Gone With The Wind
by Margaret Mitchell
Gone with the Wind by writer Margaret Mitchell is a classic of American literature, first published in 1963. The work is set in Georgia and Atlanta during the outbreak of war between the two regions: North and South America.
The content of the novel tells about the life of Scarlett O’Hara. The story is about a young lady with golden leaves and branches having many events in her life that forced her to change herself to adapt. The noble lady of the South of the United States is struggling to find a way to survive the North-South civil war and the period of re-establishing the country. She fought strongly, only to finally realize that she had missed too many things about love and the ideals of life.
She is a smart and strong girl. She dares to fight to find love, her ideal of life. The work is extremely realistic and full of profound humanity…
The story is very good and interesting, you should try reading it!!!
You can read this book here: http://filmeducation.org/pdf/film/GoneWWind.pdf
Reviewed by Huynh Thi Thuy Hang