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Scarlett O'Hara Can Go To Hell

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A novel about growing up Southern, Jewish and woman in Savannah, Georgia. A search for personal fulfillment and maturity while struggling to break the chains that bind her. A personal odyssy of love, passion, motherhood and career.
Paperback, 266 pages
Published November 25th 2000 by Black Skylark Singing
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precisely as its title so unapologetically indicates, "scarlett o hara can go to hell" is not a sunday stroll through myths of southern ladies waiting for heroic southern men to fill their lives with romance and adventure. if anything, it s the exact opposite, a mesmerizing tale of one woman s determination to re-write southern society s definition of what her life should or can be. jewish by birth but free-spirited by temperament, the novel s heroine, naomi kramer, declares her independence fro ...more
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