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Gone With The Wind

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Gone with the wind is the story of a woman who battles many obstacles to win and keep her love and her wealth close to her. Set during the Civil War in America, this book is about how the political situation affected relationships and shaped them.

Summary of the Book

Gone With The Wind is more than just a love story about Scarlett and Rhett. The book focuses on various aspects of life during the Civil War. Courage, selfishness and other aspects are focused upon in this gripping and enthralling book. A woman loses everything and gains most of it with time and her shrewd personality.

About Margaret Mitchell

Margaret Mitchell was an American author. She authored the novel Gone With the Wind which went on to become one of the bestselling books of all times. A movie was also made adapting the same story, which became the highest-grossing Hollywood movie back then. 

Specifications of Gone With The Wind (Paperback)

Author Margaret Mitchell
Book Details
Publisher Pan Books
Publication Year 2009
ISBN-13 9780330323499
ISBN-10 0330323490
Language English
Edition 1st Edition
Binding Paperback
Number of Pages 1120 Pages
Width 0.18 inch
Height 0.08 inch
Weight 552 g
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20 November 11

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. It was so completely absorbing and magical. I can’t even begin to describe it. Just like love and other abstract stuff, this book needs to be experienced. A must must must read.

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13 November 12
A Must Read for Anyone With a Conscience

With Scarlett O'Hara,one of literature's most well known personalities, as it's lead protagonist, Gone With The Wind lives upto all the hype that surrounds it,as one of the greatest love stories ever,by actually not being an out-and-out love story.
A great narration that transports you to the not-so-familiar times of the late 1800s,real characters who have both virtues and vices and are therefore,both endearing and not so endearing at the same time,Gone With The Wind makes one see the other side (i.e. the southerners' outlook) of the civil war coin,helps one broaden their outlook,entertains,and takes one on a great emotional ride,all at the same time.
More than anything,one grows with Scarlett as she does,with every page of the book.
So,I'd definitely recommend Gone With The Wind,for at the end of the day,Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler will make you fall in love with them,as they do themselves.It really is a book for people of all generations,and the ultimate love story.

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11 January 14
must read for everyone!

The best novel I have ever read...
Though from a different era and different culture, this is one novel which is a must have for everyone (even if you dont read)

Margaret, portrayal of Scarlet and Rhett, though negative , makes us love them. Bringing out emotions such as this is a rarity. The focus is not only on the main characters but the way the author brings out short lived characters of Tartetons and Caverts, is spectacular and leaves you heart wrenched on their demise.

We have been brought up in a way where slavery is despised, and hence the greatest civil war, should have their support with Linchon and north America (called Yankees here), but here south has all our sympathy and that is only because, we kind of lived those characters of Ashley Wilkes, Melanie Hamilton, Mrs Merriwether, Mrs Meade, Ellen O Hara, Gerald O Hara and without mentioning Scarlett O Hara and Rhett butler, that we feel their pain and emotions like one of our own.

The struggle of Scarett wins our heart and in her own small way teached us not to give up "I will think of it tomorrow, after all tomorrow is another day" and the way she regains her strength despite all odds makes us believe that is for those who takes all.

My Final love and respect for character of Rhett Butler, for ever being so cunning, chivalrous, disrespectful yet so very honest and lovable

Rating out is 5 is so meaningless. Its 100 out of 5!!

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27 April 13
Could have been trimmed

I picked up this book hoping to save people the trouble of deciding on this book. Well, this 1000 page romantic novel is worth it's penny if you have the patience to read it till the end. The plot is written around 1861 when slavery was legal and negroes were predominant slave and nicknamed "darkies". It shall be sometime before you get a handle on the english dialect of darkies. Protagonist of the novel is a souther bellle called Scarlett O' Hara who not only has the hour glass figure but also claims to have the smallest waist in the county, daughter of the richest cotton farmer and owner of the highest number of slaves.

The story revolves around Scarlett's love for Ashley whom she eventually never marries. In the meanwhile she is widowed twice and has two kids from the previous husbands, eventually lands up being wife of Rhett Butler who never had a reputation of being a gentleman after he refused to marry a girl with whom he had spent the night in the woods.

I had rate this book 4 out of 5 only if they had trim it down to some 600 pages and save the readers from the horror of imagination.!/2013/04/gone-with-wind-by-margaret-mitchell

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03 October 12
A must-read for any book lover!

There are just way too many things I love about this book!

One, it a journey into a life that I, a city-dweller in the 21st century has never, and will never lead; two, it has characters you easily relate to and feel connected to; three, it is a very effective portrayal of life in its true unfair sense and not the perfect, ideal one that we read about in a lot of other books.

Rhet Butler is another reason I read this book again and again, and each time I read it, I find myself wistfully wishing men like that existed in real life!

Scarlet's character is another intriguing factor of the book. As you read along you love her, hate her, and wonder what on earth was she thinking; much like you do with the people in your life!

So all in all, I love the book. have read it at least 4 times, and it never gets boring!

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I had read this book when I was in college and till date it is one of my most favorite book. I can still get up and read this b...

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25 March 14
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awesum book!!!!!!!!!!!! totally love it

its such a classic novel ... one of the best works in english literature one of my personal fav ... scarlett is a delight to re...

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16 February 14
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very good book

first of all,it is not a romantic novel,so those who think that they would be lost in dating and wine amidst the pages of this...

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05 February 14
must read for everyone!

The best novel I have ever read...
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11 January 14
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Magic which you have to experience!!

The journey of Scarlet-O-Hara is wonderful. The war threw out every happiness of her life.Love,money everything was gone. She w...

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26 August 13
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