|dc.title||Gone With the Wind|
|dc.creator||Mitchell, Margaret, 1900-1949|
|dc.subject||Coming of age- Fiction; Slavery; Slavery in Literature; United States–History–Civil War, 1861-1865||LCSH|
|dc.description||In this “epic novel of love and war,” Scarlett O’Hara, the spoiled daughter of a plantation owner, must survive on her own and find a way out of poverty in the Civil War South.|
|dc.format||Hardcover book, 833 pages, 8.5 x 5.9 x 1.9 in.|
|dc.relation||Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell; originally published by Macmillan Publishers; New York: June 10, 1936|
Gone with the Wind follows the struggles of Scarlett O’Hara during and after the Civil War, as well as her on-again, off-again relationships with Ashley Wilkes and Rhett Butler. Many people have the opinion that Gone with the Wind should be banned due to racial slurs, as well as the underlying racism in both the way slaves were treated by the characters and portrayed by the narrative.