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The Character of Scarlet in Gone With the Wind - The Character of Scarlet in Gone With the Wind    "My Dear, I don't give a damn," (718) Rhett Butler says this infamous quote to Scarlet O'Hara at the end of Gone With the Wind (1934), when the woman has finally poured her soul to him. The novel Gone with the Wind (1934) by Margaret Mitchell is a classic about the hard times suffered during and after the Civil War. Scarlet lives in the Confederacy and everyone there is for fighting for his or her noble Cause. The young southern belle Scarlet O'Hara is forced to do things she never thought a girl of her class and nature would have to do....   [tags: Gone With the Wind] 1469 words
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Gone With the Wind : Born Survivors - Gone With the Wind : Born Survivors       Gone With the Wind is a novel written by Margaret Mitchell which focuses on the life of a Southern belle during the Civil War. The underlying focus in Mitchell's Gone With the Wind is that only those who are born survivors will really prosper during times of true hardship. A born survivor is one who will do anything to survive, at any cost. They will get down in the dirt and work like a dog just for a day's meal; they will take something from someone else just so that they and their own can live....   [tags: Gone With the Wind]
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Gone With the Wind - Gone with the Wind, was published in May 1936. The author, Atlanta born, Margaret Mitchell won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937 for her efforts. The novel was the first and only published novel of her career. Miss Mitchell was a storyteller from the time she could speak. She enjoyed writing stories and plays. She would cast herself and her friends in the different roles. She lived in Atlanta all of her life and she was enchanted in the history of the city. Miss Mitchell was influenced by the stories told to her as she spent her childhood sitting on the laps of Civil War veterans and of her mother's relatives, who told stories of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction of the South....   [tags: American Literature ]
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Gone with the Wind, by Margaret Mitchell - What is the title?: Gone with the Wind, an American classical novel and film detailing the love affair between an emotionally manipulative woman and a playfully mischievous man. Who is the author?: Margaret Mitchell, an American author who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937 after publishing Gone with the Wind. What type of work is Gone with the Wind?: A novel that was later depicted in a motion picture. What is the genre?: Romance, historical fiction, and bildungsroman, or a storyline that carefully depicts the main character's maturation....   [tags: Margaret Mitchell, Analysis] 1621 words
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The Civil War and Gone with the Wind - ... Scarlet and Melanie are helping the doctor by tending to the wounded which is over hundreds of people. Scarlet finds out her mother is sick from one of the plantation workers that are helping the war by digging ditches. Melanie has a baby but gets ill while giving birth. The Northerners are making their way into town and so Scarlet, Melanie and their slave make their way home to Tara, back to the plantation. When they arrive back, they notice that the Northerners have taken everything. All that’s left is the actual house....   [tags: war, enlisting, carpetbaggers, dates] 618 words
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"Absalom, Absalom!" and "Gone With The Wind" - William Faulkner's classic Absalom, Absalom!, certainly ranks among the gems of twentieth century American literature and indeed is arguably the best Southern novel ever written. Indeed it might well be thought of as a metaphor of the Confederate legacy of the lost cause myth, which so desperately seeks an answer for how such a noble cause, championed by just and honorable men went down in utter collapse and defeat. For among the sorted affairs of the Sutpen clan lie the elements of destruction of Southern society....   [tags: legacy, South, William Faulkner, Margaret Mitchell]
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Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind - ... Gone with the Wind’s protagonist is the head strong and stubborn Scarlett O’Hara. Miss Scarlett is the spoiled, fiery tempered daughter of Irish immigrant parents who prospered in the agricultural society of the south. The story begins in 1861 when Scarlett was a young girl, a Southern Belle, born to privilege, and her most difficult decision is which beau to dine with at the afternoon barbeque. The reader follows her life as well as her moral and psychological growth as she braves the horrors of war, struggling to survive the apocalypse that destroyed all she had ever known....   [tags: epic tales, story analysis] 905 words
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Gone With The Wind - Gone With the Wind The novel being summarized is titled Gone with the Wind, written by Margaret Mitchell. It was published in 1936, after it took her seven years to write, and won a Pulitzer Prize in 1937. Gone with the Wind was the only book Ms. Mitchell wrote and is an American Classic. Gone with the Wind was a story of men and women living in the south during the war between the states and of the south’s transformation after the war. The novel began in about 1861 at Tara and Twelve Oaks, two southern plantations in Georgia....   [tags: Summary Book Review Essays] 1044 words
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Gone With The Wind - Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell was the American author who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937 for her immensely successful novel, Gone with the Wind, that was published in 1936. She was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and often used the name Peggy. Her childhood was spent on the laps of Civil War veterans and of her mother's relatives who lived through the war and the years that followed. They told her everything about the war, except that the Confederates had lost it. She was ten years old before making this discovery....   [tags: Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell] 1044 words
