GWTW Related Books:
Here are some books that are "Gone With The Wind" related, and that you might want to read after you have finished the original. I know there aren't many books here right now, but if you have more GWTW related books, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org stating the book title and the author's name. Thanks!
-"Scarlett" By Alexandra Ripley. Authorized Sequel to 'Gone With The Wind.' Shows what Scarlett does to get Rhett back, and her new path of life.
-"The Wind Done Gone" By Alice Randall. Unauthorized parody to 'Gone With The Wind.' Diary of Cynara, a slave on Tata. (Tara)
-"Rhett Butler's People" By Donald McCaig. Shows the book from Rhett's point of view. Also shows his childhood, how he became an outcast, and what happens after he tells Scarlett he "doesn't give a damn."
-"Lost Laysen" By Margaret Mitchell. Book that Mitchell wrote when she was 15. Manuscript was found and published in 1996. It is a romance novel set in the South-Pacific.
-"Scarlett Rules" By Lisa Bertagnoli. Has "rules" on how to be like Scarlett. For example, rule #7 is, "When life gives you green velvet curtains, make a green velvet dress."
-"The Making of a Masterpiece: The True Story of Margaret Mitchell's Classic Novel, Gone With The Wind" By Sally Tippett Rains. Has a lot of information about the movie, the book, Margaret Mitchell, and more.
-"The Love Story Behind Gone With the Wind" By Marianne Walker. A look at Margaret Mitchell's life with her (2nd) husband and her only book editor, John Marsh.
-"Road to Tara: The Life of Margaret Mitchell" By Anne Edwards. Mainly a biography following Mitchell from her early years to her death.
-"The Authentic South of Gone with the Wind" By Bruce Wexler. Has many facts about GWTW movie and book, and the Civil War era south.