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Quotes from Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitche
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1  Of a sudden, it was no longer bleak winter.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXI
2  I should never have let you leave Tara last winter.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XLI
3  The dim gloom of drawn blinds and winter twilight closed about her.
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4  If the commissary took her stock, Tara could not possibly live through the winter.
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5  There went the tax money and part of the money which was to see them through this bitter winter.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVII
6  But the South had needed the cheering news from Chickamauga to strengthen its morale through the winter.
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7  She remembered her promise given last winter in the orchard, that she would never again throw herself at his head.
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8  In the dull twilight of the winter afternoon she came to the end of the long road which had begun the night Atlanta fell.
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9  Gerald had changed from a wealthy man to a man who was wondering how he would feed his family and his negroes through the winter.
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10  He was not fearing the things she feared, not the gnawing of an empty stomach, nor the keenness of the winter wind nor eviction from Tara.
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11  This was a section that knew the chill of winter, as well as the heat of summer, and there was a vigor and energy in the people that was strange to her.
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12  Scarlett shivered as she watched him run down the walk to the carriage, his saber glinting in the feeble winter sunlight, the fringe of his sash dancing jauntily.
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13  Suddenly Scarlett shivered and saw, as if coming back from a long journey, that it was winter and the fields were bare and harsh with stubble and she was very cold.
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14  It meant fresh pork for the white folks and chitterlings for the negroes when cold weather and hog-killing time should arrive, and it meant food for the winter for all.
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15  The wooden awnings cut off most of the winter daylight and the interior was dim and dingy, only a trickle of light coming in through the small fly-specked windows high up on the side walls.
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16  The army, driven back into Virginia, went into winter quarters on the Rapidan--a tired, depleted army since the defeat at Gettysburg-- and as the Christmas season approached, Ashley came home on furlough.
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17  Her heavy earbobs with their long gold fringe hung down from loops of tidily netted hair, swinging close to her brown eyes, eyes that had the still gleam of a forest pool in winter when brown leaves shine up through quiet water.
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18  Along the roadside the blackberry brambles were concealing with softest green the savage red gulches cut by the winter's rains, and the bare granite boulders pushing up through the red earth were being draped with sprangles of Cherokee roses and compassed about by wild violets of palest purple hue.
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