Gone with the Wind
Widely considered The Great American Novel, and often remembered for its epic film version, Gone With the Wind vividly depicts the drama of the Civil War and Reconstruction. It tells the growth story of Scarlett under the background the Civil War and its aftermath. With burning fields expands and the deterioration of living environment, the resistance and stubbornness inside her gradually expose. In a series of frustrations, she saves herself and changes the fortune of the family. Meanwhile, she experiences the struggle and growth of love and finally she knows who is her true love in heart.
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Review: Gone with the WindCrítica de los usuarios - Kathy - Goodreads
Ugh. For a start, I read this book when I was twelve, quite literally as a dare to myself. It was a childish whimsy, an internal gamble to prove that I too, could wade through the proverbial trenches ... Leer comentario completo
Review: Gone with the WindCrítica de los usuarios - ✰ Allison ✰ - Goodreads
This book is LONG, but the length, I believe, is justified, as it captures the social complexities of an entire community over many turbulent years. With its focus on the unscrupulous Scarlett O'Hara ... Leer comentario completo