Margaret Mitchell

noun
United States writer noted for her novel about the South during the American Civil War (1900-1949)
Instance Hypernyms: ↑writer, ↑author

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  • Margaret Mitchell — 1941 Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell (* 8. November 1900 in Atlanta, Georgia; † 16. August 1949 ebenda) war eine US amerikanische Schriftstellerin. Für ihren 1936 erschienenen Südstaaten Roman Gone with the Wind ( …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Margaret Mitchell — Margaret Mitchell, 1941 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Margaret Mitchell — (EEUU, 1900 1949) nació y murió en Atlanta, ciudad que influiría en su única obra Lo que el viento se llevó, una de las novelas más populares de la historia de la literatura, que el director de cine Victor Fleming inmortalizaría en la pantalla en …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Margaret Mitchell — For other uses, see Margaret Mitchell (disambiguation). Margaret Mitchell Born November 8, 1900(1900 11 08) Atlanta, Georgia, United States Died …   Wikipedia

  • Margaret Mitchell — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Mitchell. Margaret Mitchell …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Margaret Mitchell — n. (1900 1949) American novelist, author of Gone With The Wind …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Margaret Mitchell (Scottish politician) — Margaret Mitchell MSP Member of the Scottish Parliament for Central Scotland Incumbent Assumed office 1 May 2003 Personal details Born …   Wikipedia

  • Margaret Mitchell (disambiguation) — Margaret Mitchell (1900–1949) was an American author. Margaret Mitchell may also refer to: People Margaret Mitchell (actress) (1832–1918) Margaret Mitchell (Canadian politician) (born 1925) Margaret Mitchell (Scottish politician) (born 1952)… …   Wikipedia

  • Margaret Mitchell (actress) — Born Margaret Julia Mitchell June 14, 1837 New York City, New York, United States Died March 22, 1918 New York …   Wikipedia

  • Margaret Mitchell (Atlanta neighborhood) — Margaret Mitchell is a neighborhood in the Buckhead Community, in the northwest part of the city of Atlanta, Georgia. It is bounded by Moore s Mill Road on the south, I 75 on the east, and the Paces neighborhood on the west.[1] Contents 1 History …   Wikipedia

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