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    shadow an eclipse takes place. There are several types of eclipses, which all depend on the shadow that is involved. There are three different types of shadows, the umbra, penumbra, and antumbra. Each type of shadow varies by its darkness and position within the full shadow. The umbra is the dark center, the antumbra is the light center, and the penumbra is the light outer shadow. An umbral shadow can create three types of eclipses, a total solar eclipse, a total lunar eclipse, and a partial lunar eclipse. A total solar eclipse happens when a new moon moves in front of the sun and the viewer is within the Moon’s umbral…

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    September Science Article In the article “What Is a Solar Eclipse?” on Live Science it states that solar eclipses are “some of nature’s most dramatic celestial performances”. A solar eclipses occurrence is very seldom and can only be seen when the sun, moon, and Earth are aligned and the moon passes between the sun and the Earth. A total Eclipse occurs about every 18 months on Earth. There are two types of shadows. The umbra, and the penumbra. While a total solar eclipse is going on, the moon…

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    Meyer’s work, which confuses her readers. She also used pathos when she had critiqued Meyer’s work. Backstein was quite sarcastic with a hint of humor, which helps her readers stay engaged; for example, Backstein described Edward Cullen as “an Armani model” (211). Backstein does use ethos, with a Ph.D. in cinematic studies from a prestige university and not to mention the fact that she has written in academic journals and popular magazines. When Backstein is thoroughly describing scenes from…

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    to end of the story. He watches in terror, after football practice from behind the bleachers, Erik and Arthur kill Luis Cruz. It didn’t happen immediately but it caused Luis, a few days later, to pass away. These are the kinds of things Paul just keeps hidden inside him but what he didn’t realize is that he shouldn’t “ ‘... spend your life hiding under the bleachers, little brother. The truth shall set you free.’ ” (page 269). Paul can see so many things but one thing he cannot see for a long…

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    Adolescent girls notice how things are gendered and how women are treated differently than men. These gendered differences between women and men can influence young girls’ minds and make them think that men are more superior to women. Twilight, a book saga written by Stephenie Meyer, can directly influence the thoughts of young girls and how they feel about their own sex. Widely known and loved by many, this series has some underlining meanings whether the author intended them or not. Foss…

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    Twilight by Stephenie Meyer is no doubt one of the most popular books of this generation. Some even argue that it has become more popular than the Harry Potter book series. Although this could be debated what is definitely not up for debate is that Twilight has left a mark on this world. One of the most significant outcomes of Twilight is the extensive amount of fanfiction that has been created around the fictional town of Forks,Washington and its residents specifically Edward Cullen and…

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    The title of my book is Breaking Dawn, the fourth book in the Twilight series. Breaking Dawn is a work of pure fiction, written by Stephenie Meyer. Most of the story takes place in Forks, Washington, Bella and Edward’s new cottage in the woods, and Isle Esme, which is Bella and Edward’s honeymoon spot. The story doesn’t give a specific time date, but it most likely takes place during present time. Bella Swan is 18 years old in this book of the series and was 18 years old when she was turned and…

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    Twilight Film Analysis

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    Twilight directed by Hadwicke is a movie about a girl named Bella who meets a vampire named Edward. She is thrown into a new environment and begins new discoveries. Her life would never be the same after she falls in love with a vampire. A simple movie with a simple concept. The underlying theme to movie is we should not live simple lives and we should reach for something more, something above normal. Showing maybe living forever and becoming a vampire isn’t what anyone really wants. In the…

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    This decision causes tension in Bella and Edward’s relationship because he is more concern for her life than having a child. When Jacob and his werewolf pack find out about Bella’s condition they fear for their tribe’s safety and decide to also kill Bella and her vampire baby before she delivers. Jacob vehemently protests this decision and revolts, leaving to form his own pack with Seth and Leah Clearwater. Bella soon gives birth, but the baby breaks many of her bones and she loses massive…

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    Teenage years are one of the most memorable times in an individual’s life. Screenwriters (or whoever else) creates stories that attract adolescents... Teenage love has been a classic story for movies from generation to generation. In this era, Twilight puts a sci-fi twist in the traditional teenage love story which makes it one of the first of its kind to shift the popular teenage movie culture. Twilight has inspired many movies and shows including, “The Vampire Diaries”, “Teen Wolf”, “Warm…

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