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Gone With the Wind

By: Margaret Mitchell
Published: 2011, ©1936, ©1964
Pages: 959
Total Copies: 15
Genre:  Fiction | Love & Romance | Historical Fiction | War, Civil | Regional, American South | Books Made Into Movies


Description: Margaret Mitchell’s epic saga of love and war has long been heralded as The Great American Novel. Gone With the Wind explores the depths of human passions with indelible depictions of the burning fields and cities of Civil War and Reconstruction America. In the two main characters, the irresistible, tenacious Scarlett O’Hara and the formidable, debonair Rhett Butler, Margaret Mitchell gives us a timeless story of survival and two of the most famous lovers in the English-speaking world since Romeo and Juliet. Gone With the Wind is a thrilling, haunting, and vivid book that readers will remember for the rest of their lives.

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