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By Margaret Mitchell
Long past with the Wind is the tale of Scarlett O'Hara, a spoiled Southern belle who makes use of her wits and her wiles to raise herself and her relations out of the ashes left through Sherman's March to the ocean through the American Civil warfare, simply to profit the real which means of affection and friendship as she loses those that became most beneficial to her.
First released in 1936, long gone with the Wind was once provided the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1937 and used to be the root for the epic David O. Selznick movie starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, and Hattie McDaniel, who received the Academy Award for top aiding Actress for her function as Mammy. long gone with the Wind is without doubt one of the such a lot enduring stories of the Southern event through the Civil warfare and the reconstruction that and used to be the one novel released via American author Margaret Mitchell in the course of her lifetime.
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Her wit, her breeding, The great beauty of her bright face, All this, or so it seemed to him, was Night and day before his eyes. Now all his pleasures wearied him, Except that of thinking of her. So expertly did love attack him That he became only too aware of her power; Never had he seen so pleasing A thing in female form, He said, and he called on his eyesight To witness that he had told the truth. ’ he sighed, ‘so miserly Have I been with my love, and so aloof! Now God wishes to use her to avenge All those women who have loved me in vain.
57b 240 244 248 252 256 260 264 Il dit qu’il chevauche a grant rage, Celant son pensé et sa voie, Tant qu’il vinrent a la monjoie Du chastel ou cele manoit. ’ Il nel disoit pas tant por rien Qu’il montast as fossez n’as murs, Con por savoir se ses eürs L’avoit encor si haut monté Qu’il parlassent de [la] bonté De la dame qu’il va veoir. Font cil : ‘Vos devrïez avoir Grant honte, car mal avez fet, Qui ançois nos avez retret Le chastel que la bele dame, Dont chascuns dit bien qu’el roiaume N’a si cortoise ne si bele.
Il lor demande s’i l’iroient Veoir. ’ Fet cil: ‘Je m’en tien bien a vos; Et si le veil et lo que nos 36 The Lay of the Reflection 224 228 232 236 240 244 248 252 256 260 264 He merely said he was taking a gallop, And so hid his purpose and his destination, Until they came to the roadside outpost Belonging to the castle where she dwelt. ’ He did not say it because there was any importance In its ditches and walls, as much as In order to know if his luck Rode high enough For them to speak of the excellence Of the lady he was going to see.
Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell