Mar 12, 2010

Gone With The Wind


















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Gone With The Wind | Margaret Michelle | English | Pdf | 6.9 MB (rar)
Gone With The Wind is American author Margaret Michelle’s timeless classic romantic novel about the hardships of American Civil War & its aftermath. It is written so vividly that readers feel as if he/she is right there experiencing all that was going on. It was first published on May, 1936 & won the 1937 Pulitzer Prize. It was adapted into a movie of the same name which won Academy Award in 1939.It is one of the most read & most popular books of all time with more than 28 million copies sold worldwide. Michener - a master storyteller in his own right-predicted in 1975 that "critics will forever have to grapple with the problem of why Margaret Mitchell's novel has remained so readable, and so important to so many people." 











7 comments:

  1. Critics divide world into two parts, one are those who have read Gone With The Wind and the others who have not.
    Just love this Novel. Could not skip a word right through thousand pages. When I finished reading I found out that it was worth reading again, again and yet again, worth taking notes, worth qouting.

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  2. I'm with Whisper. I've read this novel several times. And I really did feel like I was in the book. I think this is probably my favorite novel ever.

    Did you know that Margaret Mitchell was struck by a car and killed as she crossed the street to attend the premier of the movie? What a horrible loss.

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  5. I totally agree whisper that its an awesome spellbinding book which take the reader on an intense voyage of human emotion.

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  7. Hi Clara...I really loved this timeless, sweeping masterpiece which resonates with you, and keeps you reading.
    Its very sad that she failed to attend the premier.

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