What can I say? I've seen the movie a gazillion times. My parents took me when I was young, then I went on my own, I owned it on tape and now on DVD. Who hasn't seen it?
The book is wonderful. This is a very well-worn paperback copy.
My mother had a copy of the novel that was issued in 1940 with pictures from the movie itself . I always asked her if I could have it, but she refused. (She was not a nice person). I have no idea what happened to it.
I think I am one of the few folks who admired Scarlet - not the 'I want Ashley' Scarlet (he was such a wimp, IMO) but the 'I will do whatever I have to do to survive - without needing a man to help me do it.' You go girl -(though why oh why did you let Rhett slip away???)
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Three attractions to see here. First, The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. See the Oval Office and a conference room. There is a display of events in Ford's life and as I recall, his mother kept everything. I was impressed. I saw a special exhibit there of gifts to various Presidents from foreign leaders. Quite the display.
For those who are architecture buffs, you can tour the Frank Lloyd Wright Meyer May House.
And if you like sculpture, visit Meijer Gardens. Art, butterflies, exhibits. Check out this beauty: