scarlett , a very personality figures ,the two mans she

love ,neither does she know about.to her, i was compelled to admire, admire her strong and brave, admire her to lay down in the

environment, farm workers previously suffered education, admire her to disregard the community to create their own expression of the cause .she is in the whole story, all a person full of fighting will full of vitality . i appreciated most , it is this " tomorrow is another day of hers. " . promising forever, full of fighting will , will never give up, never desperate. i think i’m moved by her.so, whenever i meet difficulty, the mood is not good, i will tell oneself : " tomorrow is another day. " ’gone with the wind’ is absolutely a good book that is worth sampling repeatedly, the

characters are graceful , the plot rises and falls, exciting boldly and uncon strainedly, though the subjective factor because of the author among them , the appraisal on u.s.a.’s civil war is not

objective and overall, but as to angle of literature, this one fine piece of writing generation definitely absolutely, worth visiting. title: the little prince

author: antoine de st-exupery

main characters: the little prince, the pilot, the rose, the fox, the snake, etc.

despite i’ve not in my childhood yet, i still prefer reading fairy-tale stories. the tales, which accompany with me in my old days, often make me think of some precious experience and sensation which only belong to children. this summer i’ve review this kind of tale, which was published in 1940. it’s the world-famous fairy-tale by the french author, antoine de st-exupery, the little prince.

as many other fairy-tales, the outline of the little prince is not

very complex. “i”, the narrator of the story, is a pilot whose

plane has something wrong and lands in the sahara. in this occasion, the pilot makes the acquaintance of the little prince, a little boy from another planet, the asteroid b612. the little prince has escaped from his tiny planet, because he has some quarrel with a rose, which grows on his planet. in that case he left his own planet and took an exploration at some neighbor asteroids.

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My reading report

Gone With The Wind

The novel is set in North Georgia at the time of the American Civil War, from 1861 to 1865 and beyond when the Southern plantation owners fought the northern Yankees for the right to own slaves. They lost the war, suffered innumerable losses of life in the process, and the romantic plantation life depicted in the early chapters of the novel is destroyed. During this period the characters in the novel undergo the transition from a carefree playful life of picnics and parties (underlain by the hard graft of their slaves) to one of hand-to-mouth living and hard physical labor, and finally, back to prosperity. About Scarlett O’Hara and Brave

Scarlett O‘Hara is a spoilt society beauty with ―bristling black eyelashes‖ – I love this description! – which she uses to charm men. She lives with her sisters and parents on their plantation estate with dozens of slaves, including Mammy, their black housekeeper who is regarded (as much as was possible at that time) part of the family and plays an important role in Scarlett‘s life. The storyline centers around Scarlett‘s life at the time of the civil war and the other characters which interact with her.

Throughout the novel Scarlett makes some appalling decisions, such as marrying the shy, nervous Charles Hamilton (Melanie‘s brother) for spite because Ashley dared to

marry Melanie. She quickly finds that married life isn‘t what it‘s cracked up to be, and that she can no-longer flirt to her heart‘s content. Matters are made even worse when Charles dies while at war, and Scarlett is doomed to years of widowhood, wearing black and no dancing. Worse than this even, she is pregnant with her first child, a fact she despises. However, Scarlett is not one to be held down for long and she quickly rebels against the constraints the society imposes by both dancing and wearing brightly colored clothing (at Rhett‘s impetus) while still in mourning.

Later on when the guns of war come close around Scarlett and her comrades she shows surprising resilience and strength, delivering Melanie‘s baby single-handed amid the sacking of Atlanta, and taking on the responsibility of managing Tara. She proves to be a sound and resourceful businesswoman, who can make difficult decisions when they are needed.

You can‘t help but like Scarlett. She‘s hopelessly selfish, vain, manipulative, deluded and foolish, but she‘s also an extremely vivacious, loyal and strong character who can be relied upon to say and do just exactly what she thinks, regardless of the impact on other people. Again and again through the novel you find yourself thinking ―No Don‘t do that!‖ but you know she‘s going to do it anyway.

About Rhett Butler and Love

Rhett Butler is a dashing renegade, the man who is rumored to have ruined a woman (whispered in shocked tones among Scarlett‘s companions). But he is a hero at the same time. He jeered the South‘s arrogant, but when he saw the soldiers fight bravely to protect their home, he was moved and join the army immediately. Butler is not a traditional gentleman. He is overbearing and wanton, foxery and impolitely. He is a man who is full of contradiction which makes him so charming. That is the reality of social calm and

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unrestrained passion of love, like the mixture of fire and ice.

When Scarlett first met Rhett, she said,

‘sir, you are no gentleman!‘

And Butler answered sarcastically,

?And you, miss, are no lady!‘

At that time, their fate has been an opened book.

Rhett Butler, known for his scandalous ways with women, is the first man to ever offer her real love, along with all the material possessions she could ever ask for. He also happens to be the first man besides her father to truly understand her, her flaws and attributes; in effect, he becomes a kind of solid rock for Scarlet throughout the picture. Their love is a thwarted union of two passionate spirits—share equal focus with the story of people swept along by the forces of history.

But Scarlett still can not forget Ashley, her first love--- a misplaced, deluded infatuation. She still didn‘t realize that she is nobody to Ashley and the man who really cares about her tears is Rhett. And this really hurts Rhett.

When Bonnie was dead, he was drastically collapsed. He told Melanie that Bonnie is the first one that really belongs to him and she is almost the same like her mother Scarlett. He loved her so much, he wants her to be seraphic and happy, and he wanted to protect her away from all the fears and darkness.

Rhett, his love is to protect, to connive.

About the war

The American Civil War (1861–1865), also known as the War Between the States (among other names), was a civil war in the United States of America. Eleven Southern slave states declared their secession from the United States and formed the Confederate States of America, also known as "the Confederacy." Led by Jefferson Davis, the Confederacy fought against the United States (the Union), which was supported by all the free states (where slavery had been abolished) and by five slave states that became known as the border states.

The American Civil War was one of the earliest true industrial wars. Railroads, the telegraph, steamships, and mass-produced weapons were employed extensively. The practices of total war, developed by Sherman in Georgia, and of trench warfare around Petersburg foreshadowed World War I in Europe. It remains the deadliest war in American history, resulting in the deaths of 620,000 soldiers and an undetermined number of civilian casualties. Ten percent of all Northern males 20–45 years of age died, as did 30 percent of all Southern white males aged 18–40.

In the book, Michell presented us a ruthless and misery picture of war through Scarlett‘s eyes.

"War is a hellish way to settle a disagreement"

The war caused poverty, plague, criminal and panic. The war ruined Scarlett‘s home, the spoiled beauty had to pith cotton and be the householder. All these tragedies were because of the war. Michell told us all these opinions of war from a special female visual angle.

―Gone With the Wind ―is a book full of love and courage, I just can‘t help but repeat the brilliant words that Scarlett said---Tomorrow is another day!

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