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THE PHENOMENAL #1 BESTSELLING SEQUEL TO MARGARET MITCHELL'S GONE WITH THE WIND"Alexandra Ripley is true to Scarlett's spirit and to Rhett's . Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind by, unknown Download ebook for print-disabled Download Protected DAISY. Set against the dramatic backdrop of the American Civil War, Margaret All our eBooks are FREE to download, but first you must sign in or create an account. Above all, it is the story of beautiful, ruthless Scarlett O'Hara and the dashing.
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She leaves a note to Rhett's mother with Rhett's sister, Rosemary, who burns the note. Scarlett connects with the Savannah O'Haras against her maternal family's wishes.
Scarlett's grandfather offers Scarlett his inheritance if she remains with him in Savannah until his death and avoids contact with her father's side of the family. Scarlett refuses and storms out of the house.
She goes to stay with her cousin Jamie and his family. Soon another cousin named Colum, a priest from Ireland, joins them. Scarlett agrees to travel to Ireland with him. By this time Scarlett has realized that she is pregnant with Rhett's child but she keeps her pregnancy hidden. In Ireland, Scarlett is heartily welcomed by her Irish kin.
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Exploring with Colum, they pass an old house called 'Ballyhara'; it was O'Hara land long ago before the English seized it. Scarlett soon receives a notification of divorce from Rhett. She makes plans to leave for America but learns that Rhett is now married to Anne Hampton, who is said to resemble Melanie Wilkes. Heartbroken, Scarlett decides to remain in Ireland. She works with lawyers and leaves her two-third share of her father's plantation, Tara, to her son Wade Hamilton fathered by her first husband, Charles Hamilton, brother of Melanie Wilkes , buys Ballyhara and settles down in Ireland, to her Irish family's delight.
She and Colum tell everyone that her husband died rather than tell the truth that she was divorced. As Ballyhara is restored, Scarlett eagerly awaits the birth of her child, praying for it to be a girl and vowing to be a good mother. She is well respected by the townspeople and her family, earning her a reputation as a hard worker. She becomes known as The O'Hara, a title reserved for the undisputed leader of a family clan.
On Halloween night, her water breaks. Her housekeeper, Mrs.
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Fitzpatrick, and the midwife whom Colum summons are unable to handle the situation, and it appears that Scarlett will die. Instead, she is saved by a wise old woman who lives near the haunted tower. The Caesarian birth is successful, but internal damage is done to Scarlett, who can no longer have children.
The baby, a girl, is born with dark skin like Rhett's, but with blue eyes that slowly turn green. After Scarlett has settled down in Ballyhara, she runs into Rhett a number of times—in America while she is on the boat to Boston, at a fair where she admits she still loves him, and at a hunt a week later.
He still does not know he has a child. He then seeks her out at a society ball and Scarlett realizes he still loves her. Lord Fenton, one of the wealthiest men in Europe, pursues Scarlett, wanting to marry her.
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Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Print version: Ripley, Alexandra. Document, Fiction, Internet resource Document Type: Alexandra Ripley ; Margaret Mitchell Find more information about: Alexandra Ripley Margaret Mitchell. What happens to Ashley now that Melanie is gone? Although born to the ease of plantation life, waited on hand and foot since infancy, the faces of the three on the porch were neither slack nor soft. They had the vigor and alertness of country people who have spent all their lives in the open and troubled their heads very little with dull things in books.
Life in the north Georgia county of Clayton was still new and, according to the standards of Augusta, Savannah and Charleston, a little crude. The more sedate and older sections of the South looked down their noses at the up-country Georgians, but here in north Georgia, a lack of the niceties of classical education carried no shame, provided a man was smart in the things that mattered.
In these accomplishments the twins excelled, and they were equally outstanding in their notorious inability to learn anything contained between the covers of books. Their family had more money, more horses, more slaves than any one else in the County, but the boys had less grammar than most of their poor Cracker neighbors.
Scarlett : the sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the wind
It was for this precise reason that Stuart and Brent were idling on the porch of Tara this April afternoon. They had just been expelled from the University of Georgia, the fourth university that had thrown them out in two years; and their older brothers, Tom and Boyd, had come home with them, because they refused to remain at an institution where the twins were not welcome.
Stuart and Brent considered their latest expulsion a fine joke, and Scarlett, who had not willingly opened a book since leaving the Fayetteville Female Academy the year before, thought it just as amusing as they did.