WHY DID BELLA "FIT IN" WITH THE CULLENS? AND WHY DID SHE FIT IN WITH THEIR WORLD?
Introduction: In the beginning of the novel "Twilight," Bella Swan explains to us, that that she doesn't fit in with "CLICKS." She says "I never fit in with a click at my old school which had over 3,000 students. What were my chances of finding a group to fit in with at Fork's High?" (Paraphrased)
At the end of the movie "Eclipse" screen writer Mallissa Rosenberg, has Bella explain to Edward that his world is where she belongs. (Bell had discovered that she "fit in" with both "his world and his family." Which just happens to be one of the most unusual "families" on the planet)
Bella also tells us that her first reaction on seeing the Cullen "siblings" was to pity them and feel relief for herself.
White Rose question: What was it about Bella that allowed her to "fit in" with the Cullens and fit with their world
An OPTIONAL extra credit question:
As always we sincerely look forward to learning your opinion. Yours, Doc
To most observers Bella's declaration that she "had become a thrill junkie" seemed totally out of character. But for close observers like you, I have a feeling that it was much more understandable. Thank you for sharing your insightful observations, Doc
You make a great point. In the human world everyone seems to be so hung up on appearance. But like Bella, that isn't so in the Vampire world. (EC to AH, Q; "She has always been dazzelingly beautiful!"