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Gone with the Wind
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  • Behind the shabby doors of the old houses, poverty and hunger lived—all the more bitter for the brave gentility with which they were borne, all the more pinching for the outward show of proud indifference to material wants.
  • So she swallowed her wrath with poor grace and pretended indifference.
  • In the weeks that followed her first party, Scarlett was hard put to keep up her pretense of supreme indifference to public opinion.
  • After a miserable while, Scarlett’s pretended indifference gave way to the real thing.
  • She maintained an air of cool indifference that could speedily change to icy formality if anyone even dared hint about the matter.
  • Contemplating the suave indifference with which he generally treated her, Scarlett frequently wondered, but with no real curiosity, why he had married her.
  • They were brief quarrels, short lived because it was impossible to keep a quarrel going with Rhett, who remained coolly indifferent to her hot words and waited his chance to pink her in an unguarded spot.
  • It’s a matter of supreme indifference to me whether you come or not," said Scarlett, putting on her bonnet and going home in a huff.

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  • About a third are in favor of the change, a third are opposed, and a third are indifferent.
  • Before meeting us, she felt alone in an indifferent world.

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