Katie Scarlett O'Hara is a fictional character and the protagonist in Margaret Mitchell 's novel Gone with the Wind and in the later film of the same name , where she is portrayed by Vivien Leigh. She also is the main character in the musical Scarlett and the book Scarlett , a sequel to Gone with the Wind that was written by Alexandra Ripley and adapted for a television mini-series in During early drafts of the original novel, Mitchell referred to her heroine as "Pansy," and did not decide on the name "Scarlett" until just before the novel went to print. She was born in or on her family's plantation Tara in Georgia. She was named Katie Scarlett, after her father's mother, but is always called Scarlett, except by her father, who refers to her as "Katie Scarlett. O'Hara has black hair, green eyes, and pale skin. She is famous for her fashionably small waist. Her baby brothers are buried in the family burying ground at Tara, and each was named Gerald O'Hara, Jr. They have Ella Lorena Kennedy together.
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Katie Scarlett, or Scarlett as everyone but her father calls her she is named for his mother, chapter 2, Gone With the Wind has dark hair and a slim frame. She is an atypical protagonist, especially as a female romantic lead in fiction. When the novel opens, Scarlett is sixteen. She is vain, self-centered, somewhat spoiled, can be insecure, and has an intelligent, bright mind. She stands out in that she is smarter than and very much unlike the typical party-going Southern belles around her. She can be a high-strung busybody, but for someone so smart, with men she loves, she can go into a mode where she is both babyish and overthinks little things. On the outside she seems charming, busy, good, and smart; but on the inside she is insecure and just wants the affection of her neighbor, Ashley Wilkes. She makes surface efforts to live up to the expectations her culture demands, but fears discovery by society of her true self.
Scarlett is a novel by Alexandra Ripley , written as a sequel to Margaret Mitchell 's novel, Gone with the Wind. The book begins where Gone with the Wind left off, with Scarlett attending the funeral of her former sister-in-law and rival for Ashley Wilkes ' affection, Melanie Wilkes , at which her estranged husband, Rhett Butler , is not present. Scarlett, heartbroken and aggravated that Rhett left her, sets out for Tara and is saddened when she learns that Mammy, her mainstay since birth, is dying. She sends a telegram to notify Rhett about Mammy under the name of Will Benteen her sister Suellen's husband , because she knows that Rhett won't come if he suspects Scarlett is there. Before Mammy dies, she makes Rhett swear to look after Scarlett.
So much so that I used to read essays and college thesis papers that deconstructed the novel and detailed character analyses of Scarlett! She was selfish, manipulative and petty among other things, but she was also a rebel, determined and loyal at least to those things she felt deserved her loyalty. She did not accept the conformities of society and did what she damn well pleased. She was direct and not afraid to express her opinion even though it would probably get her in trouble. She was passionate about what was important to her without ever experiencing physical passion until she met her match, Rhett Butler. How many years did Scarlett and Rhett lose with her mindless pursuit of the wrong guy? The guy or gal that you think you are meant to be with may, in fact, be the worst possible partner for you in the grand scheme of things.