What are 3 external conflicts for Edward in Twilight? please note that these conflicts need to be mainly about edward thank you

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For Edward, Twilight is filled with external conflicts, or things over which he has no control.  The examples that readily come to mind are those that involve “man against man.” (Or, in this case, sometimes "vampire against vampire!" :) His desire to protect Bella brings him into repeated conflict with...

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For Edward, Twilight is filled with external conflicts, or things over which he has no control.  The examples that readily come to mind are those that involve “man against man.” (Or, in this case, sometimes "vampire against vampire!" :)

His desire to protect Bella brings him into repeated conflict with the Trackers. His violent encounter with James leads to the climax of the novel. He also faces conflict at school as he and his siblings do not "fit in" with other students. They are also forced to move in order to hide the fact that they do not age.

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