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Gone with the Wind

Summary: Discusses the novel Gone With The Wind, by Margaret Mitchell. Analyzes characters from the story. Describes how Mitchell put characters in intense situations in order to depict the importance of being able to adjust and succeed in a new life.
Gone With the Wind was an epic story that examined the adversity and predicaments during 19th century after the Civil War had taken place. Margaret Mitchell put characters in intense situations in order to depict the importance of being able to adjust and succeed in a new life. Humanity's survival confides in the capability of people to revolutionize themselves as their community changes. It is this testing time that defines the success or failure of an individual. Some characters that were put on the line were able to adapt and thrive in a new environment, succeeded. Yet, some were not able to become accustomed to the New South and continued to live in the past.

The daughter of a sophisticated southern belle and a hard-headed Irish father, Scarlett O' Hara had a willpower that drove her to attain anything she wanted at any cost. Her determination first came...

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