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by Trudy Carlson

eBook Scarlett, Rhett  You download ISBN: 0964244349
Author: Trudy Carlson
Publisher: Benline Press; 1st edition (April 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 296
ePub: 1619 kb
Fb2: 1886 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

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Scarlett is a 1991 novel by Alexandra Ripley, written as a sequel to Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel, Gone with the Wind. The book debuted on The New York Times bestsellers list, but both critics and fans of the original novel found Ripley's version to be inconsistent with the literary quality of Gone with the Wind. It was adapted as a television mini-series of the same title in 1994 starring Timothy Dalton as Rhett Butler and Joanne Whalley-Kilmer as Scarlett O'Hara.

Rhett admits that if he had been honest with Scarlett about his love for her, she would've used it against hi. As you read the book, it's easy to try and make Scarlett out to be the villian in the relationship, but if you pay close attention they've both treated each other horribly.

Rhett admits that if he had been honest with Scarlett about his love for her, she would've used it against him. That may or may not have turned out to be true, but his pride kept him from letting her know he loved he. Rhett admits that if he had been honest with Scarlett about his love for her, she would've used it against him. That may or may not have turned out to be true, but his pride kept him from letting her know he loved her.

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A book about the details of the filming of Gone with the Wind. Includes pictures from the film as well as pictures of the cast and crew working to create the film.

Though this book was scorned by critics, it was a commercial success. Scarlett seamlessly picks up the narrative, bringing us back to Tara and the people we remember so well: Rhett, Ashley, Mammy, Suellen, Aunt Pittypat, and of course, Scarlett herself.

SCARLETT, RHETT AND YOU shows you how GONE WITH THE WIND speaks to the heart of everyday life. Scarlett and Melanie are composite archetypes in every woman's personality, just as Rhett and Ashley are comprised of every male. If you ever wanted to explore the driving forces in your own life; the dynamics of your relationships and your "place" in the world, this book will help you find your way. You may be surprised to learn, too, that Rhett and Ashley were real people in Margaret Mitchell's life; not merely characters for her famous novel.

The ancient Greeks advise us to "know thyself." Mitchell's characters speak powerfully of the specific problems faced by all mankind, now and forever.

Comments: (2)
Nargas
Somehow I managed to miss reading that great American epic "Gone With the Wind" until I was in my forties. I had always loved the movie version, and grew up loving Clark Gable as Rhett, but the the movie was just half the story. The book was FANTASTIC. I did not want it to end......in the process of preparing for my Book Club on GWTW I came across this extremely interesting book that explains the characters of GWTW in the terms of Jungian archetypes. It gave a whole new element to the story, and was a great explanation of the archetypes using characters that we are all so familiar with. If you love GWTW, you'll love this added diminsion to the story. If you are fascinated with archetypes this is a wonderful way to understand them more fully. Either way, you will love this book......I highly recommend it!
Weernis
If you are a fan of GWTW this was a great read, if you are a student of the human condition this was amazing. If you are of the Jung school you will enjoy this book.
Was not disappointed.