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In telling the private story of the remarkable 24-year marriage of Mitchell and Marsh, Walker has used hundreds of the couple's previously unpublished letters and has conducted interviews with many relatives, ...
In telling the private story of the remarkable 24-year marriage of Mitchell and Marsh, Walker has used hundreds of the couple's previously unpublished letters and has conducted interviews with many relatives, friends, and co-workers of the couple. 60 photos.
Preface to the Anniversary Edition v
Preface to the First Edition ix
Notes about the Letters xviii
Chapter1 A Man of Character 1
Chapter2 1895-1919 / Opposites Attract 17
Chapter3 1912-1921 / Reasonable Ambitions 45
Chapter4 1922-1924 / A Bizarre Courtship 67
Chapter5 1922-1925 / Love Regained 91
Chapter6 1925-1926 / A Writer in Progress 127
Chapter7 1927-1935 / In the Wake of a Masterpiece 165
Chapter8 1935-1936 / Midwife to a Novel 209
Chapter9 1936 / A Fantastic Dream 245
Chapter10 July 1936 / Unbelievable Days 279
Chapter11 1936-1937 / Reaping the Whirlwind 311
Chapter12 1937-1939 / Publicity, Pirates, and Power 345
Chapter13 1936-1939 / Making the Movie 383
Chapter14 1940-1945 / Patriotic Volunteer 429
Chapter15 1945-1952 / Reality of Dark Dreams 473
Posted March 30, 2012
This was just a great book! It's long, but it's worth it. The book tells the story of the love between Margaret Mitchell (who wrote Gone with the Wind) and John Marsh. It's well-written and easy-to-read. It is also very well-researched and provides and excellent narrative of their lives together.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.