Gone with the Wind - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Scarlett wakes the next morning sore from a long ride and a night sleeping in the hard wagon. The women continue on their trek to Tara and see all of the old plantation homes either burnt or destroyed by the war. Scarlett longs to return home to her mother's arms, where she is sure Ellen will make everything all right.

Scarlett is pleased to see that Tara is still standing, and arrives at the front door to the open arms of Gerald and Pork. Scarlett tells Pork to take Melly upstairs and orders Prissy to care for Wade and the baby. Scarlett asks about her mother and the girls, and Gerald tells her that her mother died the day before.

Feeling drawn to Ellen's office, Scarlett finds that he house had been raided by Yankees and all but three of the slaves remained...

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