Tochter Des Südens. Margaret Mitchell Darden Asbury Pyron

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Tochter Des Südens. Margaret Mitchell  by  Darden Asbury Pyron

Tochter Des Südens. Margaret Mitchell by Darden Asbury Pyron
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In this solidly researched narrative, Darden Ashbury Pyron delivers the definitive biography of Margaret Mitchell, a perceptive psychological analysis of her novel Gone With the Wind, and a study of the books shifting critical fortunes in theMoreIn this solidly researched narrative, Darden Ashbury Pyron delivers the definitive biography of Margaret Mitchell, a perceptive psychological analysis of her novel Gone With the Wind, and a study of the books shifting critical fortunes in the contemporary South.

From her birth in the highest reaches of aristocratic Atlanta in 1900 to her death in 1949 in a car accident, Pyron reveals Mitchell as a mass of contradictions, alternately retiring and flirty. She was gutsy enough to enter Atlantas worst prisons and slums during her journalism career and consistently advocate for philanthropy to African-American causes. Mitchell worked obsessively on her novel for a decade but had so little faith in her talent that she kept her work secret from all but her husband. Surprising to those who know only the film version of the masterpiece, Pyron reveals how she intended her book as a repudiation of the then-popular moonlight-and-magnolias strain of Southern literature.

His biography at once casts Mitchell in a new light and further tells the story of the making of the film and the impact that ultimately had upon Mitchell.



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