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Oh God! Where do i begin to start!! I had a strong feeling that it being a classic won't be that good but boy! was i wrong...Rhett Butler!!! That's the only thing which comes to my mind whenever i think about Gone With The Wind. Scarlett no doubt was a bitch! and the ending couldn't get any better... 

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Such a classic
A wonderful read on the civil war. This book has it all, action romance, drama. A true classic

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Love
I love this book so much one of my fav

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Gone with the wind
What a tremendous book!! I was really amazed at the comparisons made of the differences of the upper crust familes before and after the Civil war. The staunch bigoted attitudes of the whites toward the former slaves. A must read for all. Roger

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Engrossing and enjoyable
I was completely hooked on this book from start to finish and almost couldn't put it down. Great characters and story. Will read it again soon.

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Gone with the Wind, written in 1939, is my all-time favorite book. I love historical fiction. I tend to gravitate to historical fiction from Revolutionary times through the Civil War and Reformation. I particularly enjoy Gone with the Wind because within the pages of the book you live through tragic romances and happily ever afters. The story takes place during the Civil War and the reader is lost in the story through the eyes of Scarlett, Rhett, Ashley, and Melanie, along with a cast of other characters. Of course this time period was very unsettled and the reader learns about such topics as peer pressure from society -- staying loyal to one's family and friends and the South or taking up the cause for the North. As the war continues, some lose everything and, left with nothing, are forced to rise above the rubble and overcome the tragedies of the war. Of course, the haves and the have nots become more divided and further apart, yet adding more frustration to the time period. But, I think perhaps the strongest theme running through the novel is around feminism. As the men leave to join the war forces, the women are left to take care of the home front. There lives as they knew them change and they find themselves rising up to keep their families and their homes safe from harm. I have read Gone With the Wind probably 20 times and every time I read it I seem to always find something new about the characters and the events.
My parents gave me Gone with the Wind when I was still in grade school; a book considered a little "racey" for a grade schooler. At that time, I wasn't allowed to take the book to school, nor did I get to watch the movie, but I am so glad my parents gave me the opportunity to enjoy Gone with the Wind!
 

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User Review  - Larry - Goodreads

Who would have thought that a 1037-page, 80-year-old novel about a spoiled, petulant teenager in petticoats would completely suck me in, and turn out to be one of the greatest novels of all time ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lorena - Goodreads

Scarlet O'Hara is really the most spoiled, selfish and stubborn character ever. But even with her personality or perhaps because of her personality she survived through all the hardships she faced ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ginger - Goodreads

This book is worth the time investment to get through the 1000-plus pages. I thought it might be a bit melodramatic or dated (like the movie), but it wasn't at all. The story quickly engaged me. If ... Read full review

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User Review  - Beverly - Goodreads

A monumental classic considered by many to be not only the greatest love story ever written, but also the greatest Civil War saga. A classic that can be read over and over. Read full review


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