Breaking Dawn Themes

Stephenie Meyer
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Loyalty

A very important theme in "Breaking Dawn" is the theme of loyalty, which occurs repeatedly throughout the novel. This loyalty is found between members of the same species, family and friends. Perhaps the strongest example of loyalty is demonstrated by Jacob who continues to be friends with Bella despite his disapproval of her husband, her lifestyle, and her decision to nearly kill herself carrying a half-vampire child. Despite all of this, Jacob attends Bella's wedding, and he even forms his own pack when Sam decides to kill Bella and her unborn child. Seth also breaks from Sam's pack in order to protect the Cullens because he is friends with Edward. Later, Sam's pack supports the Cullens against the Volturi because Jacob imprinted on Renesmee and Jacob is their family.

Charlie is willing to accept Bella's changes and asks only to know as little as possible about her strange...

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