Twilight - Study Guide Carlisle Summary & Analysis

Stephenie Meyer
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Edward takes Bella to Carlisle's office. Carlisle is there, but Edward says he just wants to show Bella some history. There is a painting of London in the 1650s, when Carlisle was a youth. Carlisle must leave for an appointment, but Edward explains that Carlisle tried to destroy himself when he discovers he is a vampire. He jumped from great heights and tried to drown himself. He even tried to starve himself, but a vampire is hard to kill. Carlisle was so hungry that when he saw a herd of deer he fed on one. He realized he did not have to be a human-eating monster. He swam to France, a detail that surprises Bella, but Edward assures her that vampires don't actually need to breathe. Edward worries that some such detail will turn Bella against loving him, but she says she will always love him. Edward...

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