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1  I don't want to go to Charleston or have a house or marry the twins.
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2  If you say 'war' just once more, I'll go in the house and shut the door.
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3  He hadn't been in Atlanta more than twice since the house party he gave last year at Twelve Oaks.
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4  If she had to wait much longer, Mammy would certainly come in search of her and bully her into the house.
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5  With a ruthless singleness of purpose, he desired his own house, his own plantation, his own horse, his own slaves.
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6  Near the house, Scarlett was at the point of speaking again when she saw her mother in the dim shadows of the porch.
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7  That was all the road meant now--a road to Ashley and the beautiful white-columned house that crowned the hill like a Greek Temple.
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8  As soon as she was beneath the gnarled arms of the cedars, she knew she was safe from observation from the house and she slowed her swift pace.
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9  From within the house floated the soft voice of Scarlett's mother, Ellen O'Hara, as she called to the little black girl who carried her basket of keys.
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10  To Scarlett, there was something breath-taking about Ellen O'Hara, a miracle that lived in the house with her and awed her and charmed and soothed her.
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11  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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12  Soon she was at the end of the driveway and out on the main road, but she did not stop until she had rounded a curve that put a large clump of trees between her and the house.
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13  She was shining black, pure African, devoted to her last drop of blood to the O'Haras, Ellen's mainstay, the despair of her three daughters, the terror of the other house servants.
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14  The whitewashed brick plantation house seemed an island set in a wild red sea, a sea of spiraling, curving, crescent billows petrified suddenly at the moment when the pink-tipped waves were breaking into surf.
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15  On the hill across the river, the tall white chimneys of the Wilkes' home faded gradually into the darkness of the thick oaks surrounding them, and only far-off pin points of supper lamps showed that a house was here.
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16  Mr. O'Hara," called Ellen as she saw the two coming up the driveway--Ellen belonged to a generation that was formal even after seventeen years of wedlock and the bearing of six children-- "Mr. O'Hara, there is illness at the Slattery house.
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17  Scarlett could not imagine her mother's hands without her gold thimble or her rustling figure unaccompanied by the small negro girl whose sole function in life was to remove basting threads and carry the rosewood sewing box from room to room, as Ellen moved about the house superintending the cooking, the cleaning and the wholesale clothes-making for the plantation.
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