Who Said This?

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Margaret Mitchell, who in her popular novel Gone With the Wind (New York, 1936) eulogizes the South’s slavery system, is cautious enough not to enter into particulars concerning the plantation hands, and prefers to dwell upon the conditions of domestic servants, who even in her account appear as an aristocracy of their caste.

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2 Responses to Who Said This?

  1. Roderick June 20, 2020 at 9:49 am #

    CHT David Gordon.

  2. Brandon June 22, 2020 at 9:42 pm #

    To call it a eulogy of the south’s slavery system an extremely abstract view of the book. It was also highly critical of the antebellum south. Mitchell was not shy about pointing out things she thought the south did wrong, whether the mistakes were moral or utilitarian.

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