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by Inge Kuenkler- Etzbach
Author: Inge Kuenkler- Etzbach
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Gone with the Wind was popular with American readers from the outset and was the top . Scarlett goes to the mill to keep Ashley there until party time, a rare opportunity for her to see him alone.
Gone with the Wind was popular with American readers from the outset and was the top American fiction bestseller in 1936 and 1937. More than 30 million copies have been printed worldwide. She grew up hearing stories about the American Civil War and the Reconstruction from her Irish-American grandmother, who had endured its suffering .
But of course, some books remain classics, and Gone with the Wind is definitely .
But of course, some books remain classics, and Gone with the Wind is definitely one of them. Although it took my mother ages to persuade me to read it, and it took me at least 100 pages to get really into the book, after that I was unable to put the book down for almost 4 days in a row. Scarlett O' Hara is a feisty teenage girl, with everything a girl could possibly want. Then the civil war really starts to become dangerous, and it is up to Scarlett to save herself. This is a great historical read, and makes a good holiday read, as its long enough to keep you busy reading for at least a week.
At the same time, however, it is possible to draw a degree of social observation from Mitchell's portrayal of the slave characters. First, the novel probably holds up an accurate mirror to the attitudes held by most of the slave-owning class. The fact that there are so shocking to a modern sensibility shows how much society has moved on. Second, if Mitchell's slave characters are limited in their aspirations and grateful for their lot, this can lead us to reflect on aspects of racial injustice prevalent at the time, such as the fact that most slaves were denied all but a rudimentary.
So we went to bed, and this morning we got away before she could catch . At these last sounds, the twins realized it was time they were starting home
So we went to bed, and this morning we got away before she could catch us. and left Boyd to handle he. "Do you suppose she'll hit Boyd?" . The plantation clearings and miles of cotton fields smiled up to a warm sun, placid, complacent. At these last sounds, the twins realized it was time they were starting home. But they were loath to face their mother and they lingered on the porch of Tara, momentarily expecting Scarlett to give them an invitation to supper.
This book is work of a genius! . Gone with the Wind is a coming of age novel taking place in a conquered society, told from the point of view of the inheritors of the defeat (people most of us in the modern US look upon as "the enemy.
This book is work of a genius! "I'll think of it tomorrow, at Tara. Inheritors of the defeat would be Margaret Mitchell, her neighbors and relatives).
Gone With the Wind is the famous and controversial American novel by American writer, Margaret Mitchell. Here, she draws us into the lives and experiences of myriad colorful characters during (and after) the Civil War. Like William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Mitchell paints a romantic tale of star-crossed lovers, torn apart and brought back together-through the tragedies and comedies of human existence. Known As: A bestselling American love story that chronicled the time during and after the Civil War and inspired the Academy Award Winning movie of the same name starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable.