Gone With the Wind


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Gone With the Wind

archetypal novel about the South. [Am. Lit.: Gone With the Wind]
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However, while most audiences and readers are very familiar with Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz, Adams' other choices, such as The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn were, as Adams acknowledges, not as celebrated as the first two.
Good news for movie buffs in the UAE is that Gone with the Wind is appearing in movie theatres in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Gone with the Wind is the top pick among Baby Boomers and Matures alike, though their selections diverge from there; Star Wars and Titanic round out the top three for Baby Boomers, while for Matures it's The Sound of Music and The Godfather.
I've never made the same thing twice and it probably sounds not that interesting - but I did enjoy it," she said as Gone With The Wind was unveiled, proving that some things that get blown away do actually come back.
As Gone With The Wind sold 50,000 copies a day in New York alone, Margaret Mitchell was compared with Tolstoy, Thomas Hardy and Charles Dickens.
Gone with the Wind eventually opened at the Savoy in Radford Road.
The officer on duty was furious and said: 'I thought you had gone with the wind.
Using Gone With the Wind, which I believe is one of the most watched films, I'm referencing and playing with the fact that if a person has seen the film it already exists in their mind.
Gone With The Wind finished tailed off in all her five starts.
The recipient of eight Oscars in all, Gone With The Wind was made back in 1939 - about the same time that Hitler was invading the rest of Europe.
Think what a number the Civil War and interpersonal neuroses do on Scarlett and Rhett in Gone With the Wind, just as homophobia does on the erotic trio in Sunday Bloody Sunday and racism on the housewife and the gardener in Far From Heaven.
BOTTOM-numbing movie classic Gone With The Wind has been voted the greatest epic of all time.