A class on Gone With the Wind will be available to the public through Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, New York and taught by author Pauline Bartel on April 26, 2014. The class, Frankly, My Dear: The REEL Story Behind Gone With the Wind, will explore Gone With the Wind's intriguing history, including the writing and publishing of Margaret Mitchell's novel, the Hollywood frenzy of transforming the book into film, the endless months of trouble and behind-the-scenes turmoil that almost doomed Gone With the Wind to not being made at all, the Atlanta premiere, the Academy Awards, and the film's 75th anniversary in 2014.
Frankly My Dear: The Reel Story behind Gone With the Wind
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Hudson Valley Community College
Course Fee: $29
To register call 518.629.7339
Pauline Bartel is the author of seven popular-culture books including The Complete GONE WITH THE WIND Trivia Book. She is a member of the prestigious American Society of Journalists and Authors. Pauline holds a Master of Arts degree in Public Communications and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English (magna cum laude), both from The College of Saint Rose.
A resident of Waterford, NY, Pauline lives in “The Maryline,” a haunted bungalow she shared with the ghost of the original owner.
Pauline writes a regular blog on all things related to GWTW. You can visit her blog at http://paulinebartel.com/blog/