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{{Infobox character
 
| colour = lavender
 
| series = [[Twilight (series)|Twilight]]
 
| name = Isabella Marie "Bella" Swan
 
| image = [[File:Bella Swan.jpg|alt=]]
 
| caption = Bella Swan as portrayed by [[Kristen Stewart]] in the [[The Twilight Saga: New Moon|''New Moon'' movie]].
 
| first = ''[[Twilight (novel)|Twilight]]''
 
| last = ''[[Breaking Dawn]]''
 
|creator = [[Stephenie Meyer]]
 
| portrayer = [[Kristen Stewart]]
 
| nickname = Bella<br />Bells<br />Bell<br />Vampire girl (by Emily Young & Embry Call)<br />Arizona (in films)
 
| species = [[Human]] (''Twilight'', ''New Moon'', ''Eclipse'', and Books 1 and 2 of ''Breaking Dawn'')<br/> [[Vampire (Twilight)|Vampire]] (Book 3 of ''Breaking Dawn'')
 
| gender = Female
 
| occupation = Student (through ''Twilight'' to ''Eclipse'') <br />Employee at Newton's Olympic Outfitters (''New Moon'' and ''Eclipse'')
 
| family = [[List of Twilight characters#Charlie Swan|Charlie Swan]] (father)<br />[[List of Twilight characters#Renée Dwyer|Renée Dwyer]] (mother)<br />Phil Dwyer (stepfather)<br />[[Carlisle Cullen]] (father-in-law)<br />[[Esme Cullen]] (mother-in-law)<br />[[Alice Cullen (Twilight)|Alice Cullen]] (sister-in-law)<br />[[Rosalie Hale]] (sister-in-law)<br />[[Emmett Cullen]] (brother-in-law)<br />[[Jasper Hale]] (brother-in-law)
 
| spouse = [[Edward Cullen]]
 
| children = [[List of Twilight characters#Renesmee Cullen|Renesmee Carlie Cullen]]
 
}}
 
'''Isabella Marie''' "'''Bella'''" '''Swan''' (later '''Bella Cullen''') <!-- See Talk Page.--> is the [[fictional character|fictional]] [[protagonist]] of the [[Twilight (series)|''Twilight'' series]], written by [[Stephenie Meyer]]. The ''Twilight'' series, consisting of the novels ''[[Twilight (novel)|Twilight]]'', ''[[New Moon (novel)|New Moon]]'', ''[[Eclipse (Meyer novel)|Eclipse]]'', and ''[[Breaking Dawn]]'', is primarily narrated from Bella's point of view. In the [[The Twilight Saga (film series)|film series]], Bella is portrayed by actress [[Kristen Stewart]].
 
 
In ''Twilight'', Bella moves to her father's home in [[Forks, Washington]], meets the mysterious Cullen family, and falls in love with [[Edward Cullen]]. However, she soon discovers that the family is a coven of [[vampire]]s. Bella expresses a desire to become a vampire herself, against Edward's wishes. In the second novel, ''New Moon'', Edward and the other Cullens leave Forks in an effort to keep Bella safe from the vampire world. [[Jacob Black]], a member of the [[Quileute (tribe)|Quileute]] tribe who is also a shape shifter taking a wolf form, comforts the distraught and severely depressed Bella. She comes to care deeply for Jacob, though less than she loves Edward. At the end of ''Eclipse'', Bella becomes engaged to Edward, and they marry in ''Breaking Dawn''. Edward then transforms Bella into a vampire after she nearly dies giving birth to their daughter, [[List of Twilight characters#Renesmee Cullen|Renesmee Cullen]].
 
 
==Concept and creation==
 
The premise for both the Bella Swan character and the [[Twilight (series)|''Twilight'' series]] originated in a dream Stephenie Meyer had in which an "average girl" and a "fantastically beautiful, sparkly ... vampire ... were having an intense conversation in a meadow in the woods." In this dream, the pair "were discussing the difficulties inherent in the facts that ... they were falling in love with each other while ... the vampire was particularly attracted to the scent of her blood, and was having a difficult time restraining himself from killing her."<ref name="dream">{{cite web |url=http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight.html|title=The Story Behind Twilight|publisher=Stepheniemeyer.com|accessdate=2008-09-02| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080730025156/http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight.html| archivedate= 30 July 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref>
 
 
Meyer's original characters were unnamed; she took to calling the characters, who would later become Edward Cullen and Bella, 'he' and 'she' for the purpose of convenience as she, "didn't want to lose the dream." The name 'Isabella' was decided upon, Meyer explains, because "after spending so much time with [the character], I loved her like a daughter. ... Inspired by that love, I gave her the name I was saving for my daughter, ...Isabella."<ref name="dream"/>
 
