Margaret Mitchell

  1. United States writer noted for her novel about the South during the American Civil War (1900-1949)
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  • ATLANTA — Margaret Mitchell called her tiny ground-floor apartment here on Peachtree Street in midtown "the dump.
  • Local historian Ann Boutwell, a docent at the Margaret Mitchell House for 12 years, gives an entertaining and lively tour through "the dump.
  • Margaret Mitchell had been a genuine "flapper" - blackballed from the Junior League for a "daring" French apache dance she performed at an Atlanta ball. News | WM |
  • The works he has loved most — from Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind" to the poetry of Dylan Thomas — still nourish his imagination; this isn't only because Mr. Conroy is quite mad about words — he jots down every new one he encounters — but because his most cherished books are bound up with the unforgettable individuals who nurtured and influenced him. The Life Well-Read
  • Margaret Mitchell: Scarlett heard the stairs groan and she got softly to her feet.
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