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Alice Randall uncensored

Speaking out about the drive to stop her first novel, the author shares lessons from writing her second

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / June 12, 2004

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Alice Randall set the book world on its ear three years ago with "The Wind Done Gone," her daring first-novel parody of Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind." That world was frantic to meet her and talk to her, but because the Mitchell estate tried to legally block the book's publication, publisher Houghton Mifflin's cautious lawyers had her virtually gagged ... (Full Article: 1992 Words)

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