Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Not gone after all

The Times has posted an article about the final typescript of the last four chapters of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind. The chapters—which were mistakenly believed to have been burned in 1949—have turned up in the Pequot Library in Southport, Connecticut, and have gone on display in honor of the novel's 75th anniversary in June.

Note: And even if, like me, you can't stand Gone With the Wind, check out that library! It looks awesome! My local public libraries both look like barns, so I'm totally jealous.



Post a Comment

<< Home

Have a piece of book-related news? Send it our way!


wordcandy.net Bookcrossing bookshelf

Girl Detective

Mysterious Mysteries

A Study in Sherlock




Austen Blog

Previous Posts

Good Omens to hit British TV

Nostalgia with a dollop of gore

Truth in advertising

Silver linings

Diana Wynne Jones: 1924 to 2011

A thorough knowledge of drawing

Next up: Hercule Poirot, pre-mustache?

Sailor Moon returns!

Getting my hopes up

Jessica and Elizabeth ride again


Powered by Blogger