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    “Gone with the wind” and the American Civil War are a movie and a historical event which complements each other effectively. I was expecting a great analysis, however as I was reading through the paragraph composition, I found was quite confused in the flow of his paragraph. The sentences seemed fragmented and were not complete. For example, “Rhett now in jail with his foreign bank accounts all blocked, her attempt to get his money has been in vain.” This does not constitute a proper sentence;…

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    marvel coming to a great many perusers around the globe with her memorable novel Gone with the Wind. For this American Civil War-period novel, she won the National Book grant for Most Distinguished Novel in 1936 and the Pulitzer Prize in 1937. Gone with the wind set a business record of 50,000 duplicates in one day , one million in the initial six months and two million in the first year. The film, Gone with the Wind, was a runaway achievement when it showed up in 1939, getting nine Academy…

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    the novel Gone with the Wind. As I have explained, The Killer Angels which later was turned into a film almost twenty years later has continued to receive praise. When either the novel or film is mentioned, it is usually followed by a positive narrative. That is something that cannot be said for Gone with the Wind. Gone with the Wind which was also later turned into a film with the same name, has not seen the same successful criticism it had when it first was made (both novel and film). Gone…

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    The movie “Gone with the Wind”, released in 1939, is considered one of the greatest love stories and even one of the best movies of all time. The story adapted from the novel written by Margaret Mitchell won ten academy awards, became the highest earning film and is still technically the greatest grossing film in the cinema history. Hattie McDaniel even became the first african american oscar winner thanks to this classic of the romantic genre. In a way, “Gone with the Wind” seems like one of…

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    Novel or Gone with the Wind, first published in 1936 in the United States, is a classic romantic novel written by Margaret Mitchell, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937, a prestigious literary award. Gone with the Wind is about the character of Scarlett O'Hara, a beautiful, bright South girl with a lot of modern thinking and open-minded, open-minded and open-minded lifestyle. She represents the image of modern women in a new industrial society, aspires to enrich herself and assert her position in…

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    sister in Copenhagen,Denmark. Her best friend, Ellen Rosen happens to live next door with her mother and father. Annemarie has silvery blonde hair and a lanky stature,she’s also very tall. She loves to run and play pretend and act out scenes of Gone With the Wind using paper dolls with Ellen by her side. Annemarie is also extremely wise and brave beyond her years. Despite being described as a normal little girl during the first few chapters (through the games she plays and the struggles of…

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    make silhouettes because it leads to avoidance of the subject. She first wanted to be an artist when she watched her dad draw when she was three. She likes to make art based on the hardships of her own life. She was also inspired by the book “Gone with the Wind”. She claims most of her pieces are based on exchanges of power and racism. I think this is the reason she likes to use silhouettes, because the viewer cannot assume race in this situation. To make her art, she draws on black paper with…

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    even further away than they had planned to. If Ponyboy had to take three important objects to remember his journey, he would take Dally’s jacket, coca-cola, and a copy of Gone with the Wind. Firstly, Pony would take Dally’s jacket with him. Dally’s jacket had saved Pony from dying in a fire from which they had previously gone into to save children that were trapped. Pony first receives Dally’s jacket when Johnny and Ponyboy tell Dally that they are running away to the country. After the fire,…

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    which are famous in the film history for their beauty. In addition design plays a major role in the movie because, it helps draw the audience into a specific historical time frame not to mention that gone with the wind won an Oscar for the design of the film. Music The music of gone with the wind was scored by the famous Max Steiner, he and his orchestra worked day and night for months in order to be able to get the score in time for the film. The music is being played throughout the…

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    Dust In The Wind Analysis

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    “Dust in the wind” By: Kansas (Song Analysis paper) The song I choose for this analysis is “Dust in the wind” by Kansas. It is very interesting and contains quite a meaningful message within. Dust in the wind is a very emotion heavy and thought-filled song. The song really carries a sad feeling, not necessarily negative but the emotion expressed is definitely not a positive nor happy one. The purpose and or main topic of this song is to convey the idea of generally how unimportant we are in…

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