 
Bella's positive reception at her new school in Forks, particularly her popularity with male characters, was modelled after Meyer's real life move from high school to college. Comparing her transitional experience to Bella's, Meyer noted that after her own move to college her "stock went through the roof," commenting that "beauty is a lot more subjective than you might think."<ref name="date">{{cite web |url=http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight_faq.html#pretty|title=Bella's Move to Another High School|publisher=Stepheniemeyer.com|accessdate=2008-08-06| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080730025202/http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight_faq.html| archivedate= 30 July 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref>
 
 
==Appearances==
 
===''Twilight''===
 
''[[Twilight (novel)|Twilight]]'' is about a seventeen-year-old girl named Bella Swan, who moves from her mother's home in [[Phoenix, Arizona]], to live with her father in her birthtown of [[Forks, Washington]]. There, she becomes intrigued by a student, [[Edward Cullen]]. When Edward saves her life, he exhibits super-human qualities. Bella learns from family friend [[Jacob Black]] that [[Quileute (tribe)|Quileute]] legends say the Cullen family are vampires.<ref name="twilightquote">{{cite book |title=Twilight|first=Stephenie |last=Meyer |authorlink=Stephenie Meyer |publisher=[[Little, Brown]] |month= |year=2005 |location=[[Park Avenue (Manhattan)|Park Avenue]], [[New York]], [[United States of America]] |isbn=978-0-316-01584-4 |quote=Blood drinkers," he replied in a chilling voice. "Your people call them vampires. |page=126 }}</ref> Edward eventually admits to this truth, though his family hunts only animals, not humans, through moral choice.<ref name="twilightquote1">{{cite book |title=Twilight|first=Stephenie |last=Meyer |authorlink=Stephenie Meyer |publisher=[[Little, Brown]] |month= |year=2005 |location=[[Park Avenue (Manhattan)|Park Avenue]], [[New York]], [[United States of America]] |isbn=978-0-316-01584-4 |quote=One night, a herd of deer passed his hiding place. He was so wild with thirst that he attacked without thought. His strength returned and he realized there was an alternative to being the vile monster he feared. |page=337 }}</ref> Edward constantly warns Bella against being with him, perceiving her life to be at constant risk if she continues to associate with him because the scent of her blood is more powerful to him than that of any other human he has ever encountered. Bella's love and confidence in Edward's restraint is such that his warnings go unheeded, and on an outing with the Cullens she becomes the target of a sadistic vampire, [[Minor characters in Twilight#James|James]]. With his family's help, Edward is able to save Bella from James' predations, but Edward is still unwilling to change Bella into a vampire himself.<ref name="deathbed">{{cite book |title=Twilight|first=Stephenie |last=Meyer |authorlink=Stephenie Meyer |publisher=[[Little, Brown]] |month= |year=2005 |location=[[Park Avenue (Manhattan)|Park Avenue]], [[New York]], [[United States of America]] |isbn=978-0-316-01584-4 |quote=Exactly", he [Edward] snapped. "And I won't end it [life] for you [Bella]. |page=475 }}</ref>
 
 
===''New Moon''===
 
''[[New Moon (novel)|New Moon]]'' begins on Bella's eighteenth birthday with her having a dream about being a lot older than her boyfriend Edward. During a party at the Cullens, she gets a small paper cut while opening an envelope. Edward's brother, Jasper, instinctively hungering for her blood, tries to attack her. Edward realizes that his relationship with Bella puts her in danger. In a misguided attempt to protect Bella, he convinces her that he no longer loves her and moves away with his family, leaving her heartbroken and depressed for months.
 
 
To appease her worried father, Bella goes to a movie with her friend Jessica. While there, she carelessly approaches a group of dangerous-looking men outside a bar and discovers she can hear Edward's voice when her adrenaline is high. Desperate to hear his voice again, Bella seeks out danger; she asks [[Jacob Black]] to repair two motorcycles and teach her to ride one. Their friendship grows to be very strong, and Jacob admits that he has romantic feelings for Bella, though she does not reciprocate them. When a vampire named [[List of Twilight characters#Laurent|Laurent]] tries to attack her, Bella is saved by a pack of giant wolves. Later, Bella learns that Jacob and other tribe members are shapeshifters who assume a wolf form to protect humans from vampires. Bella also discovers that the vampire [[List of Twilight characters#Victoria|Victoria]] has returned to Forks seeking to kill Bella to avenge her mate, James', death.''
 
