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Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind Characters & Character Analysis

Alexandria Ripley
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Characters

Scarlett O'Hara Hamilton Kennedy Butler

Scarlett is a young woman who is very self-centered and self-confident, usually to the point that she truly cares little for others. It seems her selfishness is sometimes her overpowering emotion and that at least some other people understand this about her. For example, Rhett explains to his younger sister that Scarlett only believes that she wants to reunite with Rhett because he has decided not to. He says that Scarlett tends to want only those things denied her, and that she selfishly destroys anything she has in her possession. This certainly seems an apt description, but Scarlett truly seems to come to realize that there are some things important in her life, such as her love for Rhett.

An interesting point about Scarlett is that she is willing to work for whatever it is that she wants and loves the challenge of attaining...

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