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Gone With the Wind

By: Jing, Yang Mitchell, Margaret

7531729652 / 9787531729655
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01/12/2012
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1 pages
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Quiz No: 202295, Points 71.00, Book Level 7.10,
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World Literary Classics:Gone With The Wind (Two Volumes for a Suit) (Cover-to-Cover Translation) has a English name of "e;Gone With The Wind"e; that can be translated as "e;Gone With The Wind"e; for literal translation, and also translated as "e;Gone With the Wind"e; (Luanshi Jiaren in Chinese).With American Civil War and post-war reconstruction period in 1860s as background, life of southerners in America before and after civil war is described.Not only images of many southerners in that era are depicted in the work.

Scarlett, Rhett, Ashley, Melanie and other characters occupying central positions are typical representatives.

Their customs and etiquette, behaviors, spiritual ideas, political attitudes even dressing are described in details in the novel.The novel focuses on the moving story that smart and beautiful Scarlett who is a daughter of manor owner tirelessly struggle under unfortunate experience of frustrated feeling and trauma of war.World Literary Classics:Gone With The Wind (Two Volumes for a Suit) (Cover-to-Cover Translation) reflects social life of southern regions of U.S. in that era successfully, also reflects the decay process of southern slave society in U.S. that slave-owning economy finally will be replaced by capitalistic economy vividly.

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