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Author is Margaret Mitchell
Title is Gone with the Wind
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- Exceedingly Rare Margaret Mitchell Signed First Edition of Gone with the Wind in original dust jacket
- Exceptional Margaret Mitchell letter as she awaits publication of Gone With the Wind - "I hope you will like the book - ... And not all the characters are noble and brave. Some years of research have convinced me that there were almost as many...
- Gone with the Wind (Will H. Hays personal copy)
- Lost Laysen (short story by the author of "Gone With The Wind")
- Margaret Mitchell demonstrates the same compassion for her housekeepers as she did her enslaved characters in Gone with the Wind: "I am very sorry you did not get the check, because I wanted you to have the money at Christmas time and it makes me feel...
- Margaret Mitchell praises the film adaption of her landmark novel: "I hope to be able to see it again myself while I had nothing to do with the production, I could not only help feeling pleased that people outside of the South enjoyed it too "...
- Margaret Mitchell writes to a New England bookseller, explaining the origin of her novel, Gone With the Wind, and commenting on its reception outside of the South: "Especially I was interested in your reactions as a New Englander I did not wish to...
- A signed first edition, first issue copy of Margaret Mitchell's, Gone With the Wind , distributed for advance review to a New Bedford, Massachusetts bookseller
- "Thank you so very much for praising Melanie," writes Margaret Mitchell about a major "Gone With the Wind" character "So many of my readers overlook her because the flamboyance of Scarlett casts her in the shade "
- Whatever happened to Rhett & Scarlett? Margaret Mitchell, asked by a reader to write a sequel to "Gone With the Wind," tells her "To me, the lives of my characters ended on the last page, and your guess is as good as mine as to what happened thereafter."
- With screenwriter Sidney Howard as the impetus, Gone With the Wind author Margaret Mitchell inscribes to the film's producer David Selznick, a newly published anthology of Southern writing, recommending an essay "The English Language in the South"...
- A year after the publication of Gone With the Wind , Margaret Mitchell congratulates her friends on the birth of their newborn daughter, saying, âI am partial, of course, to little girl babies and have never felt that people produced enough of them...