What do each of the pictures on the Twilight series mean? What do they represent? How do they compare to the book?
Twilight: the apple is a forbidden fruit, because of Adam & Eve, and Bella and Edward's love is forbidden.
New Moon: the tulip is just there, it doesn't represent anything, even Stephenie Meyer, the author said it wasn't her idea, unlike Twilight.
Eclipse: the ribbon ripping but not all the way represents Bella's being torn between jacob and edward
Breaking Dawn:Breaking Dawn's cover is a metaphor for Bella's progression throughout the entire saga. She began as the weakest (at least physically, when compared to vampires and werewolves) player on the board: the pawn. She ended as the strongest: the queen. In the end, it's Bella that brings about the win for the Cullens.
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The apple is the forrbidden fruit. But I think it also represents how Edward has to be careful with bella because she is delicate compared to him. The flower is bell withering when edward leaves but growing back with Jacob and edwars return. The ribbon is bella being torn between Edward and Jacob. The Chess Board is bella becoming the least important to the most important.And she finally wins her fight to become a vampire.
I know them ALL, But some that haven't been metioned here are...
New Moon: The flower is Bella after Edward leaves her, It's withering and falling apart. Get it? And the petal falling off at the bottom is Edward leaving her.
Eclipse: She is torn between Edward and Jacob, And IF YOU LOOK CLOSE there are two strings keeping the ribbon together, One is Edward and one is Jacob.
I thought that the flower was bella and the petal falling was a drop of blood falling like when she gets the paper cut.
The apple means like the forbidden fruit. I don't know about the others.
I agree with what every single person has said.lol
oh okay. Thank you! :)