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The Wind Done Gone



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Author
Randall, Alice
Descriptors
African-American Authors
African-Americans
Black Experience
First Novels
First Person Narratives
Historical Fiction-American
Mothers and Daughters
Race Relations
Slavery
Location/Setting:
The South
Time Period:
19th Century
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Summary
Cynara, Scarlett O'Hara's half sister from the classic novel, Gone With the Wind, tells her own side of the story of how life was in the Old South after the Civil War and the many hardships and heartaches she faced.
Critique
A lot of early publicity about this book due to the lawsuit against the publication of this book. May want to re-read Gone With the Wind to be able to compare the differing viewpoints of life during this time period. A slow but fascinating read. Recommend.
ISBN
061810450X
  iBistro
# of Pages
210
Published
2001
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Reviewer's Initials: DZ


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