Gone with the Wind - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

After Rhett's words at the musicale, Mr. Mead puts a letter in the paper condemning the likes of Rhett Butler. The Hamilton house becomes one of the few places in Atlanta that will still receive Rhett, and it is mostly due to Melanie's resolve. Though Scarlett should feel scandalous about things he brings her, like a new hat, she enjoys the gifts far too much. Scarlett believes that it would be fun to have Rhett fall in love with her, but Rhett is not to be fooled or drawn in by her.

Melanie comes home from the hospital the next day crying. Uncle Peter has reprimanded her harshly, for he found her talking with Belle Watling. Belle had tried to give some money to Mrs. Elsing, but Mrs. Elsing would take none of Belle's kind of money. Belle thought Melanie had a nice...

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