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Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
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05/04/2011 page 582
05/07/2011 page 718
71.0% ""It was easier to forget the impudent black faces in the streets and the blue uniforms of the garrison while they were listening to music." We've already been told that Belle Watling's house employs "a negro orchestra", but presumably their faces are not impudent - which puts Belle in a good light as a manager. She clearly knows how to get respect from her staff."
05/10/2011 page 762
75.0% ""Sam galloped over to the buggy, his eyes rolling with joy and his white teeth flashing, and clutched her outstretched hand with two black hands as big as hams. His watermelon-pink tongue lapped out, his whole body wiggled and his joyful contortions were as ludicrious as the gambollings of a mastiff." I hate it when characters gambol. Check out 0:25" 4 comments

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