If you haven't read Gone with the Wind since you were a teenager 50 years ago, what impressions will you have of it now? Will it still be the exciting page-turner it was then? Or not at all? Sarah Lawson looks at Margaret Mitchell's famous Civil War novel again to satisfy her own curiosity and to share her impressions in 14 essays.
About the Author
Sarah Lawson, Indiana-born Londoner, has written poetry, memoirs, and translations from French, Spanish and Dutch. She has degrees in English from Indiana University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Glasgow University.