James A. Crank
Tue., Dec. 15, 7 p.m. 2015
From the venue:Since its publication in 1936, Gone With the Wind has held a unique position in American cultural memory, both for its particular vision of the American South in the age of the Civil War and for its often controversial portrayals of race, gender, and class. New Approaches to Gone With the Wind offers neither apology nor rehabilitation for the novel and its Oscar-winning film adaptation. Instead, the nine essays provide distinct, compelling insights that challenge and complicate conventional associations.