Camille And Jeffrey

Gone with the Fog

In the last scene of "Gone with the wind", a prominent visual aspect is the fog. The fog represents the uncertainty of the post war world and the foggy morals as compared to the stable and noble life on the plantation. The scene reflects the Lost Cause tradition by showing how morals and honor have faded since the "glory days" before the war. It shows how in the post war South, Scarlett has occasionally acted immorally and is uncertain of what she's look for. This vodcast further explores this theme and how it fits in to the events of this scene.

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