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1  "Yes, and dead, poor thing," said Ellen.
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2  But it was not of dead Charles she was thinking.
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3  I just couldn't believe my eyes, and poor Charlie hardly dead a year.
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4  And I'd rather they'd both be dead than here at home-- Oh, darling, I'm sorry.
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5  Now that Charles was dead, her place and her son's place were with his kindred.
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6  I'm not dead enough for you to pull down the shades--though I might as well be.
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7  She wished she were dead, this very minute, then everyone would be sorry they had been so hateful.
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8  Scarlett had wept with despair at the knowledge that she was pregnant and wished that she were dead.
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9  Dead men and dead horses, yes, and dead mules, lying by the road, swollen, covered with flies, but nothing alive.
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10  Oh, it wasn't fair that she should have a dead husband and a baby yelling in the next room and be out of everything that was pleasant.
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11  Something, someone has made you realize that the unfortunate Mr. Wilkes is too large a mouthful of Dead Sea fruit for even you to chew.
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12  And should a gentleman be so ill bred as to indicate an interest in her, she must freeze him with a dignified but well-chosen reference to her dead husband.
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13  Melanie had also been made secretary for both the Association for the Beautification of the Graves of Our Glorious Dead and the Sewing Circle for the Widows and Orphans of the Confederacy.
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14  He subscribed handsomely to the fund for the repairs of the Episcopal Church and he gave a large, but not vulgarly large, contribution to the Association for the Beautification of the Graves of Our Glorious Dead.
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15  When she had finished her prayers for those beneath the roof of Tara, her father, mother, sisters, three dead babies and "all the poor souls in Purgatory," she clasped her white beads between long fingers and began the Rosary.
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16  Flies, mosquitoes and gnats hovered in droning, singing swarms over the wards, tormenting the men to curses and weak sobs; and Scarlett, scratching her own mosquito bites, swung palmetto fans until her shoulders ached and she wished that all the men were dead.
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17  The Thalians, the Sewing Circle for the Widows and Orphans of the Confederacy, the Association for the Beautification of the Graves of Our Glorious Dead, the Saturday Night Musical Circle, the Ladies' Evening Cotillion Society, the Young Men's Library were all involved.
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