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‘Gone With The Wind’ Prequel In The Works

Publishing house Simon & Schuster announced they will release a prequel to Margaret Mitchell’s epic historical novel Gone with the Wind called Ruth’s Journey, which will tell the story of Scarlett O’Hara’s servant Mammy. What do you think?

  • “Does the world really need another book?”

    Catalynn Jacobs Teaching Assistant
  • “Good. I’ve always wondered what the fuck Mammy’s deal was.”

    Thomas Ingebretson Unemployed
  • “The publishing industry is saved!”

    Mark Halser Fish & Tackle Expert

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