Recasting: Gone with the Wind in American Culture

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Index
Absalom, Absalom! ( Faulkner): Charles Bon, 87, 88, 92, 101; Ellen Coldfield, 85; Goodhue Coldfield, 91; Rosa Coldfield, 85, 91, 169; Quentin Compson, 91, 92, 98, 99, 100, 101, 169; Quentin Compson, Sr., 168; and GWTW, 36, 98, 210, 212, 217; narrator issue in, 87, 91, 98, 99, 100-101; racial issues in, 87-88, 92, 100; reviewed, 24, 82; as Southern history, 92; Thomas Sutpen, 84-85, 87, 91, 92; Sutpen's Hundred, 100. See also Blacks, in Absalom, Absalom!
Adams, Henry, 30, 185
Adams. J. Donald, 22, 23, 30-51n1. 75, 82, 203
Afro-American, 146
Agee, James, 167
Agrarians, Nashville, 21, 22, 168, 169
Alexander, Holmes, 27
Allen, James S., 142
Amsterdam News, 146
Anderson, Eddie, 143
Anderson, Reta Margaret, 209, 211
Anna Karenina ( Tolstoy), 35, 69-71, 75, 76
Antaeus, 34, 57, 58, 59, 67, 68
Archie, 161, 189
Atlanta: Mitchell's excessive focus on, 171; New South city, 90, 95, 170; and slavery, 193; vulgarity of, 16, 61-62, 64, 75. See also Gone with the Wind, New South values in; New South; O'Hara, Scarlett, and Atlanta
Austen, Jane, 217
Balzac, Honoré de, 76
Bargannier, Earl, 215
Battleground The ( Glasgow), 12, 23
Beard, Charles and Mary, 5
Bearden, Ethel M., 210
Becker, May Lamberton, 76
Benét, Stephen Vincent, 11, 13, 26, 54, 204
Benteen, Will, 66, 189-90, 195
Berghe Pierre vanden, 175
Bernd, Aaron, 50
Big Sam (Everette Brown), 67, 144, 160, 177, 193
Birth of a Nation ( Griffith): family values in, 125-26, 127; historical verisimilitude in, 127, 135; public response to, 124-25; racial dimension of, 125, 153, 147, 148, 175; social content of, 126, 127-28, 132; technical innovations in, 124, See also Blacks, response of; Gone with the Wind (film), compared to Birth of a Nation
Birth of a Race, The, 125
Bishop, John Peale, 6-7, 10n3, 25, 196, 201n10, 204-5.
Blacks: in Absalom, Absalom!, 87, 88, 92, 98-99, 100, 175-76; and American left, 145, 146, 148, 205-6; response of, to Birth of a Nation, 124-25; and New Deal era, 119, 137-39, 191; in Southern romance, 120, 154-57, 175-76. See also Birth of a Nation, racial dimension of; Faulkner, William, on racial issues; Slavery; Southern romance, racial conventions in
--in Gone with the Wind (film), 143, 144; and racial turning point, 119, 125, 137, 139, 140-41, 144-45, 149; response to, 144-47; stereotypes of, 117, 118-19, 140-41
--in Gone with the Wind (novel): irrelevance of, 100, 162-63, 192-93; Negrophobia, 110, 118-19, 137, 156- 158, 159, 160, 177, 213, 219, 222; nurturing roles of, 67; restricted roles of, 35, 36, 77-78, 157, 176-77
Boatwright, James, 8, 196, 197, 199n9, 214, 215, 216, 217
Bowers, Claude, 6
Boyd, James, 27
Brickell, Herschel, 5, 203, 204
Brier, Royce, 27

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