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Literature Help: "Gone with the Wind"

Literature Help: "Gone with the Wind"

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Literature Help: "Gone with the Wind"

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35 pages
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Dec 14, 2013
ISBN:
9781311625212
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Livre

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Scarlett O’Hara happens to be the spoiled daughter of a rich plantation owner. The story presents her experiences. She uses every means which she has to come out of the poverty which she finds herself in after Sherman’s “March to the Sea.”

Rhett and Scarlett happen to be lovers but what happens to them is not there at the end of the novel. On being asked what happened to the author’s lovers in the novel, Mitchell said that for all she knew Rhett may have found someone else who was less difficult.

The novel was adapted in a blockbuster movie of the same name in 1939.
“Gone with the Wind” is the only novel which the author got published during her lifetime.

The book is still popular all over the world. It is often discussed in academic circles even today. It has also been prescribed in the course of study of the students of American Literature in the United States and several other countries of the world.

Literature Help: "Gone with the Wind"
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Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: About the Novel
Chapter Three: Characters
Chapter Four: Title and Background
Chapter Five: Complete Summary
Chapter Six: Structure and Genre
Chapter Seven: Critical Analysis

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Dec 14, 2013
ISBN:
9781311625212
Format:
Livre

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Chapter One: Introduction

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell was first published in 1936. The novel won the Pulitzer Prize for the book in the year 1937.

The story of the novel is set in Clayton County, Georgia, and Atlanta during the American Civil War and Reconstruction.

Scarlett O’Hara happens to be the spoiled daughter of a rich plantation owner. The story presents her experiences. She uses every means which she has to come out of the poverty which she finds herself in after Sherman’s March to the Sea.

Rhett and Scarlett happen to be lovers but what happens to them is not there at the end of the novel. On being asked what happened to the author’s lovers in the novel, Mitchell said that for all she knew Rhett may have found someone else who was less difficult.

The novel was adapted in a blockbuster movie of the same name in 1939.

Gone with the Wind is the only novel which the author got published during her lifetime.

The book is still popular all over the world. It is often discussed in academic circles even today. It has also been prescribed in the course of study of the students of American Literature in the United States and several other countries of the world.

Chapter Two: About the Novel

Gone with the Wind glorifies the South and demonizes the North. It is quite different from most Civil War novels.

Most of the Civil War novels are written from a Northern perspective and they glorify the North’s value. The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane is on such novel that glorifies the North.

The

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