Today in 1936, Gone With the Wind was published. It was written by a woman, Margaret Mitchell. It won a Pulitzer Prize. It was soon turned into a movie in 1939. One of the first books to movie in history. In 2001 it was the subject of a court case., concerning a parady protected by the first amendment, a book that subsiquentlly became a New York Times Bestseller.
In honor of Mitchell's Gone With the Wind, here are some clips to bring back some nostalgia.
Gone with the Wind
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