Breaking Dawn - Section 12: Book 3, Chapters 30-32 Summary & Analysis

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Section 12: Book 3, Chapters 30-32 Summary

In Chapter 30: Irresistible, Bella asks Edward to teach her to fight so she can defend herself, but as they discuss the Volturi's strengths and weaknesses, he is furious at the idea of Bella sacrificing herself as a diversion since she is immune to the Volturi's mind tricks. When the Denalis arrive, Edward asks them to give him the benefit of the doubt for a moment and to listen without preconceived notions because this is something completely new and his family is in danger. Though Tanya is ready to leave as soon as she sees Renesmee, Carmen, Eleazar's wife, notes that the child looks like Bella, and when she agrees to let Renesmee explain about herself, Renesmee touches Carmen's chest and shows her everything; the others follow suit. Edward tells the Denalis that they are searching only for witnesses, not warriors, in...

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