is 'the daughter she wanted, but never had' and that Renesmee is how she wanted child-raising to be like. [[UnfortunateImplications Ouch, mom]]!

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* WishFulfillment: Reading the book, and Meyer's statements in interviews, shows that the ''Twilight'' books are nothing but this. Ranging from the popularity in highschool, to Edward's personality, including the admittance that Bella is 'the daughter she wanted, but never had' and that Renesmee is how she wanted child-raising to be like. [[UnfortunateImplications Ouch, mom]]!
26th May '16 5:23:23 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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[[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement This is a fairly controversial book]], with both a massive and passionate FanDom and a massive and passionate HateDom, and a FandomRivalry against [[FriendlyFandoms the combined fans of]] ''HarryPotter'' and ''TheHungerGames'', so be careful!

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[[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement This is a [[{{Understatement}} fairly controversial book]], controversial]] book, with both a massive and passionate FanDom and {{Fandom}}, a massive and passionate HateDom, {{Hatedom}}, and a FandomRivalry against [[FriendlyFandoms the combined fans of]] ''HarryPotter'' and ''TheHungerGames'', so [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement be careful!
careful]]!
26th May '16 12:13:39 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Most of the book's female antagonists are blonde, whereas the brunettes tend to be portrayed more favorably. WordOfGod says this wasn't intentional, but Meyer has admitted several unpleasant people in her life were blonde, and it might have unconsciously informed her writing.
20th May '16 6:17:16 PM Evighet
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** The whole birthing process of the vampire/human hybrids. The hybrid baby ''always'' kills its mother at birth yet it is unable to look after itself when it is newborn. Unless there is a vampire around to turn the dying mother or a caring relative standing by to look after the hybrid it will die shortly after birth from starvation, exposure, thirst, predatory animals or anything else it requires assistance with or protection from. A species simply cannot function if it always kills it mother at birth unless it's a species that is entirely self-reliant from the first moments of life. Thus the violent birthing process is in direct violation of the laws of nature, science and biology.
18th Apr '16 11:23:28 PM MasoTey
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* RoaringRampageOfRomance: Bella and Edward start a war and cause all sorts of chaos and mayhem, including hurting each other, in their quest to be together.
17th Apr '16 8:34:32 AM Berrenta
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** Jacob's chapters in ''Breaking Dawn'' have chapter titles like ''You Know You've Got Problems When You Feel Bad For Being Rude To Vampires'', ''Good Thing I've Got A Strong Stomach'', ''[[GetOnWithItAlready Waiting For The Damn Fight To Start Already]]'', ''What Do I Look Like? The Wizard Of Oz? You Need A Brain? You Need A Heart? Go Ahead. Take Mine. Take Everything I Have.'' This is opposed to the one-word titles Meyer usually uses.

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** Jacob's chapters in ''Breaking Dawn'' have chapter titles like ''You Know You've Got Problems When You Feel Bad For Being Rude To Vampires'', ''Good Thing I've Got A Strong Stomach'', ''[[GetOnWithItAlready Waiting ''Waiting For The Damn Fight To Start Already]]'', Already'', ''What Do I Look Like? The Wizard Of Oz? You Need A Brain? You Need A Heart? Go Ahead. Take Mine. Take Everything I Have.'' This is opposed to the one-word titles Meyer usually uses.
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