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Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind - Chapters Eighteen through Thitry-Two Summary & Analysis

Alexandria Ripley
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Chapters Eighteen through Thitry-Two Summary

In chapter eighteen, Rhett offers Scarlett a half million dollars in gold if she'll leave Charleston without making a scene. She pretends to consider then says that she will, but not until after the upcoming social season passes. Upon arrival in town, Rhett goes to visit Alicia Savage, one of the women who claims to have seen the Yankee soldier in her bedroom. The two are good friends and Alicia says that she believes the man to be a boy, Tommy Cooper, who is a friend of her son. Tommy's father has died and Rhett believes Tommy is fighting with emerging emotions. Rhett tells Tommy's mother that he wants to take Tommy to a tailor to help choose clothes for Rhett's nephew but takes him instead to a house of prostitution that specializes in the first sexual encounter for young gentlemen...

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