Gone with the Wind - Chapter 52 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 52 Summary

It is a rainy afternoon in Atlanta, and Wade is restless. Scarlett tells him to go next door and play, but he cannot, for all the children are at Rene Picard's birthday party to which he received no invitation. Wade has not received any invitations to any of the parties given by Old Atlanta's children and grandchildren. When Rhett confronts Scarlett, she tells him that Wade has been invited to plenty of the Republican's birthday parties, but Wade tells Rhett that he did not have fun and Mammy considers them white trash.

Angry, Rhett makes the decision that Bonnie will not suffer like Wade and Ella have done, and he sets out to make amends with all of Old Atlanta. Rhett tells Scarlett that he will no longer accept any Republican into his home, and he will spend his days at Belle Watling's...

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