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Quotes from Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitche
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1  Twill come to you, this love of land.
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2  Ashley couldn't, couldn't be in love with her.
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3  I tell you I love you and I know you must care about me because-- She stopped.
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4  An odd look came over Charles' face, incredulity and shame struggling with love.
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5  And I do not think she's been so much in love with him that she won't forget him.
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6  He's been broken hearted because he thinks I'm in love with Brent or Stuart or Cade.
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7  Because she hated herself, she hated them all with the fury of the thwarted and humiliated love of sixteen.
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8  It was a wonderful day for Charles, a dream day, and he had fallen in love with Scarlett with no effort at all.
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9  Lots of people said she was still in love with him, but then you could never tell what a Wilkes was thinking about.
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10  And, as her love for Scarlett and her pride in her were enormous, the chastening process was practically continuous.
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11  True, he never made love to her, nor did the clear gray eyes ever glow with that hot light Scarlett knew so well in other men.
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12  Brent liked India but he thought her mighty plain and tame, and he simply could not fall in love with her himself to keep Stuart company.
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13  The most beautiful girl I've ever known and the sweetest and the kindest, and you have the dearest ways and I love you with all my heart.
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14  He knew he had made India love him and he knew that she still loved him and, deep in his heart, he had the feeling that he had not played the gentleman.
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15  I cannot hope that you could love anyone like me but, my dear Miss O'Hara, if you can give me any encouragement, I will do anything in the world to make you love me.
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16  Now they were both in love with her, and India Wilkes and Letty Munroe, from Lovejoy, whom Brent had been half-heartedly courting, were far in the back of their minds.
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17  The things about him which she could not understand only made her love him more, and his odd, restrained courtship only served to increase her determination to have him for her own.
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18  Charles Hamilton had not risen with the others and, finding himself comparatively alone with Scarlett, he leaned closer and, with the daring born of new love, whispered a confession.
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19  She was constitutionally unable to endure any man being in love with any woman not herself, and the sight of India Wilkes and Stuart at the speaking had been too much for her predatory nature.
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20  The white children clamored to sit on his knee and be trotted, while he denounced to their elders the infamy of Yankee politicians; the daughters of his friends took him into their confidence about their love affairs, and the youths of the neighborhood, fearful of confessing debts of honor upon the carpets of their fathers, found him a friend in need.
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