 
To hear Edward's voice, Bella attempts [[diving#Non-competitive diving|cliff-diving]] and nearly drowns, but she is saved by Jacob. Edward, after being mistakenly informed by Rosalie that Bella has committed suicide, travels to [[Volterra|Volterra, Italy]], to request the [[List of Twilight characters#The Volturi|Volturi]] to destroy him. Alice returns to Forks and discovers Bella is alive; she and Bella pursue Edward to Italy and successfully prevent him from showing himself in daylight to humans, an act that would result in his execution. The trio are taken to the Volturi. Because Bella knows about vampires, the Volturi want to kill her, but Alice claims she has foreseen Bella becoming a vampire. Because most humans are unaware that vampires exist, the Volturi threaten to kill Bella if this does not happen soon. Upon returning home, Edward reveals to Bella that he never stopped loving her, he only left Forks because he thought it would protect Bella. He apologizes for this misguided action and asks for her forgiveness, which Bella quickly grants. Bella, intent on becoming a vampire, decides that Edward's family should vote on her fate. All but Rosalie and Edward vote affirmatively for her to be changed, but Edward agrees to change her himself if she will marry him first.<ref name="book2">[[Stephenie Meyer|Meyer, Stephenie]]. (2006) ''[[New Moon (novel)|New Moon]]''. 563pp.</ref>
 
 
===''Eclipse''===
 
''[[Eclipse (Meyer novel)|Eclipse]]'' continues the drama of Bella and Edward's relationship. Edward explains that he is reluctant to change Bella into a vampire because he believes that vampires are soulless creatures who have no place in heaven. Bella, whose opinion of marriage is jaded by her own parents' early divorce, agrees to marry Edward on the condition that he will make love to her while she is still human and then turn her into a [[vampire]]. He initially refuses, saying that he could easily lose control in the heat of the moment and unintentionally kill her. However, seeing how important it is to Bella, he agrees to try, but only after they are married.
 
 
The plot is driven by the machinations of the vampire [[Minor characters in Twilight#Victoria|Victoria]], who first encountered Bella and the Cullens during the first book, ''Twilight''. Victoria, seeking to avenge her lover, [[Minor characters in Twilight#James|James']], death, hunts Bella while building a new vampire army. To combat this threat, a grudging truce is struck between the Cullens and the Native American shape-shifting wolf pack led by [[Minor characters in Twilight#Sam Uley|Sam Uley]] and [[Jacob Black]], who pits himself against Edward as a love interest for Bella. Initially, Bella considers Jacob only as a friend but, despite her engagement to Edward, she shares a kiss with Jacob and realizes she loves him as well. Ultimately, Edward accepts Bella's love for Jacob and successfully destroys Victoria. Bella acknowledges that Edward is the most important person in her life, agreeing to announce their engagement to her father.<ref>[[Stephenie Meyer|Meyer, Stephenie]]. (2007) ''[[Eclipse (Meyer novel)|Eclipse]]''. 629pp.</ref>
 
 
===''Breaking Dawn''===
 
Near the beginning of ''[[Breaking Dawn]]'', Bella marries Edward. They spend their honeymoon on Isle Esme, a fictional small island off the coast of Brazil that was given to Esme as a gift from Carlisle. They [[consummate]] their marriage, but their lovemaking sparks a conflict between the newlywed couple: Edward is horrified that he has bruised his wife, but Bella insists that she is fine and wants Edward to make love to her again. He vows not to do so again while she is still human. He eventually gives in. Afterwards, Bella becomes very sick and realizes that she is pregnant with their child.
 
 
Edward is shocked and rushes Bella home to see Carlisle, who, as a doctor, confirms that she is expecting a child. As the pregnancy takes a toll on Bella's health, Edward tries to talk her into having an [[abortion]] to save her own life. However, Bella feels a bond with her unborn child and insists on giving birth. Soon, Edward comes to love the baby as well, after he hears its thoughts and learns that the baby loves Bella in return and doesn't mean to hurt her.
 
 
Bella nearly dies giving birth but Edward successfully delivers their baby girl and then injects his venom into Bella's heart, thus healing her wounds by turning her into a vampire. During Bella's painful transformation, Jacob imprints—an involuntary process in which a shape-shifter finds his soul mate—on the baby, [[List of Twilight characters#Renesmee Cullen|Renesmee Cullen]].
 
