Academy british centenary english essay history law maitland pollock proceedings

Thank you for your web site. I was delighted to see most people agree with me that Melanie Hamilton Wilkes is our De Haviland role. Seeing "Gone with the Wind" for the first time in 1979 at an anniversary revival, I barely notice Clark Gable or Vivian Leigh. I was mesmerized by Melani. And the most dramatic moment in the film for me was then, and still is now, the moment during Ashley's birthday party when Scarlet arrives and Melani crosses the room, for what seems to take an eternity, to either greet her or slap her. We sit there, waiting breathless, in the dark to see which it will be. - John Feeley

Academy british centenary english essay history law maitland pollock proceedings

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