New PDF release: A New Dawn: Your Favorite Authors on Stephenie Meyer's
By Ellen Hopkins
Enthusiasts of the literary phenomenon often called the Twilight sequence can’t aid short of extra. a brand new sunrise offers it to them, inviting readers to affix a few of their favourite YA authors as they give the impression of being on the sequence with clean eyes and fall in love with Edward, Bella and the remainder of Forks, Wash., far and wide again.
Edited by means of bestselling writer Ellen Hopkins, a brand new sunrise is jam-packed with an analogous debates readers interact in with pals: may still Bella have selected Edward or Jacob? How a lot keep an eye on do Meyer’s vampires and werewolves quite have over their very own lives? the gathering additionally is going additional: Is Edward a romantic or a (really sizzling) sociopath? How do the Quileute werewolves evaluate to different local American wolf myths? What does the Twilight sequence have in universal with Shakespeare? With contributions from Megan McCafferty, Cassandra Clare, Rachel Caine and lots of extra, a brand new sunrise solutions those questions and extra for a teenager (and adult!) viewers hungry for smart, view-changing observation on...
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Okay, he does have a few things in common with more classic bloodsuckers like Anne Rice’s Lestat. He’s cultured. Insanely alluring. Downright dazzlingly sexy. Drop-dead gorgeous, in fact. (Sorry, couldn’t help the double entendre, and you’ll find more in this book. ) But what makes Edward so damn addictive is not his undeadness. It’s his abiding humanity. Okay, confession. I was at first dumbfounded by the success of Twilight and its sequels, Eclipse, New Moon, and Breaking Dawn. Oh, I’ve always understood the lure of the vampire.
By experiencing these emotions through the action on stage (or on the page, once mass-market publishing came along), we learn about ourselves and our place in the universe. We feel pity (or sympathy) for the classic hero, because even though his actions may lead to his fate, he generally doesn’t deserve what he gets (hence the word “tragic”). The hero learns through his suffering, and because we sympathize with him, we learn, too. For example, Gloucester in King Lear loses his eyes because he did not see his sons’ treachery until too late.
Either way, he would have what he most desires—Bella, by his side, forever—but Edward makes a noble decision. He takes away the fire and danger in Bella’s blood, eases her pain, and removes the infection instead of allowing the transition to claim her. In Breaking Dawn, he allows Bella her human honeymoon, even though this choice denies him pleasure, and he would have allowed her to stay human even longer, had the pregnancy not occurred. When Bella chastises Edward for not allowing her to become a vampire, he reminds her of the humans she would lose, like her mother and father.
A New Dawn: Your Favorite Authors on Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Series. Completely Unauthorized by Ellen Hopkins