â Gone with the Wind ☆ Download by ì Margaret Mitchell

â Gone with the Wind ☆ Download by ì Margaret Mitchell Margaret Mitchell S Monumental Epic Of The South Won A Pulitzer Prize, Gave Rise To The Most Popular Motion Picture Of Our Time, And Inspired A Sequel That Became The Fastest Selling Novel Of The Century It Is One Of The Most Popular books Ever Written Than Million Copies Of The Book Have Been Sold In Than Countries Today, Than Years After Its Initial Publication, Its Achievements Are Unparalleled, And It Remains The Most Revered American Saga And The Most Beloved Work By An American Writer Back Cover 6 29 16 UPDATE I have since watched the movie and although I really liked the movie, it doesn t hold a candle to the book But you can imagine that a book this size can t be put into one movie sitting And where the book made me cry a lot, the movie didn t.
I spent over 12 hours today finishing this book 1037 pages 1 Because I wanted to know what was going to happen 2 I have no sort of life so I can do this from time to time.
I can not believe it took me so long to read this book I didn t think it would be my kind of book and I have never watched the movie I did order the blu ray on today because I have to see it soon I must say that GOODREADS has been a blessing and a curse in this department I have broadened my horizons since being on GOODREADS from reading books my friends are reading or have read and this is one of them I would have missed out o It takes guts to make your main character spoiled, selfish, and stupid, someone without any redeeming qualities, and write an epic novel about her But it works for two reasons First of all you wait for justice to fall its merciless blow with one of the most recognized lines in cinema frankly my dear, I don t give a damn , but you end with a broken and somewhat repentant character and you can t be pitiless Secondly, if you were going to parallel the beautiful, affluent, lazy, spirited South being conquered by the intellectual, industrious North, what better way to do that than with characters who embody those characteristics You come to feel a level of sadness that the South and Scarlett lost their war and hope that they wil



I honestly do not know whether to give this book 5 stars for being one of the most completely engrossing, shocking, and emotionally absorbing pieces of literature ever written, or to give it 0 stars for being the most tragic, unendingly upsetting, disturbing book I ve ever read I read the last 50 pages or so literally with my mouth wide open, unable to believe that it was really going to be THAT tragically sad When I finally finished, I walked downstairs in a daze, handed the book to my husband, and told him to burn it and never let me see it again Throughout the book, I frantically kept reading, often until 2am or later, just to see when it would turn around and start getting happy, but there was never any redemption it NEVER got happy or uplifting It Another epic story complete This was a very good one I have read a few huge books in my life Some are a struggle to get through and others are so captivating they read easier than a 300 page novel Gone with the Wind falls in the captivating category At no point was I bored with the story or wondering if it was ever going to end I was fully invested every step of the way invested to the point that my wife was amused that I spent a lot of time talking back to the book or exclaiming when something big or shocking happened Gone with the Wind was the complete experience.
Before I go further, I will address the uncomfortable part of the book the depiction of race, dialect, and other Civil War era activities in t

Margaret Mitchell

â Gone with the Wind ☆ Download by ì Margaret Mitchell Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell, popularly known as Margaret Mitchell, was an American author, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937 for her novel, Gone with the Wind, published in 1936 The novel is one of the most popular books of all time, selling than 28 million copies An American film adaptation, released i