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1  It was this happy feminine conspiracy which made Southern society so pleasant.
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2  Melanie murmured something about how happy she was that Honey would be her sister.
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3  "Darling, I don't care a thing about Brent," declared Scarlett, happy enough to be generous.
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4  She had cast down her eyes demurely, her heart beating with wild pleasure, thinking the happy moment had come.
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5  She was only seventeen, she had superb health and energy, and Charles' people did their best to make her happy.
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6  She felt so excited and happy this morning that she included the whole world, as well as Gerald, in her affection.
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7  Because she had always been happy, she wanted everyone about her to be happy or, at least, pleased with themselves.
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8  Ellen's life was not easy, nor was it happy, but she did not expect life to be easy, and, if it was not happy, that was woman's lot.
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9  Scarlett, sitting on the stump, thought of those words which had made her so happy, and suddenly they took on another meaning, a hideous meaning.
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10  Then she would make him happy again by letting him discover that, popular though she was, she preferred him above any other man in all the world.
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11  "Well, I won't be happy to have Scarlett for my sister, because she's a fast piece if ever I saw one," came the aggrieved voice of Hefty Tarleton.
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12  He had gone up there and established a plantation; but, now the house had burned down, he was tired of the "accursed place" and would be most happy to get it off his hands.
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13  Scarlett had a sudden treacherous desire to cry out, "But you've been happy, and you and Mother aren't alike," but she repressed it, fearing that he would box her ears for her impertinence.
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14  The difference between the two girls lay in the fact that Melanie spoke kind and flattering words from a desire to make people happy, if only temporarily, and Scarlett never did it except to further her own aims.
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15  "I don't know why you're so happy this morning," said Suellen crossly, for the thought still rankled in her mind that she would look far better in Scarlett's green silk dancing frock than its rightful owner would.
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16  He was happy, pleasantly excited over the prospect of spending the day shouting about the Yankees and the war, and proud of his three pretty daughters in their bright spreading hoop skirts beneath foolish little lace parasols.
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17  So she danced through the night of Ashley's wedding in a daze and said things mechanically and smiled and irrelevantly wondered at the stupidity of people who thought her a happy bride and could not see that her heart was broken.
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