1. Do you think Edward no longer seems himself as the “monster”? Has he resolved his own personal demons like Nahuel? Why or why not?
Although Edward always seems to think of himself as a "monster" I think this perspective starts to falter on the day he fall in love with Bella. I think no matter how many times he say he is a monster all through out the Twilight Saga books he begins to doubt himself if it is still true. Monster do not have the capacity to love and truly care for others and that is exactly what Edward has been doing all his life after he met Bella. Another proof is during New Moon when Bella save him from showing himself in the sun, he said something along the lines of "heaven". In thinking that Bella is dead he hope they'll meet again in heaven after he dies. But I think Edward finally see who he really is after the birth of Renesmee, after all how can a soulless monster like what he sees his former self can create such a beautiful and perfect miracle.2. What do you think Edward means when he says “When will you ever see yourself clearly?” to Bella? He has said this before in Twilight. Has the meaning changed between from the first book to the last book?
I think this pertains to Bella never really knowing her true powers whether during the time Edward said this when she was human or during the time she was an immortal. Correct me if I'm wrong but I think when Edward tells Bella this phrase in Twilight, he was pertaining to her beauty. Bella always see herself as a plain, pale and fragile human. A misfit despite most of the boys in Forks were crushing on her, she felt she didn't deserve Edward. In Breaking Dawn Edward said this phrase again to Bella and this time he was referring it to her powers. As an immortal, even though she's indestructible and strong she still did not see herself clearly. Never admitting that she is one if not the sole reason of the Vultori's retreat.3. Why does Edward seem so surprised to “hear” Bella from the first time considering they both have participated in the same conflicts from the beginning of the saga?
They may experience the same conflict from the beginning of the saga but Edward never really knows what Bella is thinking while all of this is happening. If we could remember in Twilight (or is it Midnight Sun
) it frustrates Edward that he can not hear what Bella is thinking. Therefore it really must be surprising for Edward to finally hear or know firsthand how Bella must feel specially during the early days of their relationship.4. Are you satisfied with the happy ending to Bella and Edward’s story? Why or why not?
I am satisfied in a sense that all conflicts are resolved, all questions are answered, all the gaps are filled but I'm not satisfied that its already finished. The End. I want more, I'm craving for more...