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1  She did not especially want to go to Atlanta.
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2  And he hasn't any parents to bother me and he lives in Atlanta.
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3  Train loads of troops passed through Jonesboro daily on their way north to Atlanta and Virginia.
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4  He hadn't been in Atlanta more than twice since the house party he gave last year at Twelve Oaks.
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5  Scarlett thought quickly but could remember no family in the County or Atlanta or Savannah by that name.
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6  But Atlanta was of her own generation, crude with the crudities of youth and as headstrong and impetuous as herself.
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7  There were families from as far as Lovejoy, ten miles away, and from Fayetteville and Jonesboro, a few even from Atlanta and Macon.
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8  Of course, she would have to be remarried by a priest from Atlanta, but that would be something for Ellen and Gerald to worry about.
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9  They've been kicking up their heels ever since we heard the news this morning about Ashley and that little cousin of his from Atlanta.
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10  Atlanta had always interested her more than any other town because when she was a child Gerald had told her that she and Atlanta were exactly the same age.
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11  Charles' aunt, Miss Pittypat Hamilton, had written her several times, urging her to permit Scarlett to come to Atlanta for a long visit, and now for the first time Ellen considered it seriously.
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12  Her new green flowered-muslin dress spread its twelve yards of billowing material over her hoops and exactly matched the flat-heeled green morocco slippers her father had recently brought her from Atlanta.
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13  Gerald bragged that she was the belle of five counties, and with some truth, for she had received proposals from nearly all the young men in the neighborhood and many from places as far away as Atlanta and Savannah.
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14  She had hoped against hope that something would keep Melanie Hamilton in Atlanta where she belonged, and the knowledge that even her father approved of her sweet quiet nature, so different from her own, forced her into the open.
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15  So Scarlett's trunk was packed again with her mourning clothes and off she went to Atlanta with Wade Hampton and his nurse Prissy, a headful of admonitions as to her conduct from Ellen and Mammy and a hundred dollars in Confederate bills from Gerald.
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16  She discovered when she grew older that Gerald had stretched the truth somewhat, as was his habit when a little stretching would improve a story; but Atlanta was only nine years older than she was, and that still left the place amazingly young by comparison with any other town she had ever heard of.
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17  But when the dancing and toasting were finally ended and the dawn was coming, when all the Atlanta guests who could be crowded into Tara and the overseer's house had gone to sleep on beds, sofas and pallets on the floor and all the neighbors had gone home to rest in preparation for the wedding at Twelve Oaks the next day, then the dreamlike trance shattered like crystal before reality.
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