Breaking Dawn - Section 8: Book 3, Chapters 19 & 20 Summary & Analysis

Stephenie Meyer
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Section 8: Book 3, Chapters 19 & 20 Summary

In Chapter 19: Burning, Bella is bewildered by the pain as she is sucked into a blackness that makes reality even harder to comprehend. Edward whispers "Renesmee", and Bella's vision clears so that she can look at her beautiful daughter. Pain overwhelms her again, and Renesmee is taken from her. As heat spreads through her body, Bella cannot move or scream due to the morphine which Edward and Carlisle thought would help fight the pain of the vampire venom. Now, all she wants to do is die as the burn rages endlessly. Edward smells no hint of the morphine, but when he calls to her, Bella does not answer for fear of screaming which would only hurt him more if he knew how much pain she was in. Edward begins to worry he did something wrong, but Carlisle assures him that Bella will be...

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