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Based From the Movie Twilight

Just recently, the youth became so into the Twilight phenomenon. No doubt, this series have really captured the interest of the young generations. A lot of teenagers where so into it that they even got the thought of finding their own Edward Cullen or Bella Swan.

But what's with the series and the vampire thing that made these youngsters get hooked into it? Perhaps a research paper about this would become a hit!

Before anything else, vampires are known as a mythological human beings that feeds themselves human blood to be able to live. They're oftentimes called immortals, which was very evident in the series.

There have been a lot of research conducted. Maybe there are hundreds of research paper works that have tried to prove that these creatures are true yet couldn't find the right evidences to lead them to that conclusion.

In the Twilight series, which was written by Stephanie Meyer, she made an impression to her readers that vampires are just like any other humans. That these so-called folkloric creatures could be just around you, mingling with you. They couldn't be sort out from the group because traces of indifferences are unlikely to be seen.

These creatures might be a little creepy or scary, but nonetheless, just like Meyer's perception written on her books, they could also be just like any other humans, they could be hurt, they could love. After all, the fact that they're called humans mean they have feelings or emotions.

With that, whether vampires are true or not, one thing is for sure, you'll never know them unless they bite you.



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Erica R. Doran has earned a bachelor's degree in literature. She has written a number of research paper on different topics already, but of all the papers she have written, Erica's favorite was the one about vampires. Erica is twenty-five years old, and she couldn't deny the fact that she herself is a Twilight series addict. She dreams of creating a series just like it someday.

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