Gone with the Wind - Margaret Mitchell
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Gone With the Wind - Books About
Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind" was published in 1936, and it has become one of the most popular depictions of the Civil War and the Reconstruction.
'Gone with the Wind' Quotes
Gone With the Wind is a bestselling novel by Margaret Mitchell. The novel has also been controversial (and banned). Here are a few quotes from Gone With the Wind.
'Gone With the Wind' Summary
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 a myriad of colorful characters during (and after) the Civil War.
'Gone with the Wind' Questions for Study and Discussion
Gone With the Wind is the most famous work by Margaret Mitchell. Here are a few questions for study and discussion.