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    of paper ... ... takes Bonnie to London. Once arriving, Bonnie says she hates in London and wants to go back home to see her mother. Rhett takes Bonnie back home and says he's leaving. Scarlett explains to him that she's pregnant again. They both said that they don't want the baby. Scarlett falls down the stairs in order to induce a miscarriage. Melanie and Rhett watch Bonnie jump from her horse and die in the same manner that Gerald had done earlier. Mammy asks for Melanie's assistance after

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    in this picture. All these characteristic Scarlett may possess but does not use to prove her character as feminist. We can prove that she is not a feminist character by using the historical context, her character traits and her relationship with Rhett Butler. Starting with the historical context, we find that Scarlett O'Hara is not a feminist. All though out this artifact, Gone With the Wind, the Civil War is present with a focus on the South. In this film, we meet Scarlett O'Hara who is lovesick

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    Scarlett by Alexandra Ripley

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    Scarlett by Alexandra Ripley "Scarlett" is about a southern woman who had survived the Civil War, had been widowed twice with two children. She got married again to Rhett Butler, and they had a daughter who was killed when she fell off a horse. Since the death of the child, her husband did not want anything to do with Scarlett. Rhett gave Scarlett all the money she needed, but she wanted him. Heartbroken, she went to Ireland where her father came from. She did not tell anyone in America that she

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    Introduction Written in 1936, Gone With the Wind was an instant classic and became a best seller despite being released during the Great Depression. In the following year, author Margret Mitchell also won the Pulitzer Prize for the book. Since then the book has sold over thirty million copies and maintains its popularity with readers to this day despite being set during a time where modern-day readers might not be able to understand. Mitchell was simply telling a story set in America’s past, a history

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    Ku Klux Klan in the movie, but in the book Scarlett’s second husband, Frank Kennedy, is a member of the Klan. Some of the sexual aspects of in the book such as Rhett’s relationship with the prostitute, Belle Whatling and the scene where a drunken Rhett takes Scarlett to the bedroom were not as explicit in the movie as they were in the book. I enjoyed both the movie and the book. Obviously, there are aspects of the movie that could not be duplicated in the book. For example, the score, written by

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    The Character of Scarlet in Gone With the Wind "My Dear, I don't give a damn," (718) Rhett Butler says this infamous quote to Scarlet O'Hara at the end of Gone With the Wind (1934), when the woman has finally poured her soul to him. The novel Gone with the Wind (1934) by Margaret Mitchell is a classic about the hard times suffered during and after the Civil War. Scarlet lives in the Confederacy and everyone there is for fighting for his or her noble Cause. The young southern belle Scarlet O'Hara

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    pay them, but she’d rather let Tara burn than give it to the tax collectors. When Scarlett returns to Atlanta after a grueling few seasons at Tara, she decides that she wants to get the money she so desperately needs from Rhett. She thinks, “She had very little feeling about Rhett being hanged. Her need of money was too pressing, too desperate, for her to bother about his ultimate fate...If she could somehow manage to marry him while he was in jail, all those millions would be hers and hers alone should

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    In Jeopardy

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    mouth, inside were jagged teeth outlined with a thin red liquid of some sort. The man kept his balance through a polished oak cane. In the other hand the ghoulish man clutched a ... ... middle of paper ... ...then passed the phone to the techies, Rhett and Link. Meanwhile, Nigel was trying to dichotomize the watch without actually damaging it, it technically was not his. After pressing a few buttons, the watch seemed to turn alive, “Calling Leonard Hollis”. “Wait, what was that? Did the phone start

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    that many individuals are not cognizant of the fact that society rests upon conventions.  Consequently, these individuals often exist with twisted ideas of reality.  Conclusions in this realm parallel closely with arguments made by Samuel Butler in his novel, Erewhon. "In spite of all the to-do they make about their idols, and the temples they build, and the priests and priestesses whom they support, I could never think that their professed religion was more than skin-deep;

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    Butler, Tennessee

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    The town of Butler is not a very well known place, but I would not trade anything in the world for it. In this quaint little town one will find a wide variety of year round activities and traditional festivals. I have traveled to many places in our nation and to other nations, but I have yet to find a place that is as dear to me as my hometown. Most of the inhabitants of Butler will tell you the same thing, whether they have traveled or not. Butler has such a picturesque landscape that it is often

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