Its been a busy day in the Twilight world.
*Twilight Lexicon has started their Summer School series which examines the ever-growing relationship between Twilight and education! Since this is exactly the purpose of this site, go check it out!
Speaking of school and Twilight. We are finally ready to announce our first paper topic. Thats right, we want to feature your writings on all things Twilight. Once the topic is posted you will have three weeks to send yours in, before we move onto a new topic. You can send yours in anytime before then. Papers should address the topic question and should be edited before submission. If you use outside sources (i.e quotes from the Twilight books or quotes from other novels) you should properly cite these sources. If you are unsure how to do this, please e-mail your papers to us, and we will be happy to assist you. Now for our first topic:
Stephenie Meyer's creation of the anti-hero Edward, often described as perfect, raises questions concerning the evolution of the male lead character in the novel. Is Stephenie creating a new modern day definition of the male protagonist or is she merely re-vamping the classic archetypal male hero: i.e Mr. Darcy etc....
*WORK MUST BE ORIGINAL
*QUOTES MUST BE CITED
* PAPERS SHOULD BE NO LESS THAN FIVE PARAGRAPHS BUT CAN BE LONGER
*ALL PAPERS AND QUESTIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO email@example.com
*PAPERS SHOULD BE TURNED IN BEFORE OR ON JULY 10TH