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Foreign pearl of the DPRK

By Korea Readers

According to Wikipedia, 1937's Gone with the Wind was the only book that Margaret Mitchell published in her lifetime, but it became the best-selling American novel of the 20th century, surpassed only by Valley of the Dolls in the late 1960s.

The novel, or the film based on it, left some unforgettable words for next generations. Among them, Scarlett O'Hara's final words may be "the most recognizable, and quoted, in film history. Even those who haven't seen the film know the reference, ..."

They are:

I'll think of it all tomorrow, at Tara. I can stand it then. Tomorrow, I'll think of some way to get him back.

After all, tomorrow is another day.
While you may let it be so, you can pick up the other famous words from Rhett Butler's in the same novel.

Did you ever hear the Oriental proverb: 'The dogs bark but the caravan passes on?'

Let them bark, Scarlett. I fear nothing will stop your caravan.
Above quoted words have be…