Chapter 1 Scarlett's Jealousy
What do we care if we were expelled from college,
would have left college anyhow.
Oh, isn't it exciting, Scarlett? You know those poor
Yankees actually want a war?
We'll show 'em.
Fiddle-dee-dee. War, war, war. This war talk is
going to be any war.
Not going to be any war?
If either of you boys says "war" just once again,
I'll go in the house and slam the door.
But Scarlett honey..
Don't you want us to have a war?
Wait a minute, Scarlett...
We'll talk about this...
No please, we'll do anything you say...
aren't you, Scarlett?
think about that tomorrow.
And we want all your waltzes, there's first Brent,
then me, then Brent, then me again, then Saul.
I just love to.
If only ..if only I didn't have every one of them
Honey, you can't do that to us.
How about if we tell you a secret?
Secret? Who by?
Well, you know Miss Melanie Hamilton, from Atlanta?
Ashley Wilkes' cousin? Well she's visiting the Wilkes
at Twelve Oaks.
Melanie Hamilton, that goody-goody. Who wants no
secret about her.
Well, anyway we heard...
That is, they say..
Now do we get those waltzes?
It can't be true...Ashley loves me.
(Scarlett couldn't accept the fact of Ashley's
marriage, she rushes to find her father. Mr. O'Hara
is just back from a ride.)
(To his horse) There's none in the county can touch
you, and none in the state.
Well, it is Scarlett O'Hara. So, you've been spying
on me. And like your sister Sue Ellen, you'll be
Oh, Paw, you know I'm no 'tattle like Sue Ellen. But
last year jumping that same fence......
jump and not jump. It's my own neck, so it is.
All right Paw, you jump what you please. How are they
all over at Twelve Oaks?
The Wilkes? Oh, what you expect, with the barbecue
tomorrow and talking, nothing but war...
her brother Charles. SCARLETT
Melanie Hamilton. She's a pale-faced mealy-mouthed
ninny and I hate her.
It's...it's nothing. Let's go into the house, Paw.
No, nor will he. I have it in strictest confidence
at the ball.
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