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Gone With The Wind Directed by Victor Fleming is a sweeping tragic romantic drama - a convincing picture of Americas Deep South in Civil War days A story of jealousy greed persistence obsession and love of the land A chronicle of the end of a culture The story takes place during the Civil War The main setting is in Tara Tara is a plantation owned by the Oharas The main character is Scarlett Ohara Vivien Leigh Scarlett is the oldest of three daughters and she has her heart set on marrying Ashley Wilkes Leslie Howard When Wilkes instead marries Melanie Hamilton Olivia De Havilland Scarlett embarks on a long-term campaign to get him back Several husbands and the roguish Rhett Butler Clark Gable become entangled with Scarlett over the years but her love for Ashley is as unwavering as her love of Tara and the land she was born on Tara is the place Scarlett loves the most She goes to Tara when she needs strength to help her with her problems Although Tara is not the only setting it is the most important one In the beginning of the story Scarlett is only a teenager She is a very strong-minded woman but is also very stubborn and tries hard to get her way Sometimes she is a very deceitful person too Scarlett lives a very simple life She is a rich girl in the south that lives on the plantation of Tara She is very beautiful and almost every man wants to marry her except for the one she thinks she loves Ashley Wilkes Scarletts biggest problem is trying to find a way to make Ashley marry her and not his cousin Melanie Rhett Butler was also a very dynamic character in the story He is an independent confident man with a questionable past When all the southern gentlemen want to go to war Rhett is not afraid to disagree even
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