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1  He took a step backward, his hand going to his face.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXIII
2  Scarlett clutched the seat, so surprised that she almost fell backwards.
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3  She went down the stairs backwards, feeling a sickening dart of pain in her ribs as she landed.
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4  He bent her body backward and his lips traveled down her throat to where the cameo fastened her basque.
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5  She went up the stairs with a backward look of reproach which was noticed by neither Scarlett nor Rhett.
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6  She flounced off without a word, without even a backward look, and he laughed softly and clicked to the horse.
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7  The man crashed backwards to the floor, sprawling into the dining room with a violence that shook the furniture.
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8  Melly looked despairingly backward but hammered her heels into the horse and, with a scattering of gravel, was off down the drive toward the pasture.
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9  Her neck, rising from the black taffeta sheath of her basque, was creamy-skinned, rounded and slender, and it seemed always tilted slightly backward by the weight of her luxuriant hair in its net at the back of her head.
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10  Throughout the South for fifty years there would be bitter-eyed women who looked backward, to dead times, to dead men, evoking memories that hurt and were futile, bearing poverty with bitter pride because they had those memories.
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11  Had Ashley yielded, she could have gone away with him and left family and friends without a backward look but, even in her emptiness, she knew it would have torn her heart to leave these dear red hills and long washed gullies and gaunt black pines.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXII