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Scarlett's Buried Secret: The Sad but…
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Scarlett's Buried Secret: The Sad but True Story Behind Margaret…

by Kenneth Baumgardt

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The novel, Gone with the Wind, was published on June 30, 1936, and has become the most beloved and best-known novel by an American woman in history. The book, and the movie that followed in 1939, have won world-wide acclaim and recognition. Numerous scholars have written biographies of Margaret Mitchell that have detailed her public persona, and the majority of events in her life.

However, there was a singular deep, dark secret that she kept hidden. Now, at the 70th anniversary of the famed movie, these details have come to light. The complex relationship of Ms. Mitchell with a certain young man framed her life in sorrow and remembrance. Her often misunderstood work can now been seen in more clarity, for it is actually a veiled attempt to memorialize the one, great, abiding love in her life. Ms. Mitchell's buried secret is now revealed in Scarlett's Buried Secret.

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