Margaret Mitchell

Margaret Mitchell

Writer 'Gone with the Wind'
You are a child if you thought I didn’t know, for all your smothering yourself under that hot lap robe. Of course, I knew. Why else do you think I’ve been—” He stopped suddenly and a silence fell between them. He picked up the reins and clucked to the horse. /child/ Margaret Mitchell quotes

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Eugene Ryabyi When a dream dies in a person - life dies in him. [12/03/2019 03:12:30] More


Anatoly Yurkin Thinking is a working discipline of consciousness. (Anatoly Yurkin) [12/09/2019 03:12:18] More


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