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It's not that Margaret Mitchell didn't give a damn whether Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler would ever get back together again in "Gone with the Wind".She simply didn't know, according to letters to fans from the celebrated 20th century American novelist that have come up for auction in the United States this week.The single-page, signed letters from November 1936 through August 1938 give insight into the creative process that resulted in one of American literature's best-known books -- and one of Hollywood's greatest screen hits.
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