 
After a vampire named Irina mistakes Renesmee for an immortal vampire child (a creation that is forbidden in the vampire world), Alice foresee that the [[Volturi]] will arrive to destroy the Cullens as punishment for the alleged transgression. The Cullens found an array of vampire witnesses to observe the mortality of Renesmee. Bella soon discovers her ability to shield people from their mental thoughts and senses. Edward stands with Bella and their allies to convince the Volturi that Renesmee is not an immortal child and poses no threat to their existence. Once the Volturi leave, Edward and Bella are finally free to live their lives in peace with their daughter.<ref name="book4">[[Stephenie Meyer|Meyer, Stephenie]]. (2008) ''[[Breaking Dawn]]''. 756pp.</ref>
 
 
==Characterization==
 
===Physical appearance===
 
Bella is described in the novels as being very pale with brown hair, chocolate brown eyes, and a heart-shaped face. Beyond this, a detailed description of her appearance is never given in the series. Stephenie Meyer explains that she "left out a detailed description of Bella in the book so that the reader could more easily step into her shoes."<ref name="looks">{{cite web|url= http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight_faq.html#bella|title=What Does Bella Look Like?|publisher=Stepheniemeyer.com|accessdate=2008-09-02| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20081004225345/http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight_faq.html| archivedate= 4 October 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> While Meyer stresses that "Bella's looks are open to interpretation",<ref name="looks"/> she does supply her own personal interpretation on her website, describing Bella as: {{quote|"very fair-skinned, with long, straight, dark brown hair and chocolate brown eyes. Her face is heart-shaped—a wide forehead with a widow's peak, large, wide-spaced eyes, prominent cheekbones, and then a thin nose and a narrow jaw with a pointed chin. Her lips are a little out of proportion, a bit too full for her jaw line. Her eyebrows are darker than her hair and more straight than they are arched. She's five foot four inches tall, slender but not at all muscular, and weighs about 115 pounds. She has stubby fingernails because she has a nervous habit of biting them."<ref name="looks" />}} Bella also has a small crescent-shaped scar on her hand where she was bitten by James, a tracker vampire, in [[Twilight (novel)|''Twilight'']]. The scar is described as pale, always a few degrees colder than the rest of her body, and slightly sparkly in the sunlight.
 
 
After Bella was changed into a vampire by her husband [[Edward Cullen]] in ''Breaking Dawn'', in keeping with the appearance of most vampires, she became more beautiful, her eyes turned red, and her skin became paler and smoother.
 
 
===Personality traits and abilities===
 
Bella is described as being clumsy and stubborn. She is also said to be a terrible liar, but occasionally demonstrates good acting ability. She has a habit of biting her lower lip. She often exclaims: "Holy crow!" Bella becomes faint when she smells blood, though this no longer bothers her once she becomes a vampire. Stephenie Meyer has stated that Bella's "[[tragic flaw]]" in ''Eclipse'' is her lack of self-knowledge.<ref name="self">{{cite web|url=http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/ecl_faq.html |title=Eclipse FAQ|publisher=Stepheniemeyer.com|accessdate=2008-09-02| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20081005141619/http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/ecl_faq.html| archivedate= 5 October 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> After being turned into a vampire, she describes having a much clearer view of the world. She is also very self-controlled, being able to ignore the scent of human blood on her first hunting trip.<ref name="book4"/> Bella's private mind that was able to repel some vampires' mental abilities while she was human evolved after she became a vampire; her skill strengthened, allowing her to shield herself and those around her from other vampires' mental gifts.<ref name="book4"/> By the end of ''Breaking Dawn'', she is able to cast the shield away from herself. She is also described by Edward as "very graceful", even for a vampire, in comparison to her earlier clumsiness. In addition, Bella has the ability to shield herself and those around her from mental attacks from vampires such as Jane and Alec.
 
 
===Film portrayal===
 
In the [[The Twilight Saga (film series)|film adaptations]], Bella is portrayed by actress [[Kristen Stewart]].<ref name="greenlight">{{cite web |url=http://www.mtv.com/movies/news/articles/1581186/20080207/story.jhtml|title=Kristen Stewart chosen|publisher=[[MTV]]|accessdate=2008-08-20| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080725110745/http://www.mtv.com/movies/news/articles/1581186/20080207/story.jhtml| archivedate= 25 July 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> Meyer stated that she was "very excited" to see Stewart play the part and that she was "thrilled to have a Bella who has practice [in a vast array of film genres]", since, according to Meyer, ''Twilight'' has moments that fit into many genres.<ref name="excite">{{cite web |url=http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/twilight_movie.html StephenieMeyer.com|title=Excitement Towards Stewart's role|publisher=[[Stephenie Meyer]]|accessdate=2008-08-20}}</ref> Stewart wears contact lenses in the films in order to achieve a chocolate brown eye colour as described in the books.
 
