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'''Mr. Mason''' is a fictional character in [[Stephenie Meyer]]'s ''[[Twilight Saga|Twilight]]'' series. He is Bella's English teacher during her junior year.
 
'''Mr. Mason''' is a fictional character in [[Stephenie Meyer]]'s ''[[Twilight Saga|Twilight]]'' series. He is Bella's English teacher during her junior year.
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==Biography==
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===''Twilight''===
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Mr. Mason sits Bella at the back of the class on her first day. He makes her flush twice; on her first day and when he comments on her late arrival to his English class. Bella writes a paper for Mr. Mason on whether Shakespeare’s treatment of the female characters in Macbeth was misogynistic.<ref>http://www.twilightlexicon.com/the-lexicon/character-bios/teachers-at-forks-high-school/</ref>
   
 
==Physical appearance==
 
==Physical appearance==
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Mr. Mason
Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Affiliation
Occupation

11th Grade English Teacher of Forks High School

Mr. Mason is a fictional character in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series. He is Bella's English teacher during her junior year.

BiographyEdit

TwilightEdit

Mr. Mason sits Bella at the back of the class on her first day. He makes her flush twice; on her first day and when he comments on her late arrival to his English class. Bella writes a paper for Mr. Mason on whether Shakespeare’s treatment of the female characters in Macbeth was misogynistic.[1]

Physical appearanceEdit

He is described as being tall and balding.

Appearances Edit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


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