My dear Scarlett.

Last night my dad was cleaning out some stuff, and he found an old copy of Scarlett, a sequel to Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind.

According to Wikipedia, the book was released in 1991 and picks up exactly where GWTW left off. It was also a huge commercial success despite a number of critics saying it lacked the literary quality of GWTW. That last statement is sad, because GWTW was written so well. Nevertheless I still plan on reading the book, which, it turns out, is owned by my mother, who bought it from a garage sale back in Ames.

Lucky. How extremely lucky I am.

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