What would you like to do?
How many words in gone with the wind?
One of Margaret Mitchell's friends and one of the few that knew she was writing a book was working at the MacMillian Company. They were looking for new novels written in… the South and so Lois suggested that the publisher vists Mitchell. At first she insisted that she was not a writer, but eventually she gave him the manuscript. So the answer is none. It was never rejected.
The famous last lines of Scarlett on the steps of her mansion are: "Tara! Home. I'll go home. And I'll think of some way to get him back. After all... tomorrow is another day.…"
Scarlett has three husbands. They are Charles Hamilton, Frank Kennedy and Rhett Butler. Charles dies of dysentery at the very start of the war, Frank is shot and killed while …trying to defend Scarlett's honor and Rhett leaves Scarlett after the death of their daughter, Bonnie Blue. It is at that time he delivers the second of the two most famous lines in the novel and movie. When Scarlett asks Rhett where will she go or what will she do without him, he turns to her as he is walking out the door and says "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."
The classic film Gone with the Wind won nine Academy Awards: Best Actress (Vivian Leigh), Best Supporting Actress (Hattie McDaniel), Best Director (Victor Fleming), Best Pictu…re, Editing, Screenplay, Art Direction, and Cinematography. R.D. Musgrave won an award for Technical Achievement, as well. It was also nominated for Original Score, Sound, and Best Actor (Clark Gable). The movie also received two special awards for color and for equipment projection.
Gone with the Wind won eight Academy Awards: Best Picture Best Director - Victor Fleming Best Actress - Vivien Leigh Best Supporting Actress - Hattie McDaniel Best Writing, S…creenplay - Sidney Howard Best Art Direction - Lyle R. Wheeler Best Cinematography, Color - Ernest Haller, Ray Rennahan Best Film Editing - Hal C. Kern, James E. Newcom The 1939 classic movie,"Gone with the Wind," received a record 13 Academy Award nominations. The movie won 8 Academy Awards. This film held the record for, winning the most Oscars. However, the movie, "Ben - Hur," would break the record in 1959, by winning 11 Academy Awards.
Actually there are multiple versions of the book, so there is no clear answer to this question. One paperback version amazon lists at 960 pages. A hardback edition a…t amazon is listed at 1,040 pages. The first edition had 1037 pages. It entirely depends on the printing. I know my grandmother used to refer to a 600 and some page version. Hope that at least gives a point of reference. Alica
Scarlet O'Hara only had one child, a young girl named Bonnie. She has three children, one from each husband: Wade Hampton Hamilton (son to Charles Hamilton), Ella Lorena Ken…nedy (daughter to Frank Kennedy) and Eugenia Victoria "Bonnie Blue" Butler (daughter to Rhett Butler). She loses the fourth child, one she really wants right from beginning, to an accident caused by a quarrel with Rhett, after he ducked from a punch she threw at him causing her to fall down the stairs.
Over 1,500. They included Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Katharine Hepburn, and Paulette Goddard.
$21 million soon to sell out
The 75th anniversary edition published in 2011 by Scribner is 960 pages.
Scarlett: Tara! Home. I'll go home. And I'll think of some way to get him back. After all... tomorrow is another day.
Scarlett had 3 husbands. Hamilton, Kennedy, and Butler.
5.......5 dollar.....5 dollar foot long......at subway! ---- Amazon.com says there are 423, 575 words and 27, 472 sentences
"Gone With the Wind" received eight Academy Awards -- including Best Picture of 1939 -- in 13 nominations.
226 minutes (Copyright length) USA: 238 minutes (Restored DVD version) Sweden: 223 minutes (1969 re-release) Sweden: 234 minutes (1985 re-release) UK…: 224 minutes (1994 re-release) UK: 233 minutes (1989 re-release)