Additional Resources for Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

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Stephen Vincent Benet, "Georgia Marches Through," Sat urday Review, July 4, 1936, p. 5.

An early review praising the novel's realism and readability

James Boatwright, "Tobn' de Weery Load," New Republic, September I, 1973, pp 29-32.

A review citing moral and political objections to Gone with the Wind.

Fini Farr, Margaret Mitchell of Atlanta, Morrow, 1965.

The first definitive biography written on Margaret Mitchell

Dawon Gaillard, "Gone with the Wind as 'Bildungsroman" or Why Did Rhett Butler Really Leave Scarlett O'Hara?," Georgia Review, Spring, 1974, pp 9-28

Gaillard's essay discusses the relationship between gender and culture and argues that Mitchell is Criticizing the Southern code of chivalry in Gone With the Wind.

Anne G. Jones, "Tomorrow Is Another Day"' The Woman Writer in the South, 1859-1936, Louisiana State University Press, 1981

Jones's book places Mitchell in the context of a long line of Southern women Writers who rebelled against Southern culture...

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