"Scuse me? Romeo and Juliet was made in the the Renaissance period. In that time it was considered a lovestory and is still nowadays. Have you read it, acted it? I certainly have and I can tell you that it is a lovestory! Twilight is a good book, I…"
"Um without Romeo and Juliet there wouldn't be any Twilight at all, or at least New Moon. Romeo and Juliet is a classic of classics which inspired the whole world, all love\tragedy stories are based on that. You simply cannot compare them."
You make an excellent point about how Juliet was obliged to follow her fathers desires.
Stephanie Meyer told us that one of the books that continually inspired her as she composed "Twilight" was "Romeo and…"
"You just dug yourself into a septic tank if your plan is to belittle me with uneducated insults. I have plenty of friends and they treat me just fine.
I am me, and will be no one else. Jerk to maybe you, but pretty funny to others."
"I say it's setting literature back because it's something that will never be appreciated in time. It's proof that anyone on Fanfiction.net could become an author. Who cares about the message if the story and the writing is bad? In the…"
"What she did was rectify her own mistakes in life via Bella. She doesn't like her marriage and resents what she failed to achieve so she wrote Twilight. Whatever, it's really nothing special in my book."
"Dear Ryan Inulover,
Stephanie Meyer said: I have always been facinated by the impact of all the different types of love on our lives." When I wrote Twilight my goal was to see what it would be like to look at life through the perspective of…"
We should remember, as we researching Meyer's works that: The values Mormons (like Stephanie) hold dear, typically differ significantly from the values of today's typical American woman.
Example: In an interview Stephanie…"
"Fun reads can be fun reads. ie:Aesop's Fables or Aesopica refers to a collection of fables credited to Aesop (620–560 BC), . His fables are some of the most well known in the world. The fables remain a popular choice for moral education…"
I appreciate your kind support and agreement.
Just for the fun of it, google the number of books (or books of a saga), that have sold over 50 million copies in the history of literature. Stephanie is now at 58 million. If she…"