gone with wind

Gone With the Wind

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noun
a novel (1936) by Margaret Mitchell.
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(1936) A phenomenally popular novel by the American author Margaret Mitchell. Set in Georgia in the period of the Civil War, it tells of the three marriages of the central character, Scarlett O'Hara, and of the devastation caused by the war.

Note: The film version of Gone With the Wind, which premiered in 1939, is one of the most successful films ever made.
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