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1  The better class of them, scorning freedom, were suffering as severely as their white masters.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVII
2  But they were stung that they must owe lives and freedom to Rhett Butler, a speculator and a Scallawag.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XLVI
3  She was dressed in black from her huge men's shoes, slashed to permit freedom for her toes, to her black head rag.
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4  Scarlett laughed with the rest at these sallies but, as always, the freedom with which the Tarletons treated their mother came as a shock.
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5  Dazzled by these tales, freedom became a never-ending picnic, a barbecue every day of the week, a carnival of idleness and theft and insolence.
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6  Soon Atlanta became accustomed to seeing Scarlett and her bodyguard and, from being accustomed, the ladies grew to envy her her freedom of movement.
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7  There was about his movements the same pagan freedom and leashed power Scarlett had noted that night Atlanta fell, something sinister and a little frightening.
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8  A curious sense of lightness, of freedom, pervaded her now that she had finally hardened her heart against all that bound her to the old days and the old Scarlett.
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9  She was soon released from the bonds she had assumed with so much haste and so little thought, but she was never again to know the careless freedom of her unmarried days.
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10  When the dish was empty and Gerald only midway in his remarks on the thievishness of Yankees who wanted to free darkies and yet offered no penny to pay for their freedom, Ellen rose.
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11  Many loyal field hands also refused to avail themselves of the new freedom, but the hordes of "trashy free issue niggers," who were causing most of the trouble, were drawn largely from the field-hand class.
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12  Now, in addition to this, Atlanta was full of wild rumors about the confiscation of property of offenders against military law, and Scarlett quaked lest she and Frank lose not only their freedom but the house, the store and the mill.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVII