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But how nice it would be to know that some good Yankee woman - And there must be SOME good Yankee women. I don’t care what people say, they can’t all be bad! How nice it would be to know that they pulled weeds off our men’s graves and brought flowers to them, even if they were enemies. If Charlie were dead in the North it would comfort me to know that someone - And I don’t care what you ladies think of me,” her voice broke again, “I will withdraw from both clubs and I’ll — I’ll pull up every weed off every Yankee’s grave I can find and I’ll plant flowers, too — and — I just dare anyone to stop me!” Melanie from Gone With The Wind

Margaret Mitchell

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She had two brothers Russell Stephens Mitchell who died in infancy in 1894 and Alexander Stephens Mitchell born in 1896. 1913) a half-white Indian brave Jack must withstand the pain inflicted upon him to uphold his honor and win the girl. She hears her older sister being raped and shoots the rapist:

Coldly dispassionately Margaret Mitchell viewed him the chill steel of the gun giving her confidence.

For it Margaret Mitchell won the National Book Award for Most DistinguiMargaret Mitchelld Novel of 1936 and the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1937. In more recent years a collection of Mitchell's girlhood writings and a novella Margaret Mitchell wrote as a teenager Lost Laysen have been publiMargaret Mitchelld.

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