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First published in 1936, Gone with the Wind, the only novel by Margaret Mitchell published during her lifetime, had quickly gained popularity and never lost it since. A 2014 Harris poll revealed that it is the second favorite book in the US (the first place is, of course, taken by the Bible). The events of the novel, which can btw be classified as a coming-of-age story, take place in the state of Georgia at the time of the American Civil War and Reconstruction era. The whole book was written from the slaveholder’s perspective, which made its portrayal of slavery controversial. Despite the fact, many writers of different origins and ethnicities alluded to Gone with the Wind; many scholars picked it to separate words and scrutinized each of them to draw countless conclusions concerning both the style and the ideas. By the way, do you know where the title of the novel was borrowed from? Don’t think of it tomorrow! Hurry up to test your knowledge or to find out by playing our Gone with the Wind trivia quiz!
The book received such a wide acclaim that Margaret Mitchell got a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction a year after “Gone with the Wind” had been published. The author’s creative talent revealed itself through many details, the use of color symbolism being one of the most imaginative and important means of rendering Scarlett O’Hara’s intense feelings. This probably was one of the primary reason why the novel was adapted into a film in 1939. Let’s see if you do not mix the two things up – just answer the questions of this Gone with the Wind quiz!
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