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  1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Philip C. Kolin
  3. pp. 6-10
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  1. Gone With the Wind from a British Perspective
  2. Helen Taylor
  3. pp. 11-15
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  1. “I Am Scarlett”: Fan Mail and the Casting of Gone With the Wind
  2. Steve Wilson
  3. pp. 16-52
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  1. Heeding the Unheard: The Excluded Music and Musicians of Gone With the Wind
  2. Nathan Platte
  3. pp. 53-74
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  1. “Death, Lice, and Men Chopped Up”: Medicine and the Making of Gone With the Wind
  2. Michael A. Flannery
  3. pp. 75-97
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  1. Catholicism, Irony, and Gone With the Wind
  2. John Devanny
  3. pp. 98-113
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  1. Gone With the Wind and the Brethren: Fugitive, Agrarian, and New Critical Responses to a Southern Phenomenon
  2. Joseph Millichap
  3. pp. 114-127
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  1. Herschel Brickell and Margaret Mitchell: Archival Documentation of a Literary Friendship
  2. Jennifer Ford
  3. pp. 128-137
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  1. Marketing the Illusion of Fidelity: Gone With the Wind, Novel and Film
  2. Terence Hoagwood
  3. pp. 138-152
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  1. “Furl that Banner, Softly, Slowly”: Confederate Flags and the Historical Gaze in Gone With the Wind
  2. Billy Middleton
  3. pp. 153-170
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  1. “Ridiculous Extremes”: Historical Accuracy, Gone With the Wind, and the Role of Beauty in Plantation Tourism
  2. Matthew Paul Smith
  3. pp. 171-190
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  1. Kisses and Commerce: Belle Watling and Scarlett O’Hara
  2. John M. Clum
  3. pp. 191-206
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  1. Southern Belle/s: Contextualizing Gone With the Wind in Two Twenty-First Century Films
  2. Deborah E. Barker
  3. pp. 207-226
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  1. An Interview with Alice Randall
  2. Randall Kenan
  3. pp. 227-244
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  1. A Forum on Gone With the Wind: A Convergence of Voices
  2. Phillip Gentile
  3. pp. 245-254
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  1. through a lens darkly
  2. Sister Lou Ella Hickman
  3. p. 256
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  1. Talking About the Wind
  2. Malaika Favorite
  3. pp. 257-258
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  1. Burn, Hollywood, Burn
  2. Jack B. Bedell
  3. p. 259
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 260-262
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