It was originally published in hardcover in It is the first book of the Twilight series, and introduces seventeen-year-old Isabella "Bella" Swan who moves from Phoenix, Arizona, to Forks, Washington, and finds her life in danger when she falls in love with a vampire, Edward Cullen.
An example of the first category is the Harry Potter series or the in famous Game of Thrones; the best illustration for the second category is the Twilight series. Originally, a saga was a story about the heroic, or at least somehow significant, deeds of viking war chiefs, jarls, or Scandinavian mythical heroes such as Beowulf; nowadays, this word is most often used to characterize a novel that contains elements of an epic.
By all means, J. What epicness is there in a lovey-dovey story about a relationship between a schoolgirl and a vampire? Obviously none, neither in the novel, nor in the movies—it is simply a marketing turn aimed at making the source look like something more worthwhile than it is.
This does not matter much, however. What is more important for a critical review is observing the plot, the characters, and the style of the source. In the case of Twilight, all of them are poorly constructed. The plot revolves around Bella Swan, an American schoolgirl, and a year-old vampire named Edward Cullen.
Later, another main character comes in: Jacob Black, a werewolf. The storyline of the entire saga can be described in a couple of sentences. Bella meets Edward and falls in love with him; later, she learns he is a vampire, but this does not stop her, and only seems to make her even more attached to him.
He falls in love with her too. Depressed, Bella switches to Jacob, who is a werewolf. Jacob and his clan protect Bella from Victoria, a girlfriend of James from the first book.
Edward thinks Bella died, and wants to commit suicide, but then Bella appears and stops him. Bella and Edward reunite. In the third book, Victoria gathers an army of vampires still, to avenge her boyfriend?
In the end, Victoria is defeated by the joint effort of werewolves and vampires, and Bella marries Edward. The vampire clan decides to let their hybrid child live, the end. This is ridiculous, considering four published books, some sort of online encyclopedia, and movies.
The weakness of the plot is fueled by the idiocy of the main characters all characters, actually. The first and foremost question: Theoretically, people get wiser when they get older, although reality proves it is not necessarily so.
I would understand if Edward treated Bella as an adopted daughter, at least. There is a special word for adult men having romantic and sexual relationships with teen girls.
But a true, clean, and romantic love?
Also, why would Bella not feel scared of knowing people who suck blood, or who can turn into savage beasts? What kind of weird taste or fetish is that? And it is not only Bella and Edward acting weird—Jacob, Victoria, the vampire clans, and other folks appearing in Twilight seem to have little-to-no common sense, reason, or logic.
As for the style Twilight is written in, it is hard to say anything.Twilight study guide contains a biography of Stephenie Meyer, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis of Twilight.
About Twilight Twilight Summary. Stephenie Meyer's Twilight. Twilight is the first book of Stephenie Meyer's book series of the same name, as well as Meyer's debut novel.
It was published in October Published: Mon, 5 Dec Twilight is a book that talks about a seventeen year-old girl, Bella Swan that lived with her mother Renee but soon she moved to live with her father, Chief Charlie Swan.
Twilight is the first book in a YA fantasy series by Stephenie Meyer. The book follows the life of Bella Swan and her vampire boyfriend Edward Cullen in Forks, Washington. Twilight is a popular book in today’s society that reflects the values and the attitudes of our culture through the characters that could tell students in the future about our society.
One value present in Twilight is this idea that love is capable of changing who a person is and sometimes for better and sometimes for worse. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UK Essays.
Published: Mon, 5 Dec Twilight is a book that talks about a seventeen year-old girl, Bella Swan that lived with her mother Renee but soon she moved to live with her father, Chief Charlie Swan.