Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind - Chapters Fifty-Eight through Sixty-Five Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Fifty-Eight through Sixty-Five Summary

In chapter fifty-eight, Scarlett makes an offer of the equivalent of fifty thousand dollars for Ballyhara, and the offer is accepted. Colum sends Scarlett a telegraph which raises a stir since telegraphs are unheard of. Scarlett then receives another telegraph accepting her offer which prompts several business owners to close their doors and go to Daniel's where Scarlett is staying, though she's gone to look over the land when the visitors arrive. Everyone reads and holds the rare telegraphs.

In chapter fifty-nine, Colum returns but fails to go immediately to Ballyhara as Scarlett demands. He stops first to visit with a friend, Jim Ryan and explains that Ballyhara is a prime place for to establish a camp for the Fenian men. When he arrives at Ballyhara at the appointed time, he brings along a blacksmith. There is soon a great deal...

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