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Gone With A Wind - review
It shows the South before, during and after the war, all seen through Scarlett's eyes. Margaret Mitchell began writing Gone with the Wind in 1926 to pass the time while recovering from an auto-crash injury that refused to heal.1 In April 1935, Harold Latham of Macmillan, an editor who was looking for new fiction, read what she had written and. Scarlett O'Hara her comeuppance. big thanks to my sister-in-law, cara for providing me with the motivation I needed to finally complete this epic yes, epic book. It fascinated audiences (it fascinates us still) to see her high-wire defiance in a male chauvinist world, but eventually such behavior had to be punished, and that is what Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn is all about. More than that, it presents a chronological look at a time filled with uncertainty in America the Civil War and Reconstruction while also depicting the moral and psychological growth of its characters as they undergo dramatic changes to their way of life. The cultural aspect of it is the depiction of plantation life and slavery. Ever since it was produced into a movie and released in 1939, a whole entire industry was created and it is still active today.