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Gone With the Wind - Gone With the Wind This is a film about contrast. In the film clip, lagre amount of contrast can be found between characters, lighting, the way of how colour is presented, the way of how camera being placed, and the way of how shots being taken. Misc-en-Scene From the film clip (and the whole film), the colour image is strong on contrast, not only the colour of the settings, the furnitures, and the costumes, also the colour contrast of indoor and outdoor. In the film clip, the major colour is grayish, the tones contain grayish olive green, grayish blue ( Melanie’s costume), and grayish brown....   [tags: essays papers]
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Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell - ... However, when Rhett uncovers the truth and learns of Scarlett’s abject conditions, he is disillusioned and denies Scarlett’s requests despite her numerous incentives, including herself. Undeterred, she persists and eventually obscures the money from Rhett. Finally, at the conclusion of the novel, despite Scarlett's tears and beseeches for Rhett to stay, he unequivocally declares that he does not care for her and walks out the door. But as Scarlett wants Rhett, her determination causes her to be undeterred....   [tags: charachter analysis] 1371 words
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Feminism in Gone With the Wind - In times of war, we find that all though out the history of America, there is some sense of a change. This holds true to time when the Civil War that was being fought in 1861, when the South was against the North. During this particular war in America, we take notice of changing roles in feminism with the cult of true womanhood. This cult is described to be a mold for the "perfect" woman. This is broken down into piety, domesticity, purity, and submission. Piety is devotion and reverence to parents and family....   [tags: American Literature] 1012 words
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Popularity of Gone With the Wind - Popularity of Gone With the Wind Margaret Mitchell's romantic epic, Gone With the Wind, owes its remarkable popularity to the climate of sudden self-destruction and dreariness the Depression created. The Old South's grandeur, coupled with its Civil War-era decadence, provided much-needed escapism for readers, as well as paralleling the U.S.'s own plight in the 20s and 30s. In addition, Scarlett O'Hara's feminist role, her devotion to her land, and her indomitable optimism lent hope to those who had lost faith in the American Dream....   [tags: Margaret Mitchell Literature Romance Essays] 962 words
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Two Worlds Collide: Gone With the Wind and Avatar - For the study of North America, I watched Gone with the Wind and Avatar. Both of these blockbuster films, although made years apart, shed a lot of light on American values and ideals, whether it be a positive or negative light. If I were from another culture, or an alien, I may form opinions that all Americans are like those depicted in these films. We already know, as Americans, that not all of us are exactly like what is showcased in these films. Although the settings of the films are over a century apart, there are many similarities in values, themes and plots....   [tags: film reviews and historical analysis] 1087 words
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Coping With the Civil War in Gone With the Wind by Scarlett O'Hara - Gone with the Wind is a historical novel by Margaret Mitchell that tells the story of Scarlett O'Hara, a young southern woman, during the Civil War. It describes how people coped with the war during this time period. As illustrated by Gone with the Wind, the civilians had to cope with the death of family members and the soldiers' transformation when they returned from war. Moreover, the civilians had to deal with drastic changes in their way of life and the restrictions that came with those changes....   [tags: southern, women, transformation]
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Gone with the Wind: Compare and Contrast of Book Versus Film - ... The novel is over 1,000 pages and the film is 238 minutes, making it the longest movie at the time it was released, (1939). There are some very notable differences, however, between the book and the film. In both the movie and the book, Scarlett is married three times. Scarlett marries Charles Hamilton, a young man whom is leaving for the war. She immediately agrees to marry him in order to make Ashley Wilkes jealous. Scarlett is obsessed with Ashley and makes most of her life decisions throughout the film and movie only to position herself to be closer to him....   [tags: love story, scarlett, rhett butler]
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Book vs Movie, Disappointment in the Difference of Gone with the Wind - ... For example, in the book Scarlett had three children, but in the movie she only had one child. The children are significant in that they give the reader an insight into Scarlett’s terrible parenting skills and make her character even more unlikeable. In the book, Ashley Wilkes has two sisters, Honey and India, but in the movie India is his only sister. Another character who was omitted from the movie is Will Benteen, who marries Scarlett’s sister, Suellen, and helped rebuild Tara. One very significant change in characters was the portrayal of Scarlett’s attacker as a white man in the movie instead of the black attacker in the book....   [tags: characters, atlanta, love story]
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Comparing Time of the Temptress and Gone With the Wind - Comparing Time of the Temptress and Gone With the Wind      In the Harlequin romance Time of the Temptress, by Violet Winspear, the author seems to be trying to write an intelligent story of romance, bettered by its literary self-awareness. She fails on both counts. Winspear appears to recognize that more valued literature tends to involve symbolism and allusions to other works. It seems she is trying to use archetypes and allusions in her own novel, but her references to alternate literature and culture are embarrassingly obvious and awkward....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Facts Surrounding the Film Gone with the Wind - Gone with the Wind: Directed by Victor Fleming Victor Fleming's production, Gone with the Wind, made an impact on the large amount of people suffering from the depression because of his talent, the storyline of the film, and the 'get away place' it served as. Victor Fleming, the director behind multiple motion pictures, was a very talented man. Before his career in the movie business, he lived an interesting lifestyle. Fleming's days before being famous are reported in multiple reference books and online documentations such as the Victor Fleming biography (written by the AEC One Stop Group Incorporated ®)....   [tags: essays research papers] 743 words
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Hollywood's Take on the Civil War - ... Even when freed, most stayed with Scarlett. Throughout the duration of the movie, the slaves are well treated and rewarded. These circumstances were hardly the real case during the actual 1860s. Additionally, the behavior of African Americans during the film garnered hostility. Prissy, a house servant, came across as foolish, deceitful, and unable to deal with stressful situations. Critics believed that her performance enforced the stereotype that African Americans could not function on their own....   [tags: Gone with the Wind, Lost Cause, Glory]
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The Theme of Nationalism in "Pan Tadeusz" and "Gone with the Wind" - Nationalism is defined as "loyalty and devotion to a nation; a sense of national consciousness exalting one nation above all others and placing primary emphasis on promotion of its culture and interests as opposed to those of other nations or supranational groups" in the Merriam Webster's Dictionary. This is a reoccurring theme in both Pan Tadeusz and Gone With the Wind. Adam Mickiewicz's Pan Tadeusz is an epic poem that takes place in Poland in the years of 1811 and 1812 while Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell is set in the American south between 1861 and 1871....   [tags: Comparative Literature] 839 words
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Common Ties within the Races in Gone With the Wind and Jubilee - Common Ties within the Races in Gone With the Wind and Jubilee Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction are general ideas that are subjects in many novels written in the past. Two influential and controversial novels that these themes are present in are Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and Jubilee by Margaret Walker. These books take place in the same time period, but show different views that took place in these times. Gone With the Wind tells about the lives of white southerners and Jubilee talks of the African-American slaves....   [tags: Movie Compare Contrast Film] 1182 words
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The River Between Us vs The Movie Gone with the Wind - The book The River Between Us by Richard Peck was interesting, it talks and describes the different events that happened to Tilley the main character. The movie Gone With the Wind was easier to understand because it showed the different characters. Just as the book, the movie Gone With the Wind also describes the different events that happened in the life of Scarlett, the main character. Even though the book and the movie are different because they describe the life of two different women, they are similar because their lives were effected by the Civil War....   [tags: Richard Peck] 739 words
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Polite Society Gone with the Wind in A Good Man is Hard to Find - Polite Society Gone with the Wind in A Good Man is Hard to Find A Good Man is Hard to Find is consistent with Mary Flannery O'Connor's view that contemporary society was drastically changing for the worse. O'Connor's obvious displeasure with society at the time has often been attributed to her Catholic religion, her studies in the social science field, and the fact that the celebrated lifestyles of the elite southern whites were "Gone with the Wind." Evidence of society's "demise" is woven into the story, and presented through an interesting generation gap....   [tags: A Good Man is Hard to Find] 434 words
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A Comparison of the Representation of the Afro-American Actresses Hattie McDaniel and Whoopie Goldberg in the Scam Scenes of Gone With the Wind - A Comparison of the Representation of the Afro-American Actresses Hattie McDaniel and Whoopie Goldberg in the Scam Scenes of Gone With the Wind Gone with the wind was released in 1939 and was directed by Victor Fleming. The film tells the epic tale of a woman's life during one of the most tumultuous periods in America's history. From her young, innocent days on a feudalistic plantation to the war-torn streets of Atlanta, from the utmost luxury to absolute starvation and poverty and from her innocence to her understanding and comprehension of life....   [tags: Papers] 541 words
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The Use of Wind as an Alternative Energy Source - ... At 100 feet (30 meters) or more aboveground, they can take advantage of the faster and less turbulent wind. Turbines catch the wind's energy with their propeller-like blades. Usually, two or three blades are mounted on a shaft to form a rotor. (renewableenergy.com) Wind power has become affordable enough to compete with fossil fuels. Around the world utility services are offering wind-generated electricity at a premium of 2 to 3 cents per kWh. A household that uses wind power for a quarter of its electrical needs, the cost would only be $4 or $5 dollars per month for it and the price is still dropping....   [tags: wind turbines, sources of energy] 630 words
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The Dream of Wind Power Becoming a Reality - The Dream of Wind Power Becoming a Reality The United States and all of the industrialized nations were built and are currently sustained by the burning of millions of tons of fossil fuels. This method of producing power has had disastrous consequences on human beings and our environment, which include air pollution, global warming and acid rain. Ever since the realization of these consequences people all over the world have been searching for alternative energy sources that are clean and sustainable....   [tags: Wind Power Essays]
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Images and Imagery in Robert Frost's Wind and Window Flower - Imagery in Robert Frost's Wind and Window Flower After reading this poem by Robert Frost, I was left with many different ideas about this work. I believe one could take this poem in a literal sense to actually be about a window flower and the wind. I also believe, however, that this poem perhaps has a bit of a deeper meaning. Looking first at the poem in a literal sense, the story is told of a lonely window flower that is sitting on a window sill, and the image is that the flower is looking out the window....   [tags: Frost Wind and Window Flower Essays] 749 words
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The Love Story Interpretations of Robert Frost's Poem, Wind And Window Flower - The Love Story Interpretations of Robert Frost's Poem, Wind And Window Flower When reading Robert Frost Poem, Wind And Window Flower, I could not help but think that love and heartache were involved. I came up with two interpretations for Wind And Window Flower. In both interpretations, the Wind and the Window Flower signify a man and a woman. My first interpretation is as follows: Lovers, forget your love for an instance, and listen to the love of these two people. The characters in the poem are a Winter Breeze and A Window Flower....   [tags: Frost Wind and Window Flower Essays] 753 words
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Analysis of Shellys Ode to the West Wind - Analysis of Shellys Ode to the West Wind Analysis of Shelly's "Ode to the West Wind" “Ode to the West Wind” is a poem of deep despair as well as one of vivid imagery. The first section is fairly straightforward with constant references to death, corpses and destruction that Shelly uses as a metaphor for autumn. The allusion to disease and darkness describes the West Wind in this first section. Shelly sees it as a sort of ‘grim reaper’ but seems to come back from the whole topic by also calling it the “preserver”....   [tags: essays papers] 479 words
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The Wind of Change, by The Scorpions - Every once in a while there are songs that enclose a message that appeals to feelings of common interest as well as historical events. The interesting thing about these songs is that they give to the future listeners a perception of what was being felt about that specific moment in history. For instance, “The Wind of Change” by the Scorpions is one of the few songs that as far as I know do this. This song is about the historical changes that succeeded the downfall of communism as well as the Berlin wall....   [tags: Musical Analysis] 1037 words
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Energy in the World Around Us - ... The power of the sun, the wind, the moon and stars, and the water are all sources of energy that do not contribute to the carbon dioxide emission but harnessing this energy depends on how effective the energy is and the cost of it. Wind power is a very useful tool. Wind energy has only been utilized in the past recent years and is a good source of energy that will be used much more in the future. The costs for building a structure for wind energy have gone down with more production and have now stabilized....   [tags: renewable, wind, hydrogen] 556 words
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Ode to the West Wind by Percy Shelley - ... Percy was in a relationship with Harriet. Percy and Harriet had two children, daughter Elizabeth Lanthe born in (1813-1876) and son Charles born in 1814. Percy made several trips to London to the bookshop and the home of William Godwin the father of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin. He also studied the writing of Godwin’s and embraced his radical philosophy. Percy Shelley’s understanding of Godwin’s resulted to acquaintance with his daughter Mary. The love they had for each other grew in 1814. He eloped a second time with Mary and her stepsister Claire in tow settling in Switzerland (www.dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist)....   [tags: harriet, elizabeth, biography]
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Ode to The West Wind Poem Analysis - Percy Bysshe Shelley was the definition of a Romantic poet. His philosophical ideals emphasized the importance of aestheticism and his poetry clearly portrayed the beauty and majesty of the natural world. Like many of his Romantic peers, Shelley’s own life was short, tragic, and full of hardships. Drowned in a boating accident before the age of thirty, his one desire that his words would impact and inspire did not become a reality until long after his departure. In his poem, “Ode to the West Wind,” Shelley uses symbolism, simile, meter, imagery, and many other devices to present the power of nature and the speaker’s hope for this power to become part of him in his mission to bring about ins...   [tags: percy shelley, romantic poet, poems]
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Ode to the West Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey by Wordsworth - "Ode to the West Wind" by Percy Bysshe Shelley and "Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" by Wordsworth The two chosen pieces both have a dominant theme of nature. Shelley, in his poem 'Ode to the West Wind,'; uses poignant tone, while using personification and imagery to unravel his theme of nature. While Wordsworth's '...Tintern Abbey'; contains a governing theme of nature, Wordsworth uses first person narration, illusive imagery, as well as an amiable tone to avow his connection to nature....   [tags: Shelley Wordsworth Ode Tintern Essays] 705 words
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