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Edward Cullen, played by Robert Pattinson, finds himself fighting his attraction to Bella Swan, the new girl in school. Edward retains the traditional mindset and speech patterns of the early-20th century, when he became a vampire. He is described as inhumanly beautiful and, like other vampires, he possesses superhuman strength, speed, and agility. Edward has several unique talents: he's the fastest in his vampire coven, he can read minds (except for Bella's), and he plays the piano beautifully. Edward finds Bella's scent overwhelmingly sweet and addictive; he even considers her his "own personal heroin."

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