Gone with the Wind - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

After the Yankees left, most of the county was again in ruins. The families barely had any food, though they shared what they could with one another. Pork went out often to see what he could forage and often returned with stolen food. Scarlett, worried about the future, dreams every night of a thick fog through which she is running, seeking out something she cannot find. Scarlett has even taken to sleeping with Melanie at night to curb the dreams.

Around Christmas, Tara is visited by Frank Kennedy and some other Confederate soldiers who are making the rounds trying to find food for the army. The discussion turns to Atlanta, and Frank tells them that the Yankees have burned most of it to the ground, though Aunt Pitty's house still stands relatively unharmed. Melanie thoughtlessly expresses that they should return to Atlanta, as...

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