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Objective: Alexandria Ripley is perhaps best known for the critically-panned yet commercially successful sequel to Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind", "Scarlett". Ripley also wrote other historical novels, such as "Charleston" and "New Orleans Legacy". This lesson discusses the author of the novel "Scarlett", Alexandria Ripley.
1) 1) Library research: Have the students research the author, Alexandria Ripley. Explore the other works she has written, as well as her background...
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