Posts Tagged ‘margaret mitchell’

On this day in 1941:  W.J. Cash writes Margaret Mitchell to explain a reference to her “Gone With the Wind” in his “The Mind of the South”: “About that ‘sentimental’ crack: thinking it over, I have an idea that what inspired that carelessly thrown-off judgment was the feeling that your ‘good’ characters were shadowy. “On […]

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Instead of (or in addition to) lamenting the shrunkenness of your Sunday paper, check out these digital destinations: — Who knew that Charlotte as recently as 1931 was home to a post of the Grand Army of the Republic? — Harper Lee, Margaret Mitchell, Ralph Ellison…  Jim Ross. — Can’t see the Capitol for the […]

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