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Critical Analysis of Twilight सवाल

Has anyone written a good analysis of the Sam/Emily domestic violence situation?

I'm लेखन my own analysis of it, and I'd like to see what others have कहा on the subject.
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Critical Analysis of Twilight जवाब

-Grace- said:
Unless it's something that happened during Breaking Dawn (which I disliked and so only read once), I have absolutely no memory of him abusing her D:

Unless you're talking about him accidentally scratching her when he transformed. If आप are, that can hardly be called domestic violence! It was an accident :) The two of them were in a forest having an argument, when Emily कहा something that made Sam lose his temper, and begin to transform. He had less than a सेकंड to react to what was happening, so he tried to hold his hands up to warn her away. She misunderstood, and thought that he was just trying to tell her to be quiet, so she stepped आगे to continue the argument. When he transformed, he suddenly took up so much और अंतरिक्ष that his hand (or rather, claw, now that he had transformed), which was still held out to warn her away, scratched her.
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SnapeLovesLily said:
When Sam hurts her it wasn't intentional he just couldn't stop himself from doing it. It is कहा in the book that वेयरवोल्फ can't control themselves when they are angry, so Sam can't control his violence, I mean he is a werewolf (or shapeshifter)
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Well, it's been a while since I've read Breaking Dawn, but I had the impression that it wasn't like in Animorphs where the human intellect goes out the window and is और like having an excess of testosterone, which is comparable to real world violence.
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^Actually, human intellect doesn't go out the window in Animorphs, but I get what you're saying. I thought they kept their human thining abilities as well.
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I just meant at the beginning of a morph, they lose their identities to animal instincts unless the morph is capable of inelligent thought.
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bri-marie said:
As far as I know, no, no one's written anything about it. It's surprising really: people always analyze Bella and Edward, and Bella and Jake but they never really go into the other characters.
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tellymaster said:
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^There's an लेख written about 3 abusive figures in Twilight. The last one is the Sam/Emily thing.
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