Esme echo wrote:(I knew when I posted my comment that it was more about Marcus--but it was about Marcus in relation to Aro. Sometimes it's hard to continue a conversation, switching threads. )
So I wonder what keeps Chelsea loyal to Aro? Gratitude for "saving" her from destruction with her coven? Aro has always seemed to me to be the ultimate mob boss. So pleasant on the surface; so putrid inside.
They consist of six elegiac poems addressed to a lover called Cerinthus. Cerinthus was most likely a pseudonym, if not purely fictional; in the same style as Ovid's Corinna or Catullus' Lesbia.
edwardISmine wrote:Aro anyone???? come on anyone else see Aro when they look at this?? I know the book says he has flowing black hair, but this is total Aro for me!
Tegan wrote:I was just thinking of the wives the other night (ouch), and Aro and Caius's collective tendacies. Neither of the wives have a gift, and yet the obviously hold quite a bit of power. Apart from being locked in a tower, that is...
Tegan wrote:Aro would have only been in his twenties when he was changed
@Alycone: Yes, but they must be considered more important then the guard...
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