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New Moon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7, Repetition Summary

Stephenie Meyer
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Chapter 7, Repetition Summary

Bella drives to the Cullen's house, just to make sure it was still there, that she hadn't dreamed up Edward Cullen at all. She is bothered by the fact that she isn't grieving anymore. Edward had told her that humans can forget things easily with time. "It will be as if I never existed," he had told her. But Bella is still thinking about hearing Edward's voice in her head. She remembers that when she heard him that first time, she was in a situation of deja vu, and wonders if revisiting the Cullen house will trigger it. But when she gets to the house, there are no voices. The house is just a house. In fact, she says it looks creepy, a house fit for vampires. She does not look inside the house, worried that the empty insides will remind her of her own...

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