Great Civil War novel.  The Widow of the South refers to Carrie MaGavock, whose Carnton plantation served as a field hospital during the Civil War battle in Franklin, Tennessee.  The novel captures those lives upended by war and the search for belonging in a world turned upside down.

Great Civil War novel. The Widow of the South refers to Carrie MaGavock, whose Carnton plantation served as a field hospital during the Civil War battle in Franklin, Tennessee. The novel captures those lives upended by war and the search for belonging in a world turned upside down.

Uncover a 1936 interview with "Gone with the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell from American Masters.

Uncover a 1936 interview with "Gone with the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell from American Masters.

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