Margaret Mitchell Biography
(Writer of 'Gone with the Wind')
Birthday: November 8, 1900 (Scorpio)
Born In: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Even though Margaret Mitchell wrote only one novel ‘Gone with the Wind’, she managed to capture the attention of readers around the world and even won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for the same. She became a worldwide name touching a wide range of booklovers with her prolific work that she took nearly a decade to complete. Considered one of the rarest jewels of American literary history, this novel went on to enjoy admiration even after her death. Her love for literature stemmed from her love for reading; a habit she cultivated when she was a young girl. She drew inspiration for writing from her own personal experiences which made it all the more fascinating to readers. Even though the world recognizes her for her work, ‘Gone with the Wind’, she did write as a teenager. Apart from her major work ‘Gone with the Wind’, she also wrote other novels such as ‘Lost Laysen’, which was published much after her death.