Gone with the Wind - Chapter 60 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 60 Summary

Scarlett feels something bad is coming. It is in the air. Scarlett does not know what it is, but she can feel it. Scarlett had been angry with Rhett for weeks after Bonnie's death, but now she longs for him to take her in his arms and comfort her. Scarlett is willing to tell him now how much she needs him, but she does not know who Rhett is anymore.

Rhett has taken to drinking a lot and he is unkempt and has to be reminded to change his linens. Many nights he comes home so drunk, if he comes home at all, that Pork has to help him to bed. Scarlett knew that many nights he was at Belle Watling's, and even Belle no longer looked away from Scarlett when she saw her in town. Instead, she gave Scarlett a look of...

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