Breaking Dawn - Section 13: Book 3, Chapters 33-35 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: Book 3, Chapters 33-35 Summary

In Chapter 33: Forgery, Bella makes plans to visit Charlie with Renesmee and Jacob, but she drives to Seattle after she drops them off. At the address Alice gave her, Bella asks a man, Max, if he is J. Jenks, and when he notes that she does not look like J's usual customers, Max calls J who does not recognize Bella's description; however, when Max repeats her last name, J begins yelling at him because Bella is apparently a priority customer. When she meets with J. Jenks, Bella asks for papers for Jacob and Vanessa Wolfe, providing photographs. In Chapter 34: Declared, Bella struggles to continue training, despite her loss of hope. On Christmas, they visit Charlie, and Renesmee wears her locket and the Quileute version of a promise ring. At home, the Cullens' guests feel the need to declare whether they will...

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