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Gone with the Wind
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  • How could anyone not believe with heart and soul in the invincibility of General Johnston and his men?
  • They only knew, as surely as they knew there was a just and jealous God in Heaven, that Lee was miraculous and the Army of Virginia invincible.
  • No one had lost faith in the invincibility of the troops but everyone, the civilians at least, had lost faith in the General.

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  • an invincible army
  • her invincible spirit

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