Margaret Mitchell
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Easton Press  
Gone With The Wind (2 volume set) - 1968

Franklin Library  
Gone With The Wind - Pulitzer Prize Classics - 1976
Gone With The Wind - World's Best Loved Books - 1978
Gone With The Wind - 20th Century's Greatest Books - 1981
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Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949) was an American writer who was born in Atlanta Georgia, and attended school at the Washington Seminary in Atlanta, and at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. Margaret Mitchell was a writer and reporter at the Atlanta Journal between 1922 and 1926; in the latter year she started writing her most famous book Gone With The Wind and completed it in 1936. Gone With The Wind describes a romantic life in the South during the American Civil War period, and became an almost instant classic in American Literature. Gone With The Wind saw sales of over 1,500,000 copies in the first year alone, and in the following year Margaret Mitchell received the 1937 Pulitzer Prize. Within the following ten years Gone With The Wind was translated into over 30 languages and was made into a classic movie in 1939. In 1949 Margaret Mitchell died shortly after being struck by a car in Atlanta.