Gone with the Wind - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

Dejected, Scarlett heads back to Aunt Pitty's thinking only of how she is going to save Tara. Scarlett runs into Frank Kennedy on the way and learns that he has purchased a store and is thinking of buying a sawmill. Frank stands to make a lot of money with all the rebuilding going on in Atlanta. Scarlett realizes that she must marry Frank Kennedy in order to save her beloved plantation, and she lies to Frank, telling him that Suellen is engaged to marry Tony Fontaine.

At the Elsing wedding, Scarlett looks around her at all the poor people and realizes that there is a difference between herself and the other Southerners. Scarlett sees them holding onto their southern pride. The ladies still feel like ladies, but Scarlett does not. Scarlett knows that Ellen would want her to think like these people, but...

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