by Stephenie Meyer
Suffering Quotes in Breaking Dawn
How we cite our quotes: Citations follow this format: (Chapter.Paragraph)
[Jacob:] "My fault," Edward whispered, and his knees gave out. He crumpled in front of me, vulnerable, the easiest target you could imagine. But I felt as cold as snow – there was no fire in me. (9.142)
In the face of Edward's pain and helplessness, Jacob's rage and hatred disappears. He empathizes with him so much that he feels cold – like a vampire.
[Jacob:] Of course, die for the monster spawn. It was so Bella. (9.149)
Jacob seems to suggest that Bella has a tendency to be a martyr for love.