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Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters Sixty-Six through Eighty-Nine Summary

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Chapters Sixty-Six through Eighty-Nine Summary

In chapter sixty-six, Daniel dies and Scarlett again puts off her trip to America. In chapter sixty-seven, Scarlett learns about the Fenian Brotherhood and tells Colum she'll help. In chapter sixty-eight, Scarlett arrives in America, leaves Cat with Maureen so that no one will see her and goes to Atlanta. She has an amiable parting with Uncle Henry who knows about her divorce and suggests she find another attorney. She meets with Ashley, who proposes, but Scarlett turns him down. She suggests that she might go to London, hoping to keep anyone from finding her later. She learns that the houses she'd built to help Ashley are selling as fast as they're completed. She sells all her property though the market is declining and leaves instructions for future profits from the sale of the little houses to be sent to Stephen...

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