Gone with the wind as book and film.
Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, ©1983
|提及的人：||Margaret Mitchell; Margaret Mitchell; Scarlett O'Hara, (Fictitious character); Margaret Mitchell; Margaret Mitchell; Margaret Mitchell|
|材料类型：||传记, 政府刊物, 州政府或者省政府刊物|
Richard Barksdale Harwell
|描述：||xxi, 274 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm|
|内容：||Gone with Miss Ravenel's courage, or Bugles blow so red : a note on the Civil War novel / Richard Harwell --
Non sum qualis eram bonae sub regno Cynarae / Ernest Dowson --
Announcement of Gone with the wind / The Macmillan Company --
The book of the month : reviews / Sam Tupper [and others] --
The best friend GWTW ever had / Herchel Brickell --
The title "Gone with the wind" / William Lyon Phelps --
Margaret Mitchell / Margaret Mitchell --
When Margaret Mitchell was a girl reporter / Medora Field Perkerson --
The private life of Margaret Mitchell / Edwin Granberry --
The story begins at a luncheon bridge in Atlanta / Lois Dwight Cole --
People on the home front / H.N. Oliphant --
Little woman, big book : the mysterious Margaret Mitchell / Ralph McGill --
Mr. Mitchell remembers Margaret / Keith Runyon --
Are we still fighting the Civil War? / Clifford Dowdey --
Introduction to Kiss the boys good-bye / Clare Boothe --
Reflections of theology from Gone with the wind / Howard Tillman Kuist --
Our second reconstruction / Westbrook Pegler --
The hysterical personality and the feminine character : a study of Scarlett O'Hara / Charles E. Wells --
News from Selznick International Pictures for the defense / David O. Selznick --
Studies in Scarlett / Gavin Lambert --
How Hollywood built Atlanta / Wilbur G. Kurtz --
Three years of hullabaloo / Newsweek --
Atlanta's most brilliant event / Harold Martin --
David Selznick's film is world's greatest / Hollywood Spectator --
An open letter to Mr. Selznick / Carlton Moss --
Max Steiner establishes another film music record / Bruno David Ussher --
Scarlett materializes / Nell Battle Lewis --
Gone with the wind : the Old South as a national epic / Edward D.C. Campbell, Jr. --
Tara twenty years after / Robert Y. Drake, Jr. --
The last of its genre / Henry Steele Commager --
Gone with the wind as vulgar literature / Floyd C. Watkins --
Reconsideration : totin' de weery load / James Boatwright --
Gone with the wind and The grapes of wrath as Hollywood histories of the depression / Thomas H. Pauly --
Margaret Mitchell : Gone with the wind and War and peace / Harold K. Schefski --
The anti-Tom novel and the Great Depression : Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the wind / Leslie A. Fiedler.
|责任：||compiled and edited by Richard Harwell.|
One of the foremost authorities on Gone With the Wind, Richard Harwell, has gathered into one collection the most significant writings on the book, the film, and author Margaret Mitchell. Harwell brings special depth and understanding to these writings because of his personal acquaintance with Mitchell and his long-time study of GWTW phenomena. The late Richard Harwell was acknowledged as an expert on Gone With the Wind and related writings. He built one of the world's largest collections of GWTW volumes and memorabilia. Harwell wrote many books and edited many others, including Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind" Letters: 1936-1949 and Gone With the Wind: The Screenplay. At the time of his retirement he was curator of rare books and manuscripts at the University of Georgia Library. --Publisher description.
- Mitchell, Margaret, -- 1900-1949. -- Gone with the wind.
- Mitchell, Margaret, -- 1900-1949 -- Film and video adaptations.
- Gone with the wind (Motion picture)
- Georgia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Literature and the war.
- Georgia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Motion pictures and the war.
- Novelists, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
- O'Hara, Scarlett -- (Fictitious character)
- Mitchell, Margaret. -- Gone with the wind.
- Mitchell, Margaret.
- Gone with the wind.
- Georgia -- History -- Literature and the war -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- Georgia -- History -- Motion pictures and the war -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- Mitchell, Margaret -- Film and video adaptations
- Mitchell, Margaret -- Gone with the wind
- Novelists, American -- Biography -- 20th century
- O'Hara, Scarlett (Fictitious character)