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Nadeshiko24 wrote:

The cover in Twilight symbolizes the forbidden fruit in the Bible. They used that as a representative of Bella and Edward's 'forbidden' love.

I don't know why they chose the flower in New Moon, but Stephenie Meyer had no say in it.

The ribbon symbolizes Bella. The little tiny piece of string that holds together the ribbon is Bella, holding on to her human life.

Then the chess pieces in Breaking Dawn, also symbolizes Bella. One is weaker than the other. It is where the Queen trumps all, where the stronger prevails.

I read about the first three in wikipedia. The info about the fourth one is from an interview that Ms. Stephenie did. I was kinda drowsy when she explained the book cover for BD, so what I wrote down is probably what my mind caught from the interview...teehee...

Hope that cleared some stuff up...>_<


Thanks a lot !! ^^

thank you for answering my question .. ^^
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joanna_patricia

yeh ............

Twilight Cover ..... represents the forbidden fruit from the book of Genesis. It symbolizes Bella's and Edward's love, which is forbidden, similar to the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil

New Moon ..... The flower on the cover of New Moon is a red and white Parrot tulip. Stephenie Meyer has stated that the flower has no significance to the story, as she had no part in choosing its design.

Eclipse ..... The broken ribbon represents choice, as in the book Bella must choose between her love for Edward Cullen, her vampire boyfriend, and her friendship/love with Jacob Black. Meyer also stated that the ribbon represents the idea that Bella can't break away completely from her human life.

Breaking Dawn ...... The cover is a metaphor for Bella's progression throughout the entire saga: she began as the physically weakest player on the board, the pawn, but ended up the strongest, the queen.

pretty much what you said .............


thanks a lot !!

i thought in New Moon is a flower in Iris .. because New Moon always pertains to Romeo And Juliet right ?? The flower that represent their love .. LOLz .. im so silly .. :P
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mich04elle wrote:

Thanks a lot !! ^^

thank you for answering my question .. ^^


No prob!...>_<
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Twilight
The Apple Represents Edward & Bella's Forbidden Love

New Moon
The Flower Also Represents Their Love Which is Fragile at This Point in the Series.
The Red Falling Petal Represents Edward Leaving.

Eclipse
The Ribbon Represents Bella's Choice Between Edward & Jacob.

Breaking Dawn
The White Pawn Represents Bella in the Beginning of the Story: The Weakest Link
The Red Queen Represents Bella By the End of the Book:
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I love all of them too!
Pretty AWESOME!!!
Is very empty and dark...but there will be something red that always attract your attention.
and represents something. So cool!!!
Posted 1/23/09
Oh.. Now I get what all those mean! I knew what Eclipse was but I was like "Why did they put the apple for the cover? And the chess pieces for the 4th book?" haha ; thanks for this info
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