Gone with the Wind - Chapter 44 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 44 Summary

That March, Scarlett is making the risky drive to the mill by herself. Scarlett has caused many murmurs throughout the town with her willingness to drive around unescorted. Yet, there had been a number of incidents in the Shantytown along the road that Scarlett had to drive, so she had also taken to carrying a pistol in her lap. Scarlett had been verbally tormented by male and female residents of the shantytown lately.

This day she heard someone yelling for her and saw Big Sam running toward her buggy. Big Sam told her that he was only stopping through the shantytown on his way back to Tara and he was tired of being free. Big Sam had gone north with an officer, but everyone up north either wanted to know how abused he was at Tara or they were afraid of him. So...

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