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somehow. Miss Melanie’s baby will die if he doesn’t get something to eat and—”  “Miss Melly ain’—kain—” Pork paused delicately.  “Miss Melanie has no milk.” Dear God, but Mother would faint at that!  “Well, Miss Scarlett, mah Dilcey ten’ ter Miss Melly’s chile. Mah Dilcey got a new chile herself an’ she got mo’n nuff fer both.”  “You’ve got a new baby, Pork”  Babies, babies, babies. Why did God make so many babies But no, God didn’t make them. Stupid people made them.  “Yas’m, big fat black boy. He—”  “Go tell Dilcey to leave the girls. I’ll look after them. Tell her to nurse Miss Melanie’s baby and do what she can for Miss Melanie. Tell Mammy to look after the cow and put that poor horse in the stable.”  “Dey ain’ no stable, Miss Scarlett. Dey use it fer fiah wood.”  “Don’t tell me any more what ‘They’ did. Tell Dilcey to look after them. And you, Pork, go dig up that. Chanel Bags whisky and then some potatoes.”  “But, Miss Scarlett, Ah ain’ got no light ter dig by.”  “You can use a stick of firewood, can’t you”  “Dey ain’ no fiah wood—Dey—”  “Do something. ... I don’t care what. But dig those things and dig them fast. Now, hurry.”  Pork scurried from the room as her voice roughened and Scarlett was left alone with Gerald. She patted his leg gently. She noted how shrunken were the thighs that once bulged with saddle muscles. She must do something to drag him from his apathy—but she could not ask about Mother. That must come later, when she could stand it.  “Why didn’t they burn Tara”  Gerald stared at her for a moment as if not hearing her and she repeated her question.  “Why—” he fumbled, “they used the house as a headquarters.”  “ Yankees—in this house”  A feeling that the beloved walls. chanel bags prices had been defiled rose in her. This house, sacred because Ellen had lived in it, and those—those—in it.  “So they were, Daughter. We saw the smoke from Twelve Oaks, across the river, before they came. But Miss Honey and Miss India and some of their darkies had refugeed to Macon, so we did not worry about them. But we couldn’t be going to Macon. The girls were so sick—your mother—we couldn’t be going. Our darkies ran—I’m not knowing where. They stole the wagons and the mules. Mammy and Dilcey and Pork—they didn’t run. The girls—your mother—we couldn’t be moving them.  “Yes, yes.” He mustn’t talk about Mother. Anything else. Even that General Sherman himself had used this room, Mother’s office, for his headquarters. Anything else.  “The Yankees were moving on Jonesboro, to cut the railroad. And they came up the road from the river—thousands and thousands—and cannon and horses—thousands. I met them on the front porch.”  “Oh, galla 

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