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'''Caroline Irene "Carreen" O'Hara''' is the youngest daughter of [[Gerald O'Hara|Gerald ]] and [[Ellen O'Hara]] .
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Why are you running?
   
Carreen is described as shy, delicate, and dreamy. She is good-natured and unselfish, and follows her mother's and Mammy's edicts without argument.
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Why are you gay?
   
During the war she is courted by [[Clayton County|Brent Tarleton]], and is engaged to him at the time of his death at the Battle of Gettysburg.
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WHY ARE YOU BLACK!!!???
 
She does not recover from this loss, and eventually chooses to become a nun.
 
 
Carreen is thirteen at the beginning of the novel.
 
 
She is played by Ann Rutherford in the film.
 
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
Born in 1848 (est.), Carreen is three years younger than her sister [[Scarlett O'Hara|Scarlett]], and two years younger than her sister [[Suellen O'Hara|Suellen]]. 
 
Born in 1848 (est.), Carreen is three years younger than her sister [[Scarlett O'Hara|Scarlett]], and two years younger than her sister [[Suellen O'Hara|Suellen]]. 
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