Molly Haskell en Frankly, My Dear: Gone With the Wind Revisited, by Molly Haskell <p class="legacy-audio-url"> <div class="audio-container"> <div id="jp-interface-53d033cb04c81-" class="jp-interface"> <div id="post-audio-53d033cb04c81-" class="jp-player" jp-instance="53d033cb04c81-"></div> <div class="jp-controls column"> <div class="jp-progress"> <div class="jp-seek-bar"> <div class="jp-play-bar"></div> </div> </div><!-- end jp-progress --> </div><!-- end jp-controls --> <div class="playpause column"> <a href="" class="jp-play">Listen</a> <a class="jp-pause"></a> </div><!-- playpause --> <div class="jp-time-holder column"> <div class="jp-custom-current-time"></div> <div class="jp-custom-duration"></div> </div><!-- jp-time-holder --> <div id="slider"></div> </div><!-- .jp-interface --> </div><!-- container --> </p> <p>Familiar to many from her guest appearances on Turner Classic Movies with Robert Osborne, Molly Haskell is one of our country's foremost movie critics, historians, and interpreters. Haskell has every credential needed and brings all her skills to bear in this book on GWTW. It is often said of Venice, there is no more to be said about Venice. One might think that about GWTW also. But Haskell has taken some new approaches towards this classic book and movie and there are new insights.</p> Mon, 02 Mar 2009 19:14:00 +0000 Don Noble 1744 at Frankly, My Dear: Gone With the Wind Revisited, by Molly Haskell