“Gone with the wind” is a novel written by the famous American writer Margaret Mitchell. It won the Pulitzer Prize for literature in 1937. Based on the background of the American Civil War, the novel tells a ups and downs love story between the protagonist Scarlett and Rhett.
“Gone with the wind” takes Atlanta and a nearby plantation as the story scene, and depicts the life of southerners before and after the civil war. The work depicts the images of many southerners in that era, among which Scarlett, Rhett, Ashley and Melanie are typical representatives.