Buzzsugar.com interviewed Rob. The only part that is different from other interviews is this:
That’s true, Edward is extremely chivalrous in the book, which actually made me wonder if you thought of him as just a regular teenage guy, with, you know, teenage thoughts — or this 100-something-year-old mature being who's wise beyond his years?
Well, what I wanted to do — he still has the mentality of a 17-year-old, but he's seen all these things, so he's a bit jaded in a way. But at the same time, if you keep experiencing different stuff through the same eyes, you get a very crude vision of the world, and I think that makes him jaded — kind of more jaded than if you were just 108, because he has no level of acceptance, where if you are 108 years old, you're like, "Oh well, I’m going to die soon." But [Edward's] just still fighting with everything. Still fighting about, you know, when you’re 17 you're fighting everybody. You have a very volatile character and it just has never died down. But I never thought of him of more than a regular guy — I mean I grew up being kind of polite to people. I think he’s a normal kid. Also, I think being with [his father] Carlisle. . . I feel a father figure has put bounds around everything that is right and true. . . he's instilled those morals and virtues into him. He tries to live a little bit more like that.
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