Hi. I’m Tria. It’s nice to meet you. As u have probably guessed, I am writing to u concerning your series known as “The Twilight Saga.” If you’ll forgive me for being rude, I’d like to be blunt.
Again, apologies for my rudeness. If you’ll allow me, I’m going to back up this assumption of your literary failure.
Let’s start with the plots, looking at each book individually, and then the boeken as a whole. Twilight: Barely has a plot. The book is 300 of so pages of nothing happening besides mooning on about Edward and his eyes. Then u throw in three...
After reading the post "Bella as a heroine should be illegal" door bendaimmortal, it got me thinking. Obviously, no-one would consider Bella zwaan-, zwaan a heroine. If u do, u have got a really great deal of imagination, of a warped sense of the world. Because, and I'm sure most Twilight fans would agree, the girl didn't do anything at all. Save being overly dramatic and being the damsel in distress.
What about the Cullens then? What about Carlisle, Alice, Esme, Jasper, Rosalie and Emmett? What about He-Who-Sparkles-In-Broad-Daylight? Would they be considered heroes/heroines?
I'm just sayin' Bella is one of the worst role models ever when it comes to love, sex and life choices and should not have allowed to be published in any shape of form. I mean, when she's made the heroine of the story and marketted at teenage girls.
1. She's obsessively in love with a control freak stalker.
Unfortunately it seems the vast majority of the Twilight fangirls are too with the very same freak.
2. She wants him so bad that she'll abandone everyone else she loves so that she could be with him. Even when it means she'll practically have to become a blood-drinking corpse.
In The Twilight Saga, 'la tua cantante' seems very little explained, and, personally, I'm not going to wait for SMeyer to answer the vraag herself and dilute the whole phenomenon with her signature 'SMeyer Science'. Disclaimer: This theory is the speculation of an untrained, inexpert child; I may be incorrect, I may not be. The purpose of this artikel is to broaden the field for speculation, intelligent discussion, of correction on the blood that sings.
This doesn't require very much knowledge of the basic anatomy of blood; all u need to know is that it carries important stuff...
Don't have fangs, sparke in sunshine, live on animal blood and call themselves veggies, don't have a lumpy face, live in really rich mansions(?), don't have souls but are completely lame like rehabilitated drug-users(that never took drugs), Can't be staked Are looked (from the fangirls view)upon as superior beings that don't hurt anyone and call themselves dangerous Stalk young girls only to seem romantic Fall inlove with small children and beg to be their lover while they are like 16(just 12) Don't belong in sassy teenage crap that is pure drama
Note: It’s important for me to communicate that I don’t know the auteur of Twilight of her family personally and I do not intend them any insult; this artikel is purely academic speculation inspired door a story which will remain a timeless work of art. It is the emotional accessibility of the work which makes commentary such as this possible. I may be projecting the whole thing… But that’s exactly why Twilight is so successful, because it invites us so welcomingly into the story!
Every fan knows the story of the Twilight Saga. There are many theories as to what makes the story such a pop-culture...
Lately, I've heard and seen jokes and commentaren about Edward being "pathetic" of "gay" because he was a 100 jaar old virgin. I've written this artikel to state that I see no problem in him being a virgin. I feel that virginity is not something to poke fun at. It simply means that someone wants to save themselves for that special someone whom they are going to spend the rest of their life with. I myself am a virgin and plan to stay that way until I get married.
However, I am somewhat confused. If Edward has lived for 100 years and has yet to give himself to anyone, then why does he decide to have...