In the mid-1990's the North Korean government ordered author Margaret Mitchell's 'Gone With the Wind' be translated and released, it swept like a literary firestorm through Pyongyang.

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In the mid-1990's the North Korean government ordered author Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind" be translated and released, it swept like a literary firestorm through Pyongyang.

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