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Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Alexandria Ripley
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Topics for Discussion

Describe Scarlett's personality. Is she an effective character for this story? Support your answer.

Present a character analysis of Scarlett. Compare that to an analysis of Rhett. What are the common aspects that draw these two together? What are the differences that seem to drive them apart? Offer a prediction as to the future of the two after leaving Ireland.

Scarlett refers to her great longing for Tara, but when she arrives there she admits that she doesn't really feel like Tara is her home after all. Using the adage, "It's impossible to go back home," describe what Scarlett is facing. How can this be a "coming of age" theme?

Scarlett is invariably drawn to the social scene. Who is Mrs. Montague and what role does she play in Scarlett's social aspirations? Does it seem Scarlett could have attained the same goals on her own? Support your...

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This section contains 343 words
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Purchase our Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind Study Guide
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