Me, Myself and I Essay

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New Moon by Stephenie Meyer

Contents
PREFACE 1. P A R T Y 2 STITCHES 3. THE E N D OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY 4. WAKING U P 5. CHEATER 6. FRIENDS 7. REPETITION 8. ADRENALINE 9. THIRD W H E E L 10. THE MEADOW 11. C U L T 12. INTRUDER 13. KILLER 14. FAMILY 15. PRESSURE 16. P ARI S 17. VISITOR 18. THE FUNERAL 19. H A T E 20. VOLTERRA 21. VERDICT 22. FLIGHT 23. THE T R U T H 24. V O T E EPILOGUE TREATY

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My legs seemed to move slower and slower as I fought my way through the callous crowd, but the hands on the huge clock tower didn't slow. With relentless, uncaring force, they turned inexorably toward the end–the end of everything. But this was no dream, and, unlike the nightmare, I wasn't running for my life; I was racing to save something infinitely more precious. My own life meant little to me today. Alice had said there was a good chance we would both die here. Perhaps the outcome would be different if she weren't trapped by the brilliant sunlight; only I was free to run across this bright, crowded square. And I couldn't run fast enough. So it didn't matter to me that we were surrounded by our extraordinarily dangerous enemies. As the clock began to toll out the hour, vibrating under the soles of my sluggish feet, I knew I was too late–and I was glad something bloodthirsty waited in the wings. For in failing at this, I forfeited any desire to live. The clock tolled again, and the sun beat down from the exact center point of the sky.

1. PARTY
I WAS NINETY-NINE POINT NINE PERCENT SURE I WAS dreaming. The reasons I was so certain were that, first, I was standing in a bright shaft of sunlight–the kind of blinding clear sun that never shone on my drizzly new

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