1 Scarlett blew her nose on her torn handkerchief, and they started up the dark drive arm in arm, the horse following slowly.
2 Rhett Butler removed a fine linen handkerchief from his coat pocket and idly flicked dust from his sleeve.
3 "Oh, now I've made you cry, too," sobbed Pittypat, in a pleased way, fumbling in her skirt pocket for her handkerchief.
4 She smiled at Scarlett, whimsically, as the music ended, making a little moue of apology as she dabbed with her handkerchief.
5 Scarlett cast a despairing glance at Melly, who twisted her handkerchief helplessly and went out, softly pulling the sliding doors together.
6 "That I was talking to that--to Miss--Mrs. --" Melanie fanned her hot face with her handkerchief.
7 Melanie held out a man's handkerchief, soiled and highly perfumed, in which some coins were knotted.
8 She was looking at the dirty handkerchief, and humiliation and fury were filling her.
9 In her top drawer was a handkerchief just like this, one that Rhett Butler had lent her only yesterday to wrap about the stems of wild flowers they had picked.
10 She would take this handkerchief and fling it in his face and show him the door and never, never speak to him again.
11 And, crumbling the handkerchief in her hand, she went down the stairs to the kitchen in search of Uncle Peter.
12 As she passed the stove, she shoved the handkerchief into the flames and with impotent anger watched it burn.
13 It was a ghastly trip home, with Aunt Pitty crying into her handkerchief, Melanie sitting erect and white and Scarlett slumped, stunned in the corner of the carriage.
14 Most of them carried only a carpetbag and a scanty lunch done up in a bandana handkerchief.
15 He laughed until he choked, peering at her in the shadows as she sat, stricken dumb, pressing her handkerchief to her mouth.