Openhome wrote:I also think that perhaps Jasper had finally been able to see himself as one of the heros in the end. Yes, Alice was the lead, but he had been willing to die for his family, to return to almost certain death, and had, in his mind, earned his place at last.
I think your right, because of the fact that he has always seen as 'on the outside.' of the family, even Bella sees that. But that was not really apparent in Twilight, as they stick together as a Covern pretty well anyway. I think that Jasper always felt that he had too much to make up for to not be in the family fold properly- which was a shame, he didnt choose his life, it wasnt his fault.
For him at the time, it was the only way to live because he didnt know any different. But I think that in the end, he chose his side and protected his adopted family in BD.