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Review: Gone With the Wind

Title: Gone With the Wind
Author:
Margaret Mitchell
Genre:
Literary Fiction / Classic
Published Date: 1936
Why I wanted to read it: This novel has been recommended to me by so many fabulous book bloggers and friends, and I had put it off for far too long. 1,205 more words

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Why Thomas Hardy books make great modern day films

Why Thomas Hardy stories make great material for dramatic films. The is a new film from the conveyor belt of Thomas Hardy films. It is called far from the Madding Crowd. 573 more words

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As God is my witness, as God is my witness they’re not going to lick me. I’m going to live through this and when it’s all over, I’ll never be hungry again. 53 more words

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GWTW Chapters 31 – 40: The Green Gown

The guiding theme of this post is the interplay of outward appearance versus the inner character that takes place throughout the whole novel and is very visible in throughout these ten chapters. 1,024 more words

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GWTW Chapters 21-30: Scarlett the Heroine

I think this is a day late, I thought the check-in was on Sunday…

No matter how hard I try, I cannot bring all of my thoughts into a cohesive narrative. 642 more words

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Summer #bookaday book 10: Concluding the Heroine's Bookshelf--Not Everyone Loves Scarlett O'Hara

This morning I took my sons to the library so my older boy could get his prize for reading a book this week.  (Proud mom moment:  We read seven books together; well, I remembered to list seven books on his log.)  Anyways we borrowed a ton of books to read this week, so lots of books coming up. 442 more words

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1930: frankly my dear, i don't give a damn

1930 – 1939: Gone with the Wind


The Great Depression was a worldwide economic depression in the 1930s; it is considered to be the longest and most widespread depression of the 20th century with devastating consequences in first and third world countries. 442 more words

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