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    A Margaret Mitchell Handwritten Note about Her Book Before Its Publication, 1936. One page, notepaper, handwritten in black fountain pen ink, dated "April 13, 1936," addressed to "Miss Martha Angley," an interesting early letter written as the printing of her book "Gone With The Wind" was imminent, Mitchell discusses her characters [...not all... / are whole and / brave... / there were / almost as many scoundrels in / the (eighteen) sixties as there are today"] and goes on to make arrangements with Angley to be interviewed for the first time in her life -- a duty that MM would become quite used to in the years to come; included with with the original transmittal envelope. (Please note both the letter and envelope have been laminated.)
    5 1/2" x 4"

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    April, 2015
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