It's really kind of a half-meta nod, because we really haven't established how Bella is narrating this story. It doesn't have a convoluted framing device like a Henry James novella, it's not a diary, and Bella never makes references to future events, unless you count the preface. So it's hard to know what the blank pages are really supposed to signify; my working theory is that we are literally seeing inside Bella's head, and this is her extremely articulate stream-of-consciousness. And when Edward, leaves, her mind just goes blank. Like the way we don't feel extreme pain until later. I knew a guy who once got hit in the face with a basketball and fell backwards into the wall of his school gym. The next thing he knew he was sitting in class two hours later, and his head suddenly started hurting more than it ever had before. He started screaming. He had no recollection of how he had gone from the floor of the gym to his subsequent class; his mind blocked it out protect him. Which is sort of what is happening here, I think. I'd never really given a thought to the existence or nonexistence of narrator-logic in the Twilight Saga before, how have you been interpreting it? Or have you?
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