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1  Scarlett was glad to be done with passion and marriage.
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2  That marriage should be like this was no surprise to her.
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3  But there were two difficulties in the way of marriage into the County families.
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4  Love isn't enough to make a successful marriage when two people are as different as we are.
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5  Widowhood had crowded closely on the heels of marriage but, to her dismay, motherhood soon followed.
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6  She had been thinking of marriage and of Ashley, and she looked at Charles with poorly concealed irritation.
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7  War and marriage and childbirth had passed over her without touching any deep chord within her and she was unchanged.
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8  "Maybe there won't be any war," Mrs. Tarleton temporized, her mind diverted completely from the Wilkeses' odd marriage habits.
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9  Even with Honey, with whom he had an unspoken understanding of marriage when he came into his property next fall, he was diffident and silent.
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10  Ellen, sensitive to the bonds of kin, be they blood or marriage, wrote back reluctantly agreeing that she must stay but demanding Wade and Prissy be sent home immediately.
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11  Ellen had been given this preparation for marriage which any well- brought-up young lady received, and she also had Mammy, who could galvanize the most shiftless negro into energy.
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12  Ellen had hinted before the wedding that marriage was something women must bear with dignity and fortitude, and the whispered comments of other matrons since her widowhood had confirmed this.
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13  Dilcey was head woman and midwife at Twelve Oaks, and, since the marriage six months ago, Pork had deviled his master night and day to buy Dilcey, so the two could live on the same plantation.
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14  James and Andrew might have some advice to offer on this subject of marriage, and there might be daughters among their old friends who would both meet his requirements and find him acceptable as a husband.
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15  Careless of the disapproval of Aunt Pitty's friends, she behaved as she had behaved before her marriage, went to parties, danced, went riding with soldiers, flirted, did everything she had done as a girl, except stop wearing mourning.
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16  Before marriage, young girls must be, above all other things, sweet, gentle, beautiful and ornamental, but, after marriage, they were expected to manage households that numbered a hundred people or more, white and black, and they were trained with that in view.
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17  She was done with marriage but not with love, for her love for Ashley was something different, having nothing to do with passion or marriage, something sacred and breathtakingly beautiful, an emotion that grew stealthily through the long days of her enforced silence, feeding on oft-thumbed memories and hopes.
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