Well, I figured it was because of her clumsiness. I don't think that and dancing would work well together. Also, she doesn't seem like the type of girl that would enjoy school dances. As for the boys: I had a similar magnet effect when I first attended public school in 6th grade. Somebody new and different to ask instead of the same girls you've grown up with since you were in diapers makes her the perfect target because she isn't any of those.
2. Bella asks Edward if he has multiple personality disorder because he either seems to be overly friendly or sarcastic moments apart. To what did you attribute Edward's odd behavior?
Well, I am not really sure how to answer this. fi_fi seems to hit it dead on for me.
fi_fi wrote:His being a vampire. I knew before reading that this was the case, and that he and Bella were going to end up together. I imagined that his friendly moments were when he was enjoying the moment, that he liked/fancied Bella and was being his 17-year-old self. When he turned sarcastic, I assumed that he was 'remembering' (as if he could forget, but you know what I mean) that he was a vampire, that he was a threat to this girl. And his warnings, or threats, seemed to fit in with this - he wanted to get to know Bella, but knew it was best for her if she didn't. I also assumed, after their first meeting, that he must be thirsting for her, but trying to overcome this.