Breaking Dawn - Study Guide Section 3: Book 1, Chapters 6 & 7 Summary & Analysis

Stephenie Meyer
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In Chapter 6: Distractions, Edward focuses on keeping Bella entertained with snorkeling, walks and sunsets so she will not badger him about sex. By each evening, she is exhausted, but that does not stop her from reasoning, pleading and grouching to no avail. When parading around in lingerie does not work either, Bella decides to try compromise, but Edward refuses to make any deals. Bella offers to spend one semester at Dartmouth as a human, but Edward tells her "there is nothing that is worth risking your life again. That's worth hurting you" (p. 102). Edward hums her to sleep, but Bella wakes from her dream, crying because she wanted it to be real. At first, Edward pushes her away, but then he surrenders, and they begin where her dream ended. In the morning, she feels guilty for seducing Edward, but he is not angry...

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