Scarlett and Me
by Anne Edwards
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AFTER RHETT LEFT? A BEHIND THE SCENES ACCOUNT OF THE SEQUEL THAT ALMOST WAS
Scarlett and Me is the personal and dramatic story of how author Anne Edwards' life and work became enmeshed with that of Scarlett O'Hara, Margaret Mitchell, and a sequel to Gone With the Wind. It reveals for the first time the back story of how it came to be and includes details of what that sequel might have been had it not been caught up in a long, complex, legal battle among the Mitchell estate, the studios (MGM and Universal), and the producers (Zanuck/Brown) who had contracted Edwards to write it.
"Anne Edwards has now written a fascinating autobiographical account of her decades-long involvement with all that is Gone With the Wind: Vivien Leigh, Margaret Mitchell, and Edwards' ill-fated experience writing the continuation of Gone With the Wind. Scarlett and Me is as compelling as Gone With the Wind itself, revealing so much about the intricacies of the publishing and film industries." - Chris Sullivan
ANNE EDWARDS has been hailed as "the queen of biography" (Kirkus Reviews). Her critically acclaimed works include "Vivien Leigh: A Biography," a New York Times bestseller that has become a classic in the field, and "The Road To Tara: The Life of Margaret Mitchell," as well as noted biographies of Katharine Hepburn, Judy Garland, Maria Callas, Princess Diana, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret. She is the author of the unpublished, first sequel of Gone With the Wind. A former president of the Authors Guild, she lives in Beverly Hills, California with her husband, musical theater historian, Stephen Citron.
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