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The Wind Goes On: 'Gone with the Wind' and the Imagined Geographies of the American South

  title={The Wind Goes On: 'Gone with the Wind' and the Imagined Geographies of the American South},
  author={T. Edmondson},


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The Long, Hot Summer of 1967: Urban Rebellion in America
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The Making of Gone With The Wind
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American History through Hollywood Film: From the Revolution to the 1960s
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“Mississippi’s Greatest Hour”: The Mississippi Civil War Centennial and Southern Resistance
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] On Tuesday, March 28, 1961, the overcast clouds above Jackson, Mississippi, parted just around ten o'clock in the morning. Shortly after, drummers took to their instruments toExpand
30th Anniversary Edition
The 30th Volume of Advances in Econometrics is in honor of the two individuals whose hard work has helped ensure thirty successful years of the series, Thomas Fomby and R. Carter Hill. This volumeExpand
A Monument to Many Souths: Tourists Experience Southern Distinctiveness at Stone Mountain.
  • Press of Florida,
  • 2012