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Twilight Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Angel Summary

Stephenie Meyer
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The Angel Summary

Bella seems to be dreaming. She surfaces from her dream to sharp pain. She seems to hear an angel calling her name and sobbing for her. People are talking about her physical condition, and Bella realizes she is hearing Edward's voice. Bella's hand seems to be burning because James has bit her on the hand. Edward is going to try to suck the venom out. It will be a supreme test of self-restraint, to suck Bella's blood but not to feed. He accomplishes it and moves Bella to safety.

The Angel Analysis

This very short chapter reveals that the Cullens have saved Bella. However, James has bitten Bella and injected venom. Edward must suck Bella's blood to remove the venom, but must exercise the ultimate self-restraint and not suck more blood. It is a terrible test, but Edward's love makes it possible. The Cullens remove...

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