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Frankly, My Dear
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Molly Haskell is a writer and film critic. She has lectured widely on the role of women in film and is the author of From Reverence to Rape: The Treatment of Women in the Movies.

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. . .an earnest work of moviegoer remembrance that s also affectionate scholarship. . .Haskell clarifies the long shadow that Scarlett O Hara casts over the American movie imagination. Armond White, "International Herald Tribune"
--Armond White"International Herald Tribune" (03/03/2009)"
." . . affectionate scholarship . . . [Haskell] disentangles the film's qualities from the confounding issues of misogyny, racism and intellectual snobbery. . . . Haskell's critical sensitivity rescues Scarlett's Americanism and femininity, indicating how her image rebounds upon our eternal political struggles and deepest fantasies . . . " Armond White, "New York Times Book Review"
--Armond White "New York Times Book Review ""
"A stunning piece of criticism, written with fever-pitch intensity, that demonstrates so movingly why it's impossible to name the kind of greatness found in" Gone with the Wind" and impossible to refrain from trying." Alan Trachtenberg, author of" Lincoln's SmileandOther Enigmas"
--Alan Trachtenberg"
"With her sharp feeling for movie culture, sexual politics, and the elusive mores of the old South, Molly Haskell brilliantly sketches thecontribution of everyone who shaped "G""one with the ""W""ind" into a problematic butenduring popular classic." Morris Dickstein, author of "Gates of Eden" and "Leopards in the Temple"
--Morris Dickstein"
The era of Scarlett O Hara is long "Gone with the Wind" but her story still fires our imagination. Molly Haskell explains why it mattered and, "Frankly My Dear," why it continues to. -;i>Vanity Fair"
--Elissa Schappell"Vanity Fair" (03/01/2009)"
"The era of Scarlett O'Hara is long "Gone with the Wind" but her story still fires our imagination. Molly Haskell explains why it mattered and, "Frankly My Dear," why it continues to." -;i>Vanity Fair"
--Elissa Schappell"Vanity Fair" (03/01/2009)
." . . an earnest work of moviegoer remembrance that's also affectionate scholarship . . . Haskell clarifies the long shadow that Scarlett O' Hara casts over the American movie imagination." -- Armond White, "International Herald Tribune"
--Armond White"International Herald Tribune" (03/03/2009)

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