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A short margaret mitchell biography describes margaret mitchell's life, times, and work how to write literary analysis gone with the wind is her only novel. The name immediately evokes visions of the antebellum south, and of scarlett o'hara boldly declaring i'll never be hungry again for many americans, margaret mitchell's classic historical novel of the civil war is inextricably linked to the epic 1939 film starring clark gable and vivien leigh. Gone with the wind plot summary / analysis by margaret mitchell cliff notes™, cliffs notes™, cliffnotes™, cliffsnotes™ are trademarked properties of the john wiley publishing company thebestnotescom does not provide or claim to provide free cliff notes™ or free sparknotes. Margaret mitchell did not only have a gift for storytelling but also a knack for poetic prose the diction and prose in gone with the wind paint beautifully vivid pictures in the mind's eye of the reader.
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