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Gone with the Wind, Part 2 (Penguin Readers Level 4)

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HonokaAndo
Nov 12, 2015 HonokaAndo rated it liked it
1. level 4
2. November 1. 50min 3.20min 4.60min 5.30min
3.love,war,death,money,children,men,reputation
4. a)Scarlet had no money because of the high taxes. She did awful things for money. She was storonger than anybody. She didnot care other's opinion. She saved his home, Melanie and Ashley.
b) I felt sad the last scene. Scarlet knoticed she is loving Butler. However it is too late to feel and explain. She could not get neither Ashlay nor Butler. I think Butler is poor man. He was asked marry by her
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Namiko
I had to read Gone with the Wind part two because there wasn't one part one in the library. But I already saw the movie so there was no problem to read it. It is really sad when you have a person who you really love, but you cannot have him.
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John Escott started by writing children's books and comic scripts, but now writes and adapts books for students of all ages. He especially enjoys writing crime and mystery thrillers, and is a member of the British Crime Writers Association.

With Oxford University Press John has published London for the Oxford Bookworms Factfile series; Agatha Christie, Woman of Mystery, Star Reporter, Girl on a Mot
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