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Gone with the Wind
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  • She might have been any age from thirty to sixty, so unlined was her immobile bronze face.
  • The air was oppressive even in the early morning hour, hot with the scorching promise of a noon of glaring blue sky and pitiless bronze sun.
  • Her faded calico dress was open to the waist and her large bronze breast exposed.
  • The bronze giantess did not grin pleasedly or squirm under praise like the other negroes.
  • Melanie begged Mammy to leave her enough velvet scraps to recover the frame of her battered bonnet and brought shouts of laughter when she said the old rooster was going to part with his gorgeous bronze and green-black tail feathers unless he took to the swamp immediately.
  • This was all a dream, this smoke-filled dim room, the scrawny girls, Mammy shapeless and huge crouching beside the bed, Dilcey a still bronze image with the sleeping pink morsel against her dark breast—all a dream from which she would awake, to smell bacon frying in the kitchen, hear the throaty laughter of the negroes and the creaking of wagons fieldward bound, and Ellen’s gentle insistent hand upon her.

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  • She received the bronze medal at the Olympics.
  • The sculpture of a bull made on Wall Street is made of bronze.

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