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What do we care if we were expelled from college? The war is gonna start any day. We would've left college anyhow. War! Isn't it exciting, Scarlett? You know those fool Yankees actually want a war? We'll show them. Fiddle-dee-dee! War, war, war.
This war talk's spoiling all the fun at every party this spring. Scarlett: I get so bored I could scream. Besides, there isn't going to be any war. Not gonna be any war? Why, honey, of course there's going to be a war! If either of you 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? Well but remember I warned you. I've got an idea. We'll talk about the Wilkes' barbecue at Twelve Oaks. That's a good idea. Aren't you eating barbecue with us? I hadn't thought about that yet.
I'll think about that tomorrow. We want all your waltzes. First Brent, then me, then Brent, then me again, and so on. Promise? I'd just love to. If only I didn't have every one of them taken already. Why, honey, you can't do that to us. How about if we tell you a secret?
A secret? Who about? You know Miss Melanie Hamilton from Atlanta? Ashley Wilkes' cousin. She's visiting the Wilkes That goody-goody! Who wants to know a secret about her? Anyway, we heard, that is, they say Ashley Wilkes is gonna marry her. The Wilkeses always marry their cousins.
Now do we get those waltzes? Of course. The other boys will be hopping mad. Let them be mad. We can handle them! It can't be true. Ashley loves me. Scarlett! What has gotten into her? Do you suppose we made her mad? Where are you going without your shawl, and the night air fixing to set in?
How come you didn't ask them gentlemen to stay for supper? You ain't got no more manners than a field hand after me and Miss Ellen done labored with you. Miss Scarlett, come on in the house! Come on in before you catch your death of dampness. No! I'll wait for Pa to come home
from the Wilkes'. Come on in here! Come on! Quitting time. Who says it's quitting time? I says it's quitting time. I's the foreman. I's the one that says when it's quitting time at Tara! Quitting time! Quitting time!
There's none in the county can touch you, and none in the state. Pa! So proud of yourself you are. Well, Katie Scarlett O'Hara. So you've been spying on me, and like your sister Suellen you'll tell your mother on me that I was jumping again. You know I'm no tattletale like Suellen,
but it does seem to me after you broke your knee last year jumping that same fence I'll not have me own daughter telling me what I shall jump and not jump. It's my own neck, so it is. All right, Pa, you jump what you please. How are they all over at Twelve Oaks? The Wilkeses? Just as you'd expect with the barbecue
tomorrow and talking nothing but war. Oh, bother the war. Was there anyone else there? Their cousin, Melanie Hamilton from Atlanta, and her brother, Charles. Melanie Hamilton! She's a pale-faced, mealy-mouthed ninny. I hate her. Ashley Wilkes doesn't think so. Ashley Wilkes couldn't like
anyone like her. What's your interest in Ashley and Miss Melanie? It's nothing. Let's go into the house, Pa. Has he been trifling with you? Has he asked you to marry him? No! No, nor will he. I have it in strictest confidence from John Wilkes this afternoon
Ashley is going to marry Miss Melanie. It will be announced tomorrow night at the ball. I don't believe it. Here! Here, where are you off to? Scarlett! What are you about? Have you made a spectacle of yourself running after a man who's not in love with you when
you might have any man in the county? I haven't been running after him. It's just a surprise, that's all. Now, don't be jerking your chin at me. If Ashley wanted to marry you, it would be with misgivings I'd say yes. I want my girl to be happy. You'd not be happy with him. I would, I would! What difference does it make
who you marry so long as he's a Southerner and thinks like you? And when I'm gone, I'll leave Tara to you. I don't want Tara. Plantations don't mean anything when you mean to say, Katie Scarlett O'Hara, that land doesn't mean anything to you? Why, land is the only thing in the world worth working for
worth fighting for, worth dying for, because it's the only thing that lasts. Oh, Pa, you talk like an Irishman. It's proud I am that I'm Irish. And don't you be forgetting, missy, that you're half Irish too. And to anyone with a drop of Irish blood in them why, the land they live on is like their mother.
