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Gone with the wind

by:Mitchell, Margaret, 1900-1949

After the Civil War sweeps away the genteel life to which she has been accustomed, Scarlett O'Hara sets about to salvage her Georgia plantation home.

Editions:1234  Date:1036 - 2019  Genre(s):History, Historical fiction, War stories, Historical fiction, War fiction


Scarlett : the sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the wind

by:Ripley, Alexandra

Set in the Reconstruction-era South, this sequel to Margeret Mitchell's well-loved novel follows Rhett, Scarlett, and Ashley as they pick up the pieces of their lives.

Editions:60  Date:1991 - 2011  Genre(s):Historical fiction, Historical fiction, Romance fiction, Historical fiction, Romance fiction


Gone with the wind

by:Fleming, Victor, 1889-1949

Presents the story of Scarlett O'Hara, a Southern belle who enjoys her socialite lifestyle and the attention of many eligible single rich men. This idyllic lifestyle is shattered by the onset of the U.S. Civil War that eventually reduces her home to near ruins. Robbed of the luxuries she loved, she vows to grow strong so she will never be poor again. She begins to ruthlessly climb to the top of the new social order. Scarlett also has a complex, love-hate relationship with Rhett Butler, a man of questionable morals.

Editions:92  Date:1927 - 2016  Rating:MPAA rating : G.  Genre(s):Feature films, History, Drama, War films, Film adaptations


Southern daughter : the life of Margaret Mitchell

by:Pyron, Darden Asbury

Explores the life of the author of "Gone With the Wind," tracing the way personal episodes were employed in her fiction, how her knowledge of Southern culture influenced her writing, and many little-known aspects of her career.

Editions:14  Date:1991 - 2004  Genre(s):Biography, Biographies, Biographies


Ruth's journey : the authorized novel of Mammy from Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the wind

by:McCaig, Donald

"Authorized by the Margaret Mitchell Estate, here is the first-ever prequel to one of the most beloved and bestselling novels of all time, Gone with the Wind. The critically acclaimed author of Rhett Butler's People magnificently recounts the life of Mammy, one of literature's greatest supporting characters, from her days as a slave girl to the outbreak of the Civil War. "Her story began with a miracle." On the Caribbean island of Saint Domingue, an island consumed by the flames of revolution, a senseless attack leaves only one survivor--an infant girl. She falls into the hands of two French emigres, Henri and Solange Fournier, who take the beautiful child they call Ruth to the bustling American city of Savannah. What follows is the sweeping tale of Ruth's life as shaped by her strong-willed mistress and other larger-than-life personalities she encounters in the South: Jehu Glen, a free black man with whom Ruth falls madly in love; the shabbily genteel family that first hires Ruth as Mammy; Solange's daughter Ellen and the rough Irishman, Gerald O'Hara, whom Ellen chooses to marry; the Butler family of Charleston and their shocking connection to Mammy Ruth; and finally Scarlett O'Hara--the irrepressible Southern belle Mammy raises from birth. As we witness the difficult coming of age felt by three generations of women, gifted storyteller Donald McCaig reveals a portrait of Mammy that is both nuanced and poignant, at once a proud woman and a captive, and a strict disciplinarian who has never experienced freedom herself. But despite the cruelties of a world that has decreed her a slave, Mammy endures, a rock in the river of time. She loves with a ferocity that would astonish those around her if they knew it. And she holds tight even to those who have been lost in the ravages of her days. Set against the backdrop of the South from the 1820s until the dawn of the Civil War, here is a remarkable story of fortitude, heartbreak, and indomitable will--and a tale that will forever illuminate your reading of Margaret Mitchell's unforgettable classic, Gone with the Wind"-- Provided by publisher.

Editions:31  Date:2014 - 2016  Genre(s):History, Historical fiction, Historical fiction, Historical fiction, Novels


The wind done gone

by:Randall, Alice, 1959-

In a brilliant rejoinder and an inspired act of literary invention, Alice Randall explodes the world created in Margaret Mitchell's famous 1936 novel, the work that more than any other has defined our image of the antebellum South. Imagine simply that the black characters peopling that world were completely different, not egregious, one-dimensional stereotypes but fully alive, complex human beings. And then imagine, quite plausibly, that at the center of this world moves an illegitimate mulatto woman, and that this woman, Cynara, Cinnamon, or Cindy, beautiful and brown, gets to tell her story. Cindy is born into a world in which she is unacknowledged by her plantation-owning father and passed over by her mother in favor of her white charges. Sold off like so much used furniture, she eventually makes her way back to Atlanta to take up with a prominent white businessman, only to leave him for an aspiring politician of her own color. Moving from the Deep South to the exhilarating freedom of Reconstruction Washington, with its thriving black citizenry of statesmen, professionals, and strivers of every persuasion, Cindy experiences firsthand the promise of the new era at its dizzying peak, just before it begins to slip away. Alluding to events in Mitchell's novel but ingeniously and ironically transforming them, The Wind Done Gone is an exquisitely written, emotionally complex story of a strong, resourceful black woman breaking away from the damaging world of the Old South to emerge into her own, a person capable of not only receiving but giving love, as daughter, lover, and mother. A passionate love story, a wrenching portrait of a tangled mother-daughter relationship, and a book that gives a voice to those history has silenced, The Wind Done Gone is an elegant literary achievement of significant political force and a novel whose time has finally come.

Editions:17  Date:2001 - 2008  Genre(s):Historical fiction, Historical fiction, Historical fiction, Romance fiction


Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the wind letters, 1936-1949

by:Mitchell, Margaret, 1900-1949

The phenomenal success of "Gone with the Wind" changed the history of publishing and moviemaking. It also changed Margaret Mitchell's existence. "Alas," the Atlanta journalist wrote to screenwriter Sidney Howard in 1937, "where has my quiet peaceful life gone?" Margaret Mitchell was a born storyteller and these 300 or so letters - culled from over 50,000 items in her papers at the University of Georgia - are filled with warmth, humanity, and lively sense of humor of a very private woman who tried desperately not to be lionized.

Editions:21  Date:1976 - 1987  Genre(s):Records and correspondence, History, Autobiographies, Personal correspondence, Autobiographies


Gone with the Wind

Documentary: Traces the filming of the Gone with the Wind, from its inception to its Atlanta premiere in December of 1939. Includes interviews of survivors of the experience, film trivia, and "test" clips-- a montage of screen tests of the many actresses considered for the role of Scarlett O'Hara, ranging from front-runner Paulette Goddard to "not-a-chancers" such as Lana Turner. Produced by David Selznick's sons, and written by iconoclastic movie historian David Thomson.

Editions:1  Date:1939  Rating:MPAA rating: G.  Genre(s):History, Drama, Epic films, Historical films, Romance films


Gone with the wind

by:Mitchell, Margaret, 1900-1949

First published in 1936, this book is a historical novel set against the dramatic backdrop of the Civil War. It tells the love story of Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler.

Editions:161  Date:1900 - 2016  Genre(s):History, Historical fiction, War stories, Historical fiction, Historical fiction


Margaret Mitchell of Atlanta, : the author of Gone with the wind

by:Farr, Finis

A biography based on official papers and an unpublished memoir written by her brother.

Editions:21  Date:1965 - 2000  Genre(s):Biography, History, Biographies, Biographies


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