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Now get back to work. I can't do everything at Tara all by myself. SUELLEN: What do I care about Tara? I hate Tara! SCARLETT: Don't you ever dare say you hate Tara again! It's the same as hating Pa and Ma.

"My back's near broken. Look at my hands. Mother said you could always tell a lady by her hands. I guess things like hands and ladies don't matter so much anymore. You rest, Sue. You're not well yet, and I can pick cotton for both of us."

"My back's near broken. Mother said you could always tell a lady by her hands. I guess things like hands and ladies don't matter so much anymore. You rest, Sue. You're not well yet, and I can pick cotton for both of us.

Gone With The Wind

Now get back to work. I can't do everything at Tara all by myself. SUELLEN: What do I care about Tara? I hate Tara! SCARLETT: Don't you ever dare say you hate Tara again! It's the same as hating Pa and Ma.

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Two little pickaninnies are on the huge wheel above the ground, forcing it to revolve, throwing their weight from one side to the other. This causes the quitting bell to ring - which is the message to the field hands that the day's work is finished.

working to keep Tara and food for all

Ann Rutherford as Carreen O'Hara and Evelyn Keyes as Suellen O'Hara pick cotton in the fields at Tara.

Suellen: "Look at my hands. Mother said you could always tell a lady by her hands." Careen: "I guess things like hands and ladies don't matter so much anymore."   Gone With The Wind (1939)

Mother said you could always tell a lady by her hands." Careen: "I guess things like hands and ladies don't matter so much anymore." Gone with the Wind

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