GONE WITH THE WIND. MARGARET MITCHELL.
GONE WITH THE WIND
GONE WITH THE WIND
GONE WITH THE WIND
GONE WITH THE WIND
GONE WITH THE WIND

GONE WITH THE WIND

INTERNATIONAL COLLECTORS LIBRARY AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS, (1936). INTERNATIONAL COLLECTORS LIBRARY AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS 1936. Black tooled leatherette bound, gold lettering . Worthy of collection. In 1861, on the eve of the American Civil War, Scarlett O'Hara lives at Tara, her family's cotton plantation in Georgia, with her parents and two sisters and their many slaves. Scarlett learns that Ashley Wilkes, whom she secretly loves, is to be married to his cousin, Melanie Hamilton, and the engagement is to be announced the next day at a barbecue at Ashley's home, the nearby plantation Twelve Oaks. At the Twelve Oaks party, Scarlett makes an advance on Ashley but is rebuffed; instead, she catches the attention of another guest, Rhett Butler. The barbecue is disrupted by news of the declaration of war, and the men rush to enlist. In a bid to arouse jealousy in Ashley, Scarlett marries Melanie's younger brother Charles before he leaves to fight. Following Charles's death while serving in the Confederate States Army, Scarlett's mother sends her to the Hamilton home in Atlanta, where she creates a scene by attending a charity bazaar in her mourning attire and waltzing with Rhett, now a blockade runner for the Confederacy. (wiki). . Very Good + + / No DJ. Item #988

INTERNATIONAL COLLECTORS LIBRARY AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS, 1936 GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK. Copyright , MCMXXXVI by the Macmillan company. Very Good++ solid, very slight pulling of spine at top, clean, no writing, no bumped corners. EX Libris label on front pace down, silk ribbon. Black tooled leatherette bound, gold lettering . Worthy of collection and Gift Giving.

Price: $60.00

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