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1  In fact, she was more than their wedge into society.
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2  To them, fresh from obscure beginnings, she WAS society.
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3  As I've told you before, that is the one unforgivable sin in any society.
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4  It was this happy feminine conspiracy which made Southern society so pleasant.
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5  It never occurred to Melanie that she was becoming the leader of a new society.
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6  But when the emergency had arisen he had gone off to fight for that same society, even as Archie had done.
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7  In this mongrel society thrown together by the exigencies of the political situation, there was but one thing in common.
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8  She only thought the people were nice to come to see her and to want her in their little sewing circles, cotillion clubs and musical societies.
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9  She was their opening wedge into the old society they wished to enter, the society which scorned them, would not return calls and bowed frigidly in churches.
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10  This new honor came to her after an exciting joint meeting of those societies which threatened to end in violence and the severance of lifelong ties of friendship.
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11  It was as if Atlanta society, scattered and wrecked by war, depleted by death, bewildered by change, had found in her an unyielding nucleus about which it could re-form.
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12  The bitter words Rhett had spoken in the early days of the war came back to her, and she remembered him saying he would never fight for a society that had made him an outcast.
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13  While the society of up-country Georgia was not so impregnable as that of the Coast aristocrats, no family wanted a daughter to wed a man about whose grandfather nothing was known.
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14  Certainly in those black days after the war when Pitty was faced with the alternative of Brother Henry or starvation, Scarlett had kept her home for her, fed her, clothed her and enabled her to hold up her head in Atlanta society.
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15  It did not occur to her that Ellen could not have foreseen the collapse of the civilization in which she raised her daughters, could not have anticipated the disappearings of the places in society for which she trained them so well.
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16  Around Melanie's tactful and self-effacing person, there rapidly grew up a clique of young and old who represented what was left of the best of Atlanta's ante-bellum society, all poor in purse, all proud in family, die-hards of the stoutest variety.
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17  While Pitty knew Ellen would disapprove of his calls on her daughter, and knew also that the edict of Charleston banning him from polite society was not one to be lightly disregarded, she could no more resist his elaborate compliments and hand kissing than a fly can resist a honey pot.
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