Rhett Butler's People

Rhett Butler's PeopleRhett Butler's People by Donald McCaig is an authorized sequel to Gone with the Wind. It was published in November 2007. Fully authorized by the Margaret Mitchell estate, Rhett Butler’s People is a novel that parallels Gone with the Wind from Rhett Butler's perspective. The book was unveiled on November 3, 2007, after several years of setbacks and two previous authors. Both Emma Tennant and Pat Conroy had previously been commissioned by the estate to produce the book. McCaig chose to disregard the novel Scarlett by Alexandra Ripley. He does not acknowledge its existence in the canon of Gone with the Wind, nor does his novel incorporate any of its characters. McCaig's impression was that the Margaret Mitchell estate was "thoroughly embarrassed" by Ripley's novel. Rhett Butler's People attempts to present a semi-journalistic view of the life and times of Rhett Butler, while remaining faithful to the original Mitchell work. The Rhett-Scarlett love-story is downplayed. The novel begins with a duel which is mentioned in Gone with the Wind. This is the reason that Rhett is not received in Charleston society. Eventually the novel flashes back to when Rhett was twelve years old. 

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