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Old 09-21-2010, 02:42 AM   #4
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You're quite welcome. It isn't always easy to read it due to the dialect, but it is interesting, not least from its historic context I think. It's far from pc in its language, but like Tom Sawyer it was written in a time when things were a lot different.

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The paper in Atlanta, The Journal and Constitution, likes to promote Atlanta history. So for the 17 years I lived in north Georgia, it was always talking up this book and Gone with the Wind.

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