History Literature / Twilight

19th Jun '18 2:59:50 PM Wynauttica
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Bella, meanwhile, turns out to be a very special girl for Edward. For some reason, Edward is

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Bella, meanwhile, turns out to be a very special girl for Edward. For some reason, Edward is
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16th Jun '18 12:03:52 PM Malady
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* HornyDevils: The Denali sisters, formerly—they are even said to have inadvertently founded the succubus myth in-universe.

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The Denali sisters, formerly—they are even said to have inadvertently founded the succubus myth in-universe.InUniverse.



* MisaimedFandom: {{In-universe}}; Bella's ''RomeoAndJuliet'' comparisons, which indicate that she has not actually understood the play... [[FridgeLogic Just like a large number of teen girls]].

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* MisaimedFandom: {{In-universe}}; InUniverse; Bella's ''RomeoAndJuliet'' ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' comparisons, which indicate that she has not actually understood the play... [[FridgeLogic Just like a large number of teen girls]].
27th Apr '18 6:16:24 PM Malady
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* UndeadChild:
** ''Breaking Dawn'': Renesmee is apparently [[{{Dhampyr}} half-vampire]], and [[YoungerThanTheyLook aged to 17 in 7 years]].
** The Volturi have also declared it illegal for any vampire to turn a child because vampire children lack the proper maturity level to do their part in maintaining TheMasquerade and will never gain said maturity level due to being permanently stuck as children and thus, they inevitably threaten to expose the existence of vampires to the mostly unaware human population. The confrontation between the Cullens and the Volturi at the end of ''Breaking Dawn'' is prompted by another character mistakenly identifying Renesmee as one of these and subsequently reporting the Cullens to the Volturi for turning her.
** Twilight has also Jane and Alec, the youngest and smaller vampires of the series, twins turned at around age twelve by Aro Volturi. (Exact ages for what constitutes as an Immortal Child was never explicitly stated. It is assumed that if the child in question is able to follow the laws set by Volturi, then they will be allowed to continue their existence.)



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20th Apr '18 7:45:05 AM naturalironist
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A series of young adult ParanormalRomance novels by Creator/StephenieMeyer, and the title of the first book.

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A series [[MultiVolumeWork series]] of young adult ParanormalRomance novels by Creator/StephenieMeyer, and the title of the first book.
12th Apr '18 12:11:05 PM lalalei2001
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The series currently consists of four books (''Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn''). Creator/StephenieMeyer had plans to make a [=POVquel=] called ''Literature/MidnightSun'', which is the plot of Twilight (nearly word-for-word) told through Edward's point of view. Then, leaked copies of the rough draft were released. Meyer has halted the publication until she gets through her [[CreatorBreakdown reaction]] over the event, saying "If I tried to write ''Literature/MidnightSun'' now, in my current frame of mind, James would probably win and all the Cullens would die." Depending on whether you're a fan or not, that may either horrify or excite you. She now has written a 200 page "novella" called [[http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/mar/30/stephenie-meyer-new-twilight-novella The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner]], which came out on June 5, 2010. A guide has been announced as well, planning to be released on April 12th (after being pushed back to another date multiple times). In 2015, for the 10th anniversary of the series, Stephenie Meyer decided to write a genderswapped version of the first book featuring Beau Swan and Edythe Cullen titled [[Literature/LifeAndDeathTwilightReimagined Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined]].

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The series currently consists of four books (''Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn''). Creator/StephenieMeyer had plans to make a [=POVquel=] called ''Literature/MidnightSun'', which is the plot of Twilight (nearly word-for-word) told through Edward's point of view. Then, leaked copies of the rough draft were released. Meyer has halted the publication until she gets through her [[CreatorBreakdown reaction]] over the event, saying "If I tried to write ''Literature/MidnightSun'' now, in my current frame of mind, James would probably win and all the Cullens would die." Depending on whether you're a fan or not, that may either horrify or excite you. She now has written a 200 page "novella" called [[http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/mar/30/stephenie-meyer-new-twilight-novella The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner]], which came out on June 5, 2010. A guide has been announced as well, planning to be released on April 12th (after being pushed back to another date multiple times). In 2015, for the 10th anniversary of the series, Stephenie Meyer decided to write a genderswapped gender-swapped version of the first book featuring Beau Swan and Edythe Cullen titled [[Literature/LifeAndDeathTwilightReimagined Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined]].



!!These books contain examples of:

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* ActionizedAdaptation: The films tend to have a lot more action; in Eclipse, we actually see the fight between the protagonists and the newborn vampire army (which was only mentioned in the book itself) and particularly in Breaking Dawn Part 2, where the film's climax includes a long battle scene (in the book, despite a fight being built-up to for much of the third act, the characters actually just stood around and talked). Ultimately, the fight [[spoiler:did turn out to be AllJustADream]], but we still see it happen.
6th Mar '18 3:32:53 PM fruitstripegum
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** As well as many ignoring or rewriting events from the final book so the author's favorite pairing(s) can be together]]

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** As well as many ignoring or rewriting events from the final book so the author's favorite pairing(s) can be together]]together.
27th Feb '18 1:11:42 PM RicPot
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* ManChild:
** Edward Cullen is over 100 years old, a virgin, and decides to start a relationship with a human whose blood [[SupernaturallyDeliciousAndNutritious smells sweet]] to him & his presence puts her in constant danger. He gets better, although she gets MUCH worse

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ManOfSteelWomanOfKleenex: Along with morality concerns, this is why Edward Cullen is over 100 years old, a virgin, and decides reluctant to start a relationship have sex with a human whose blood [[SupernaturallyDeliciousAndNutritious smells sweet]] to him & his presence puts her in constant danger. He gets better, although she gets MUCH worseBella.
5th Feb '18 9:37:10 PM Hommeng
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* HarmfulHealing: In ''Eclipse'', when Jacob's ribs get broken, the others have to keep re-breaking them because they keep healing incorrectly.
5th Feb '18 2:17:05 PM rjd1922
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* DreamingTheTruth: Used in Twilight, ''New Moon'', and ''Breaking Dawn''.

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* DreamingTheTruth: Used in Twilight, ''Twilight'', ''New Moon'', and ''Breaking Dawn''.
2nd Feb '18 9:10:22 AM smskinner
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**It doesn't seem completely out of context. It's the verse in Genesis describing God's command not to eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, often held up as the Ur-example of temptation and the origin of the phrase "forbidden fruit" altogether. Temptation and the desire to resist it was one of the major themes of the first novel.
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