Oh, but you're just a child. It'll come to you, this love of the land. There's no getting away from it if you're Irish. Yonder she comes! Miss Scarlett, Miss Suellen, Miss Carreen, your ma's home! Acting like a wet nurse to them low-down, poor white trash instead of being here eating her supper.
Cookie, stir up the fire! Miss Ellen's got no business wearing herself out. Take the lamp out on the porch. Wearing herself out. Mr. Gerald, Miss Ellen's home. Wearing herself out waiting on poor white trash. Shut up, dog! Barking in the house like that.
Get up from there, boy. Don't you hear Miss Ellen's coming? Get out there and get her medicine chest. We was getting worried about you, Miss Ellen. Mr. Gerald All right, Pork. I'm home. Mrs. O'Hara, we finished plowing the creek bottom today. What do you want me
to start on tomorrow? Mr. Wilkerson, I've just come from Emmie Slattery's bedside. Your child has been born. My child, ma'am? I'm sure I don't understand. Has been born, and mercifully, has died. Good night, Mr. Wilkerson. I'll fix your supper for you myself, and you eats it.
After prayers, Mammy. Yes, ma'am. Mr. O'Hara. You must dismiss Jonas Wilkerson. Dismiss him, Mrs. O'Hara? He's the best overseer in the county. He must go tomorrow morning, first thing. But No! Yes.
The Yankee Wilkerson and the white trash Slattery girl? We'll discuss it later, Mr. O'Hara. Yes, Mrs. O'Hara. I want to wear Scarlett's green dress! I don't like your tone, Suellen. Your pink gown is lovely. Can't I stay up for the ball tomorrow? But you may wear my garnets with it. Why can't I stay up for the ball
tomorrow night? Scarlett you look tired, my dear. I'm worried about you. I'm all right, Mother. Why can't I stay up for the ball tomorrow night? I'm 13 now. You may go to the barbecue and stay up till supper.
I didn't want to wear your tacky green dress anyhow. Oh, hush up! Prayers, girls. And to all the saints, that I have sinned exceedingly in thought, word and deed through my fault. Through my fault, through my most grievous fault. Therefore, I beseech the Blessed Mary,
ever Virgin Blessed Michael, the Archangel Blessed John the Baptist the Holy Apostles, Peter and Paul and all the Saints to pray to the Lord, our God, for me. Ashley doesn't know I love him. I'll tell him that I love him and then he can't marry her. May the Almighty,
and most merciful Lord grant us pardon, absolution and remission of our sins. Amen. Just hold on and suck in. Mammy, here's Miss Scarlett's vittles. You can take that back. I won't eat a bite. Oh, yes, ma'am, you is! You's gonna eat every mouthful of this. No, I'm not! Put on the dress, 'cause we're late already.
What's my lamb gonna wear? That. No you ain't! You can't show your bosom before 3:00. I'm gonna speak to your ma about you! If you say one word to Mother, I won't eat a bite. Well Keep your shawl on. I ain't aiming for you to get all freckled
after the buttermilk I done put on you all this winter, bleaching them freckles. Now, Miss Scarlett, you come on and be good, and eat just a little, honey. No. I'm going to have a good time today and do my eating at the barbecue. If you don't care what folks says about this family, I does! I has told you and told you
that you can always tell a lady by the way she eats with folks. Like a bird. I ain't aiming for you to go to Mr. Wilkes' and eat like a field hand and gobble like a hog! Fiddle-dee-dee. Ashley Wilkes told me he likes to see a girl with a healthy appetite. What gentlemen says and what they thinks is two different things.
And I ain't noticed Mr. Ashley asking to marry you! Now don't eat too fast. Ain't no need of having it come right back up again. Why does a girl have to be so silly to catch a husband? Scarlett, if you're not here by the time I count ten, we'll be going without you! I'm coming, Pa! One
two, three four, five, six Oh, dear! My stays are so tight I know I'll never get through the day without belching.