Bellalie | FanFiction
For all of us that love to see Bella/Rosalie pairings, whether femmeslash or friendship. Their relationship needs to be explored and developed. Let me know . *Rosalie: "The entire family will be implicated if this ends badly." Bella: *Bella: "I 've never given much thought to how I would die. Carlisle originally planned for Rosalie to be Edward's mate, but their relationship was never. Jasper and Maria seemingly shared a short romantic relationship but she never He later learns to come to terms with Edward's involvement with Bella when.
So she has Rosalie telling her that Carlisle will make it all safe, and Esme not wanting the child to be aborted, while Carlisle probably gave his honest opinion, but being a positive guy, probably allowed that there was a possibility Bella could survive if only as a vampire and so could the baby. Bella, being the eternal optimist, would have thought this was enough. I think Edward's lack of action, by the time we join them, is more based on the fact that, as he says, it makes her sick if he is fighting it.
So he's stopped fighting by then, because she's just getting sicker and sicker and he doesn't want to risk making it worse than it already is. This is what results in his desperate appeal to Jacob, of all people.
He knows he's done all he can. His only hope is that she'll listen to Jacob.
This performative element of the Cullens lifestyle is enveloped into their clothing. He is replaced with an object that represents him and which Bella can consume visually and sensuously when in reality it is Edward who should be consuming Bella. These words draw on literary language inducing the quality of the Cullens eternal beauty. The image of the apple immediately connects to the story of Adam and Eve — indeed the cover to the first book is a pair of female hands offering a red, shining apple — evoking the idea of loss of innocence.
The Cullens uncomfortably combine the two in their physical appearance. The Cullens becomes like the Grecian Urn itself: Bella is drawn the stunning surface appearance of the Cullens.
The novels maintain a continuous tension between who desires to emulate who: Bella finds this incomprehensible since Rosalie is immortal. Yet as we discover all the transformation stories of the Cullens represent a human death deferred; they did not make the choice to become a vampire.
Rosalie suggests that theirs is not the charmed life which Bella associates with their vampiric lifestyle; Rosalie argues that: Though humans may be afraid of death and wish to overcome it by being a vampire — a constant object in a world of change — so too the vampire recognises their liminal existence on the edges of reality and longs to be the changing subject that humans represent.
This representation in death as gravestones is prefigured in life in the form of birth certificates; bank accounts; and passports. Each human life is duplicated in these contracts. This causes a problem for the modern vampire: This relationship between modern vampires and legal papers starts, not unsurprisingly, with Dracula, a novel that is both a story of the victory of good over evil and technological innovations winning against ancient methods.
Once the vampire had evolved through the novels of Anne Rice, we are once again reminded of the importance of capital and a good lawyer when Lestat choose Louis as his victim. Jenks, the lawyer who acquires fake documents for the Cullens, soothes Bella by saying that: Perhaps more troubling is the fact that Meyer chooses to write these scenes as though they are from a film noir. The relationship between vampire and human is maintained by this two-way desire.
Only a lucky few, like Bella, are able to achieve a state of eternal happiness where this desire has been quenched. Her presence elicits the confusion of who consumes who. Indeed the space between the Cullen clan and Bella is often created by Bella herself. When looking at Edward she continually views him not as a whole but in constituent parts; her gaze becomes the means by which she cuts him into pieces and the language with which she describes him a system of rhetoricized violence.
Her descriptions are similar to blazon poetry, much favoured by the poets of courtly love, which catalogues the physical merits of women in a manner that entirely objectifies them. On opening the door to Edward, Bella describes the way in which: At the end of the book, he can only witness her execution. Breaking Dawn Main article: When Bella became pregnant with a half-vampire childhe is one of the family members who wish to abort the child for her health, but because some of the other family members are against the idea, he decides to remain neutral.
It does not take long before he learns to love his new niece, " Renesmee Cullen ". He is also seen active in the fight with the wolves while guarding the house from their assault in Breaking Dawn - Part 1.
Jasper shows impression to Bella's restraint. While Bella is a newly turned vampireJasper is always standing beside her to make sure she wouldn't lose control and hurt anyone. This causes him some dismay over his own struggles with self-control, even as a mature vampire, and also prompts him to re-evaluate his view on newborns.
They're coming for us. It is revealed that Jasper has a secret business relationship with a lawyer in Seattle named J. Jenks after Alice leaves Bella clues to find him. Jasper has been employing him and his former partner to make illegal documents for the Cullens whenever they move to a new place, and this connection allows Bella to forge fake ID's, passports, and a driver's license made for Renesmee and Jacob.
They bring him and his biological aunt, a vampire named Huilenback to Forks in time to prevent a fight between the Cullens, the other vampires nomads and covensthe wolf packs, and the Volturi.
In the movieAlice shows a vision of an almost-inevitable battle erupting between the Cullens and the Volturi: After the peaceful outcome of the situation, Jasper and Alice are welcomed back into the Cullen family.
Bella decides to take over Jasper's relationship with J. Physical appearance "He was blond, like the first, but taller and leaner. His skin was absolutely covered in scars, spaced most thickly together on his neck and jaw.
A few small marks on his arm were fresh, but the rest were not from the brawl today.
He had been in more fights than I could have imagined, and he'd never lost. His tawny eyes blazed and his stance exuded the barely contained violence of an angry lion. He is muscular, but lean, unlike his brother Emmett.
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Like the other Cullens, he has pale, marble-like skin, inhuman beauty and bruise-like purple shadows under his eyes, which appear gradually as his thirst increases. He has golden eyes, like all vegetarian vampires, which turn darker, eventually becoming black, as he grows thirstier. His original eye color was brown.
He has many scars on his body, face, neck and jaw from the bites of vampires he fought during his time in Maria 's coven. These scars are invisible to humans unless contrasted by a strong light, but when viewed by someone with supernatural eyesight they are said to be his most dominant feature, causing defensive reactions in vampires who don't know him.
In Breaking DawnBella thinks the scars "screamed dangerous. However, the truth is that he is a very kind, polite, gallant and simply good person. He is described by Alice as 'a good Southern gentleman'.
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He is a natural scholar and avid reader, and has a shrewd mind on business and battle tactics. Jasper is completely in love with Alice and he often acts a lot more open when he is around her.
An example of this was when Jasper was trying to be 'everywhere at once' to protect Alice as they had their battle with the newborn vampire army in Eclipse.
Jasper has the least control over his thirst and would occasionally find human blood tempting, making him uncomfortable around humans, as proven when he tried to attack Bella after she bled from a paper cut.
To keep him in check, Edward and Alice would team up to help him, though he finds it irritating. Because of this, he would feel smug whenever someone else in his family was having the same hard time; for example, he expected eagerly for Bella to lose control of her thirst when she became a vampire in Breaking Dawn, and in Midnight Sun, he was smug at Edward's annoyance over their supervision.