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GWTWdraft2012day1 - GANDHI 1982 Gone with the Wind(1939...

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GANDHI, 1982
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Gone with the Wind (1939)
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Southern Epic
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Epic Subjects / Themes
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GLORY, 1989
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Confederate Flag
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What makes an epic an epic? Large scale /scope Spectacular effects Historical reference (real or fictional) Multiple characters. “The masses” Hero or heroine embodies society The work justifies a culture or the end of a culture 45-50 years later Is GWTW an epic in these terms?
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Protagonist of the Epic
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Protagonist of the Novel
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Core Plot of the Novel Character moves from innocence to experience, illusion to disillusion Education of the character = Bildungsroman Character who learns marries, gets rich, or moves to a new stage of life Character who fails to learn may die Scarlett…
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Scarlett in white
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Scarlett at Twelve Oaks
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Scarlett, Ashley, Rhett
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The Ball
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Scarlett in Red Love paper dolls? Figurines? Buy Scarlett!
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Scarlett Christmas Ornaments
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Frivolity, pleasure, vanity?
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Rhett at foot of stairs
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