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Title:Gone with the Wind
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Grand Central Publishing
ISBN:0446675539
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Number of Pages:1037
Category:Classics, Historical fiction, Fiction, Romance, Historical

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Gone with the Wind i Gone with the Wind i is a novel written by Margaret Mitchell first published in The story is set in Clayton County Georgia and Atlanta during the American Civil War and Reconstruction era It depicts the struggles of young Scarlett O Hara the spoiled daughter of a well to do plantation owner who must use every means at her disposal to claw her way out of the poverty she finds herself in after Sherman s March to the Sea A historical novel the story is a Bildungsroman or coming of age story with the title taken from a poem written by Ernest Dowson .

i Gone with the Wind i was popular with American readers from the onset and was the top American fiction bestseller in the year it was published and in As of a Harris poll found it to be the second favorite book of American readers just behind the Bible More than million copies have been printed worldwide

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Le roman et le film les plus populaires de tous les temps Plus de dix millions d exemplaires vendus dans le monde Traduit dans langues i Autant en emporte le vent i est une fresque historique jamais surpass sur la soci t des Etats sudistes et les trag dies de la guerre de S cession C est aussi un roman d amour dont les h ros Scarlett O Hara et Rhett Butler sont entr s jamais dans la galerie des amants l gendaires, No description available, Nearly a decade and a half before the novelist Margaret Mitchell conceived the immortal fictive world of Gone With the Wind Margaret Mitchell the cub reporter was pounding the real life streets of her Atlanta hometown in search of the who what when and where for her popular weekly columns in the Atlanta Journal Showing the pluck that would have made her recently deceased suffragette mother proud only two years after women won the vote and defying convention Mitchell took on the all male spittoon filled hard swearing offices of the big city newspaper to hunt and peck out her weekly From to Mitchell completed hundreds of articles interviews sketches and think pieces Gathered here for the first time are the best of Mitchell s journalism colorful portraits that reflect her often off color social interests Her portraits and personality sketches show an early promise of her ability to draw the kind of unforgettable characters which have made her Gone With the Wind the most translated and best selling novel in history As compelling as Scarlett and Rhett Mitchell gives us vivid images from real life including a portrait of an voodoo conjurer who sold talismans to ward off grave robbers during a rash of Atlanta grave robbings br br conversations of the flapper era famous and infamous including matinee idol Rudolph Valentino Gilda Gray the shimmy queen Tiger Flowers first black middleweight boxing champ and Harry K Thaw convicted murderer of high society architect Stanford White br br a jailhouse interview with a Georgia convict who made artificial flowers from scraps and sold them to support his family br br an introduction to W H Felton theGeorgia native who was the first female to serve in the U S Senate br br These portraits alternately amusing and thought provoking appear alongside the topical concerns of a Jazz Age beauty and unfolding new freedoms for women, The world saw only one book by Margaret Mitchell published in her lifetime the incomparable Gone With the Wind the most popular novel in American history Upon her death in her personal papers almost all other writing and even the original typescript of Gone With the Wind were destroyed Now sixty years later the impossible has happened The world has another story from Margaret Mitchell Better still it s a delight a fitting predecessor to America s most beloved epic novel A spirited tale of love and honor on a doomed South Pacific island called Laysen Lost Laysen would be justly praised as a charming effort by a remarkable young talent if it were its author s only work But it isn t of course and Lost Laysen also enchants because of the many fascinating ways it foretells Gone With the Wind in its two central male characters one a gentleman and the other more rough hewn who vie for the attention of a feisty independent minded woman and who will go to any lengths to defend her honor in its re creation of a vanished world and in its unforgettable ending The real life romance at the heart of Lost Laysen s discovery is as enthralling as any work of fiction Margaret Mitchell gave the story handwritten in two lined notebooks to a young suitor Henry Love Angel Angel put the notebooks away for safekeeping just as he put away all of Mitchell s intimate letters to him as well as their treasured photographs taken over the years Well over half a century passed before Henry Love Angel s son realizing what had been passed down to him brought the story the letters and the photos to Atlanta s Road to Tara Museum Nationally respected Margaret Mitchell historianDebra Freer masterfully weaves Margaret Mitchell s never before seen letters and photographs into a fascinating introduction that tells the story of Mitchell s relationship with Henry Love Angel and puts the writing of Lost Laysen into its proper context