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Twilight

Twilight

  

by Stephenie Meyer

Choices Quotes in Twilight

How we cite our quotes: (Chapter. Paragraph)

Quote #28

[Edward to Bella:] "I brought you to the prom," he said slowly, finally answering my question, "because I don't want you to miss anything. I don't want my presence to take anything away from you, if I can help it. I want you to be human. I want your life to continue as it would have if I'd died in nineteen-eighteen like I should have." (Epilogue.156)

Edward has a different life philosophy than Bella. He wants her to enjoy her average, human life and not miss anything.

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