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Gone with the Wind

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Title:Gone with the Wind
Mitchell, Margaret   
Published:   1936
Publisher:The Macmillan Company
Tags:fiction, historical, U.S.A., Pulitzer Prize, film/TV adaptation, Family Saga, American Civil War

Gone with the Wind takes place in the southern United States in the state of Georgia during the American Civil War (1861–1865) and the Reconstruction Era (1865–1877) that followed the war. The novel unfolds against the backdrop of rebellion wherein seven southern states, Georgia among them, have declared their secession from the United States (the "Union") and formed the Confederate States of America (the "Confederacy"). A dispute over states' rights has arisen involving enslaved African people who were the source of manual labor on cotton plantations throughout the South. [Suggest a different description.]

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Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949) was an American journalist and writer. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, she was creatively inspired as a young child. She wrote short stories, written down by her mother and stored for future use. After two abortive marriage situations in the early 1920s, she started a job as a journalist working for the "Atlanta Journal Sunday Magazine". Writing under the name, "Peggy Mitchell", she wrote over 100 articles for the magazine. She married in 1925 to Robert Marsh. In 1926 while recovering from a broken ankle, she began to write "Gone With The Wind". Finally publishing in 1936 the novel was wildly successful, selling over a million copies in the first six months. Critically acclaimed it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1937. Gone With the Wind was Mitchell's only novel. She died tragically in 1949 as the result of being hit by a speeding taxi driver. (New Georgia Encyclopedia)

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