A profile of "Gone With the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell (1900-49), a 1936 Pulitzer Prize winner for her only novel, includes re-creations based on her letters, and explores how racial issues affected her life. Interviewees include authors Pat Conroy, Pearl Cleage and Reynolds Price; Mitchell biographer John Wiley; film critic Molly Haskell; Emory University film historian Matthew Bernstein; and people with personal ties to Mitchell.
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