Scarlett O'Hara Southern Belle Anti-hero
By loridubetz, Updated
Gone with the Wind, written by Margaret Mitchell in 1939, introduces the epitome of an anti hero in the beautiful southern belle, Scarlett O'Hara. Spoiled, selfish, sassy and smart, Scarlett defies the norms of Southern society as her beloved South enters the Civil War.
Melanie will you marry me before I join the Confederate Cause?? (Durn, Scarlett is beautiful!)
I don't care about this stupid war! I just want to marry Ashley!! I need to steal him from his intended lily-livered Melanie!
I know Scarlett doesn't love me, but she is so sassy and smart I can't resist her!
That Rhett Butler drives me crazy! He knows that I only moved to Atlanta with Melanie so that I could be near Ashley.
I'll do anything unethical to save my beloved Tara!! In order to pay the taxes to the Yankees, I'll steal my sister's fiancee, I'll try to trick Rhett into giving me the money, but I won't give up my Ashley!
That Scarlett, she is one strong woman, but I don't want her trickin that Rhett Butler. No siree.
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