 
==Reception==
 
Bella has received generally negative reception from critics. ''[[Publishers Weekly]]'' states that, after her transformation into a vampire, "it's almost impossible to identify with her" in ''[[Breaking Dawn]]''.<ref name="identify">{{cite web|title=Publisher's Weekly for Breaking Dawn|publisher=Publisher's Weekly |asin=031606792}}</ref> Lilah Lohr of the ''[[Chicago Tribune]]'' compares Bella's character to the story of the Quileute wolves and describes it as "less satisfying."<ref name="tribune">{{cite news |url=http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/lifestyle/chi-breaking-dawn-ovn-0804aug04,0,6855075.story|title=Chicago Tribune Breaking Dawn review |publisher=Chicago Tribune|accessdate=2008-08-08|deadurl=yes| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080808021326/http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/lifestyle/chi-breaking-dawn-ovn-0804aug04,0,6855075.story| archivedate= 8 August 2008 <!--DASHBot-->}} {{Dead link|date=February 2012|bot=RjwilmsiBot}}</ref> During ''Twilight'', [[Kirkus Reviews]] stated that "Bella's appeal is based on magic rather than character", but that her and Edward's "portrayal of dangerous lovers hits the spot".<ref name="kirkus">{{cite web |url=http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Twilight/Stephenie-Meyer/e/9780316015844/?itm=1|title=Twilight at Kirkus Reviews|publisher=Kirkus Reviews|accessdate=2008-08-08| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080808094857/http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Twilight/Stephenie-Meyer/e/9780316015844/?itm=1| archivedate= 8 August 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> In the review of ''New Moon'', ''[[Kirkus Reviews]]'' said that Bella's personality was "flat and obsessive".<ref name="kirkus2">{{cite web |url=http://search.barnesandnoble.com/New-Moon/Stephenie-Meyer/e/9780316024969/?itm=1|title=New Moon at Kirkus Reviews|publisher=Kirkus Reviews|accessdate=2008-08-08| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080808064831/http://search.barnesandnoble.com/New-Moon/Stephenie-Meyer/e/9780316024969/?itm=1| archivedate= 8 August 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> Laura Miller of ''[[salon.com]]'' said, in regards to Edward and Bella, "neither of them has much personality to speak of."<ref name="salon">{{cite web |url=http://www.salon.com/books/review/2008/07/30/Twilight/|title=Twilight series at salon.com|publisher=Salon.com|accessdate=2008-08-08| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080808040936/http://www.salon.com/books/review/2008/07/30/Twilight/| archivedate= 8 August 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> ''[[Entertainment Weekly]]'''s Jennifer Reese, in her review of ''Breaking Dawn'' noted, in regard to Bella, "You may wish she had loftier goals and a mind of her own, but these are fairy tales, and as a steadfast lover in the [[Disney]] princess mold, Bella has a certain saccharine appeal", and that during Bella's pregnancy "she is not only hard to identify with but positively horrifying, especially while guzzling human blood to nourish the infant."<ref name="EW">{{cite news |url=http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20217628,00.html|title=Entertainment Weekly Breaking Dawn review|publisher=[[Entertainment Weekly]]|accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2008-08-08| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080828033635/http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20217628,00.html| archivedate= 28 August 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> ''[[Washington Post]]'' journalist [[Elizabeth Hand]] noted how Bella was often described as breakable and that "Edward's habit of constantly pulling her onto his lap or having her ride on his back further emphasize her childlike qualities", continuing to write that "the overall effect is a weird infantilization that has repellent overtones to an adult reader and hardly seems like an admirable model to foist upon our daughters (or sons)."<ref name="Washington post">{{cite news |url=http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/08/07/AR2008080702528.html|title=Washington Post Review|publisher=[[Washington Post]]|accessdate=2008-08-20 | first=Elizabeth | last=Hand | date=2008-08-10}}</ref> Gina Dalfonzo, in an article posted on the ''[[National Review]]'' website, calls Bella "[[self-deprecating]]" before her transformation into a vampire, and afterwards she is "insufferably vain".<ref name="gina">{{cite web |url=http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=MTE4OTNmNzcxNDAzMTI3MTk5MWFkZTllNDQzZmZlNDA=&w=Mg==|title=National Review|publisher=[[National Review]]|accessdate=2008-08-22| archiveurl= http://web.archive.org/web/20080826232109/http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=MTE4OTNmNzcxNDAzMTI3MTk5MWFkZTllNDQzZmZlNDA=&w=Mg==| archivedate= 26 August 2008 <!--DASHBot-->| deadurl= no}}</ref> Dalfonzo also states that Bella gets what she wants and discovers her worth "by giving up her identity and throwing away nearly everything in life that matters."<ref name="gina"/>
 
 
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==External links==
 
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