- Oct. 26, 2020
-- Poetic Narration Of Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind
Frankly, Scarlett, This Rendition of Your Book Is Poetry in Motion
All's fair in love and war. And in Margaret Mitchell's classic novel Gone With The Wind, both love and war are entwined throughout the 1,037 pages of the epic Civil War novel.
Ali Samavati's 50-page Poetic Narration of Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind features all the characters who have stolen readers' hearts for generations. The book's plot presents the tragic heroine, with all her wiles, self-destructive passion, and her courage. It also summarizes the timeless and real-life messages brought forward in the original novel, and it is a good introduction for those who have not read the book but want to dive into its intricacies of days past.
Born in Tehran, Iran, Ali Samavati attended high school in a Swiss-American school near Gene-va, and obtained his BBA & MBA degrees from a German-American University in Germany. He returned to Tehran to live and take on the family business, saying, "Iran is a country of poetry and love with an old, great civilization."
He speaks English, Farsi (Persian), German, and French.