Gone with the Wind - Chapter 58 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 58 Summary

Scarlett sees a change in Rhett that she does not altogether like. Rhett no longer dotes on her or even treats her with his sarcastic attitude. Rhett is indifferent to her, like he no longer cares what she does. It is unsettling to Scarlett.

Scarlett worries, too, as Rhett is out late at night and has been associating with the men of the Klan. Scarlett confronts him about being a member of the Klan, and he laughs at her being so behind the times. Rhett and Ashley had put an end to the Klan, as it was working against the democrats in Atlanta. Rhett tells her that he has joined the Democratic Party and was helping to get a Democrat elected.

Scarlett is confused, because it seemed to her that the Republicans were so entrenched in office, but Rhett tells her that with...

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