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New Moon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23, Truth Summary

Stephenie Meyer
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Chapter 23, Truth Summary

Bella awakens with the belief that everything that happened since her jump off the cliff was a dream. She sees Edward sitting beside her and convinces herself that the hallucination of his voice has extended to a visual hallucination. She notices that he has bruise marks under her eyes, indicating vampire thirst. This does not coincide with her dreams in which Edward is perfect. Edward assures her that he is awake. Slowly the reality of having gone to Italy to save Edward is coming back to Bella. She tells him that he should stop feeling guilty for everything that happens to her. He says that he did not go to the Volturi because of guilt. He did feel guilt. But he went to Italy because he thought she was dead and could not bring himself to live without her. Bella is confused. She had already...

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