What is the resolution to the main conflict in the novel "Twilight"? I need quotes to prove what the solution is. I have two more paragraphs I just need this one to complete my essay.

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I would say that the main conflict in Twilight is when James attacks Bella and fights with Edward. This conflict is man vs. man or in this case vampire vs. vampire.

 At this point in the novel Edward must remove the venom in Bella and restrain himself enough not to suck...

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I would say that the main conflict in Twilight is when James attacks Bella and fights with Edward. This conflict is man vs. man or in this case vampire vs. vampire.

 At this point in the novel Edward must remove the venom in Bella and restrain himself enough not to suck all of her blood. This is another conflict. You could say that this conflict is man vs. self. One quote that comes to mind is when Edward says to Bella: "Yes, you are exaclty my brand of heroin." He wants more than anything to feast on her blood and must constantly restrain himself.

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