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African American Reactions to David O. Selznick’s Adaptation of Gone with the Wind in 1939, Causes and Context: Part III.

III. Gone with the Wind: From novel to script. A. A controversial novel. In 1935, however, somewhere in Atlanta, a book was about to be published, and its adaptation to the screen would challenge the fragile relationship between Hollywood and … Lire la suite

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African American Reactions to David O. Selznick’s Adaptation of Gone with the Wind in 1939, Causes and Context: Part II.

II. African-American stereotypes in Hollywood after The Birth of a Nation. A. Classic stereotypes and African-American resistance. Through Hollywood and the ever-growing number of films that were to be made after The Birth of a Nation, African-Americans would increasingly have … Lire la suite

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African American Reactions to David O. Selznick’s Adaptation of Gone with the Wind in 1939, Causes and Context: Part I.

As I’ve always been interested in movies and movie history, it seems only logical that I would want to write an essay about one of the most famous movies of all: Gone with the Wind. So here’s the first part … Lire la suite

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