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Mitchell's first professional writing assignment--an interview with an Atlanta socialite whose couture-buying trip to Italy was interrupted by the Fascist takeover.
conversations of the flapper-era famous and infamous, including matinee idol Rudolph Valentino, and Harry K. Thaw, convicted murderer of high-society architect Stanford White.
a jailhouse interview with a DeKalb County, Georgia, convict who made articifical flowers from scraps and sold them from his cell to support his family.
the concerns of the Jazz Age beauty: can bobbed-hair girls be good?; will Atlanta women ever go for the knickerbocker?; which college boys have mastered the newest dance steps and slang?
a rollicking account of Georgia debutantes afoot in Eygpt as King Tutankhamen's tomb is explored.
a sketch of a ten-year-old's poignant visit to the governor of Georgia appealing for a pardon for her mother, a "lifer" at the state prison farm.
profiles of prominent Georgia Civil War generals, the research for which, scholars believe, led her to her work on "Gone With the Wind."
chronicles of the youth rebellion of the 1920s which resulted in the advent of "the New Woman."
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Book Description: Hill Street Press Books, Athens, GA, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Detailed New Condition: 2000 1st Edition Hardcover with Dust Jacket. DJ shows no signs of wear, tears, abrassions or marking. Inside pages are crisp and clean. Timely shiping and reliable service. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 001284
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