Gone With The Wind 3 O'Hara online
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She certainly made a fool of herself running after all the men at the barbecue. That's not fair, India. She's so attractive, the men just naturally flock to her. Oh, Melanie, you're just too good to be true.
Didn't you see her going after your brother Charles? Yes, and she knows Charles belongs to me. Oh, you're wrong, India. Scarlett's just high-spirited and vivacious. Men may flirt with girls like that but they don't marry them. I think you're being very mean to her. War! War's declared! War!
Miss O'Hara! Miss O'Hara! Mr. Lincoln has called for soldiers, volunteers to fight against us. Don't you men ever think about anything important? But it's war and everybody's going off to enlist. They're going right away. I'm going, too. Everybody?
Oh, Miss O'Hara, will you be sorry? To see us go, I mean. I'll cry into my pillow every night. Miss O'Hara, I told you I loved you. You're the most beautiful girl in the world, and the sweetest and the dearest. I know I couldn't hope that you could love me. I'm so clumsy and stupid and not nearly good enough for you.
But if you could think of marrying me, I'd do anything in the world for you. Just anything. I promise. What did you say? Miss O'Hara, I said, would you marry me? Yes, Mr. Hamilton, I will. You will? You'll marry me? You'll wait for me? I don't think I'd want to wait. You mean you'll marry me before I go?
Oh, Miss O'Hara. Scarlett When may I speak to your father? The sooner the better. I'll go now. I can't wait. Will you excuse me, dear? Mr. O'Hara, Mr. O'Hara. It'll be a week at least before they call on me. Only a week, and then they'll take you
away from me. Scarlett, I thought of you at our wedding yesterday and I hoped that yours would be as beautiful, and it was. Was it? Now we're really and truly sisters. Charles. Melanie. Don't cry, darling.
The war will be over in a few weeks and I'll be coming back to you. Miss Scarlett! Well, I don't care. I'm too young to be a widow. Miss Scarlett! Why, I'd just go around scaring people in that thing. You ain't supposed to be around people. You's in mourning.
For what? I don't feel anything. Why should I have to pretend and pretend What is it? Oh, baby What is it? My life is over. Nothing will ever happen to me anymore. Oh, Mother. I know you'll think I'm horrible,
but I just can't bear going around in black. It's bad enough not being able to go to any parties but looking this way, too. I don't think you're at all horrible. It's only natural to want to look young and be young when you are young. Oh, baby How would you like to go visiting somewhere?
Savannah, perhaps? What would I do in Savannah? Well, Atlanta, then. There's lots going on there. And you could stay with Melanie and her Aunt Pittypat. Melanie. Yes. Yes, I could, couldn't I? Oh, Mother, you're sweet to me,
sweeter than anybody in the world. You'd like it, really? All right then. Now stop your crying and smile. You can take Prissy with you. Start packing Miss Scarlett's things, Mammy. I'll go write the necessary letters. Atlanta! Savannah would be better for you.
You'd just get in trouble in Atlanta. What trouble are you talking about? You know what trouble I's talking about. I's talking about Mr. Ashley Wilkes. He'll come to Atlanta when he gets his leave and you're sitting there waiting for him like a spider! He belongs to Miss Melanie You go pack my things like Mother said.
They're all whispering, and I just know it's about her. What's it matter what they say, Aunt Pittypat? But Scarlett is living under my roof, so they all think I'm responsible for her. And for a widow to appear in public at a social gathering! Every time I think of it I feel faint! Aunt Pitty, you know Scarlett came here
only to help raise money for the cause. It was splendid of her to make the sacrifice. Anyone would think, to hear you talk that she came here to dance instead of to sell things. Ladies and gentlemen! I have important news! Glorious news! Another triumph for our magnificent men in arms.
General Lee has completely whipped the enemy and swept the Yankee Army northward from Virginia. And now, a happy surprise for all of us. We have with us tonight that most daring of all blockade-runners whose fleet schooners, slipping past the Yankee guns have brought us here the very woolens
and laces we wear tonight. I refer, ladies and gentlemen, to that will-o'-the-wisp of the bounding main. None other than our friend from Charleston Capt. Rhett Butler! Permit me. Capt. Butler, it's such a pleasure to see you again. I met you last at my husband's home.
That's kind of you to remember, Mrs. Wilkes. Did you meet Capt. Butler at Twelve Oaks, Scarlett? Yes, I think so. Only for a moment, Mrs. Hamilton. It was in the library. You had broken something. Yes, Capt. Butler, I remember you. Ladies, the Confederacy asks for
your jewelry on behalf of our noble cause. We aren't wearing any. We're in mourning. Wait. On behalf of Mrs. Wilkes and Mrs. Hamilton. Thank you, Capt. Butler. Just a moment, please. But it's your wedding ring, ma'am. It may help my husband more, off my finger.
Thank you. That's a very beautiful thing to do, Mrs. Wilkes. Here. You can have mine, too, for the cause. And you, Mrs. Hamilton. I know just how much that means to you. Melanie! Yes, Dr. Meade. I need your approval,
as a member of the Committee for something we want to do that's rather shocking. Will you excuse us, please? I'll say one thing. The war makes the most peculiar widows. I wish you'd go away. If you had any raising you'd know I'd never want to see you again. Now, why be silly?
You've no reason for hating me. I'll carry your guilty secret to my grave. I guess I'd be very unpatriotic to hate one of the great heroes of the war. I do declare I was surprised to see you turn out to be such a noble character. I can't bear to take advantage of your little girl ideas, Miss O'Hara. I'm neither noble nor heroic. But you are a blockade-runner?
For profit, and profit only. Are you telling me you don't believe in the cause? I believe in Rhett Butler. He's the only cause I know. The rest doesn't mean much to me. And now, ladies and gentlemen I have a startling surprise for the benefit of the hospital. Gentlemen, if you wish to lead the opening
reel with the lady of your choice you must bid for her. Caroline Meade, how can you permit your husband to conduct this this slave auction? Dolly Merriwether, how dare you criticize me! Melanie Wilkes told the doctor that if it's for the benefit of the cause, it's quite all right.
She did! Oh dear, oh dear. Where are my smelling salts? I think I shall faint. Don't you dare faint, Pittypat Hamilton. If Melanie says it's all right, it is all right. Come, gentlemen, do I hear your bids? Make your offers. Don't be bashful, gentlemen. $20. $20 for Miss Maybelle Merriwether.
$25 for Miss Fanny Elsing. Only $25 to give your $150 in gold. For what lady, sir? For Mrs. Charles Hamilton. For whom, sir? Mrs. Charles Hamilton. Mrs. Hamilton is in mourning, Capt. Butler but I'm sure any of our Atlanta belles
would be proud to Dr. Meade, I said Mrs. Charles Hamilton. She will not consider it, sir. Oh, yes, I will. Choose your partners for the Virginia reel. We've sort of shocked the Confederacy. It's a bit like blockade-running, isn't it? It's worse. But I expect a very fancy profit out of it. I don't care what you expect
or what they think. I'm going to dance and dance. Tonight I wouldn't mind dancing with Abe Lincoln himself. Another dance and my reputation will be lost forever. With enough courage, you can do without a reputation. Oh, you do talk scandalous. You do waltz divinely, Capt. Butler.
Don't start flirting with me. I'm not one of your plantation beaux. I want more than flirting from you. What do you want? I'll tell you, Scarlett O'Hara, if you'll take that Southern belle simper off your face. Some day I want you to say to me the words I heard you say to Ashley Wilkes: I love you.
That's something you'll never hear from me, Capt. Butler, as long as you live.