Based on a work at thewasofshall. Originally published in May as an end-of-semester term paper. Can you tell that I was a fangirl? In the meadow scene from Twilight , Edward Cullen is trying to explain himself to Bella Swan — explain why he, as a vampire, is dangerous to Bella while she retains her mortality. While there are specific traits Edward possesses that separate him from other leading men of literature, television, and film, it is the traits that he shares with these other men that give his potent attractiveness root. Almost subconsciously, women are drawn to three general stereotypes: the standoffish, cool and uncaring bad boy, perfected by James Dean; the caring, compassionate, and intellectual equal, embodied by the nineteenth-century gentleman; and, the aggressive and highly sexual predator as seen in such characters like Patrick Bateman.
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And it was only Tuesday! I stood, wiped my mouth with my sleeve and walked to the car. I jest went to the movies with Alice and she was already in the car, I had went to use the bathroom. When in the car, I was greeted by Alice with, "Who's it this time?
A Social and Cultural Analysis of Twilight’s Edward Cullen
I was sitting behind the vending machine at the back of the school, crossed legs, a book in my lap. This was my spot Mondays through Wednesdays for the forty-five minutes before I had to leave to walk to work. It was a nice quiet place to read, since hardly anyone ever came back here. There had been a gentle and steady rain since lunchtime that day, but I was protected under the awning.