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Gone With the Wind
Gone With the Wind
Author: Margaret Mitchell
ISBN: 4279
Edition: Unabridged
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.

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Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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mahbaar avatar reviewed Gone With the Wind on + 111 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 16
I read this book with a group for an online read-along. I was really surprized how much I enjoyed reading this book! If you've seen the movie, you will still like the book, as there was a lot cut out for the movie. The motives of Scarlett are very clear, and we see the Civil War almost entirely through her eyes. There is very little of the book that is written from the viewpoints of the others. This allows us to be surprised by the events in the book.

One warning, though. This book is written from the point of view of the southern white aristocracy, and there is a lot of overt racism in the book. So if that sort of thing will bother you (even if it's appropriate for the times and characters in the book), I wouldn't recommend it.
CapeCodStacey avatar reviewed Gone With the Wind on + 60 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
My all-time favorite book. I have at least three copies. I'm so happy to share this. Although this book is billed as a love story, it doesn't read like a typical sappy love story at all. There is so much more to it. Scarlett O'Hara is one of the most unlikable characters ever, but you can't help rooting for her. What she goes through is unbelievable. Rhett Butler is the bad boy with the heart of gold.
kathyk avatar reviewed Gone With the Wind on + 296 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
The love story of Rhett and Scarlet is a five star keeper, imho. The history is biased, but interesting. Nothing bored me with this story, but you have to take into consideration that it was written in the 1920's and 1930's(I believe it took the author more than 10 years to write) about the South during the Civil War from a strictly Southern point of view. Still, the love story is so captivating, and the characters in the book are so interesting, I would categorize this as a classic novel.
MoirasMommy avatar reviewed Gone With the Wind on + 32 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
I've read this book more times than I can count. I've gone through 4 copies, and I love it every single time. So much better than the movie!
lisaofva avatar reviewed Gone With the Wind on + 3 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Wonderful saga of a Southern woman and her familie's struggle during the beginning of the civil war. Scarlett O'Hara's struggles with men and survival after the war are timeless and famous because of the movie epic'Gone With the Wind'. If you've seen the movie, you'll love the book!
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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, inspiration for the most popular motion picture ever made, this flaming epic of Civil War and Reconstruction is the most widely read American novel ever written.

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