The Many Attacks on 'Twilight'

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Stephenie Meyers's teen-vampire saga has angered an astonishing range of people, from feminists to Christians to Stephen King

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On the surface Twilight seems harmless enough. It's a relatively straighforward tale about a human girl who falls in love with a century-old vampire. But in the six years since the series' first book was published, Stephenie Meyer's teen vampire saga has angered an astounding range of people: feminists, Christians, best-selling authors, and more.

With the fourth installment of the film adaptation coming out on Friday, here's a look at all the reasons people have gotten mad about Twilight:

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Eleanor Barkhorn is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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