Gone With The Wind-It Book Analysis

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Harry Potter - It consists of a series of seven novels written by the British author J. K. Rowling. These are fantasy novels which are quite popular around the world. These stories are based around a young wizard, Harry Potter's life whose friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley help him solve various mysteries. These books are mainly based on the genres of fantasy, drama, action thrillers and so on. They rank no.1 in the entire world. The Lord of the Rings - This is a fantasy novel written by the British author J. R. R. Tolkien. The beginning of this novel was written in the book The Hobbit. The book is based on the story of an adversary The Dark Lord Sauron who had formed the One Ring previously. Written between the years 1937 to 1949, this…show more content…
This book is based on the story narrated by a sixteen year old patient for cancer Hazel Grace Lancaster, whose parents forced her to attend a support group in the "Literal Heart of Jesus" where she meets and falls in love with a seventeen-year-old Augustus Waters, a basketball player who is an amputee. It has a movie based on this film too. Gone with the Wind - This is a novel written by Margaret Mitchell, published in 1936. It tells us about the struggles of Scarlett O'Hara as a young spoiled daughter of a well to do plantation owner, who struggles to find his way out of poverty. This historic novel's title is taken from Earnest Dowson's poem. This novel is popular with the American readers and was the best selling novel in the year it was published in 1936. The Twilight Saga - This is a vampire themed fantasy novel written by Stephenie Meyer. It released annually from 2005 to 2008. They chart about the late teen years of Isabella Swan, who moves to Fork and falls in love with a 104 year old vampire, Edward Cullen. This story is told by the view of the character werewolf, Jacob Black. This book has four series namely-twilight, new moon, eclipse, breaking dawn. These books have been made into motion pictures by the Summit

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