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Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirty-Three through Forty-Six Summary

Alexandria Ripley
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Chapter Thirty-Three through Forty-Six Summary

In chapter thirty-three, Scarlett finds that she's intimidated by her grandfather though she doesn't want to be. She imagines that Rhett will come get her any time, but he doesn't come. She visits the convent, hoping to have better luck at buying Carreen's part of Tara but is denied an audience with the Mother Superior. In chapter thirty-four, Scarlett arrives home late for dinner and her grandfather is angry until she stands up to him, which makes him laugh and dismiss her to go have her own dinner. Scarlett realizes that she hasn't brought her rosary with her and goes to the store run by her uncles, James and Andrew O'Hara. She finds her cousin Jamie running the store with the news that Andrew died along with both their wives. Scarlett is invited to tea which is really a birthday party...

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