‘Gone with the Wind’ Popular in North Korea

Reading ‘Gone with the Wind’ in Pyongyang – AP, October 25, 2012
…What does antebellum plantation life have to do with North Korea, where three generations of rulers—grandfather, father and now the young son, Kim Jong Un—have been worshipped as omniscient? What appeal does Scarlett O’Hara’s high-society ruthlessness hold for people only a few years past a horrific famine?…

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