famous novel, Gone With the Wind
, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. More than 28 million copies of the book have been sold, in more than 37 countries.
's novel, Gone With the Wind
was considered one of the Great American Novels when it was published in 1936. This Simon & Schuster edition explores the intensity of human passion in the setting of the war-torn South, during the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Herb Bridges and and Terryl C. Boodman offer a behind-the-scenes history of Gone With the Wind
. This Simon & Schuster book is a movie tie-in edition, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of Gone With the Wind
, with illustrations and more.
Here's the sequel to Margaret Mitchell
's Gone With the Wind
is a novel by Alexandra Ripley. The book was immediately popular when it was first published.
In Margaret Mitchell and John Marsh: The Love Story Behind Gone with the Wind
, Marianne Walker writes about the marriage of Mitchell and Marsh (which lasted 24 years). In this book, published by Peachtree, Walker draws from letters and interviews to paint a portrait of that love story.
If you're looking to see Atlanta from the eyes of the characters in Gone with the Wind
, this book by Don O'Briant and Kay O'Briant is a guidebook of the sights and scenes. The book, published by Longstreet Press, will give you a different perspective on the novel and the author, and make you feel like you are more there
by Helen Taylor. Rutgers University Press. From the publisher: "Taylor examines some of the South's most significant cultural exports in discussions that range across literature, music, film, television, theater, advertising, and tourism to focus on how and why Southern themes and icons have become so deeply embedded in British cultural life. The enduring legacy of Margaret Mitchell
's 'Gone With the Wind' can be seen today in the popularity of sequels, revisions, and reworkings of the novel."
by Herb Bridges. Mercer University Press. From the publisher: "This is George P. Oslin's life work. Among hundreds who told him their experiences were Thomas A. Edison, William Henry Jackson (Civil War soldier, pioneer photographer, and covered wagon bullwhacker), and William Campbell (last surviving Pony Express rider). Facts from company documents, thousands of newspapers, magazines, and books, and more."
by Herb Bridges. Mercer University Press. From the publisher: "This is the Gone with the Wind book to end all Gone with the Wind books! This volume includes more than 650 photographs of items from the author's extensive collection of Gone with the Wind memorabilia, from first editions to film scripts, from theater tickets to jigsaw puzzles, from recordings to souvenir rulers." 0865544875
by Alice Randall. Houghton Mifflin Company. From the publisher: "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."