Breaking Dawn - Study Guide Section 9: Book 3, Chapters 21-23 Summary & Analysis

Stephenie Meyer
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In Chapter 21: First Hunt, Bella follows Edward as he jumps out the window and across the river, feeling fabulous and noting that the forest seems much more alive. They run nearly to Canada before stopping to hunt elk, but Bella finds the scent unappealing. Smelling something better, humans, she runs off, but when she realizes she is being followed, she turns to attack, stopping when she sees Edward ready to restrain her. Bella announces she needs to get away from the tempting scent, and Edward is shocked that she is able to leave. Smelling a lion, Bella attacks it and drains it, making Edward nervous to watch her wrestle the carnivore. Though she is still thirsty, Bella announces she is full. She knew the thirst would be part of this life, but it is worth it and she feels in control...

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