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Against Wind and Tide: Letters and Journals, 1947-1986 (edition 2012)
by Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Reeve Lindbergh (Introduction)
Against Wind and Tide: Letters and Journals, 1947-1986 by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
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Why, as an eager and talented writer, has Anne Morrow Lindbergh published so relatively little in forty years of marriage?” asked reviewer John Barkham in 1970. “After a promising start with those first books on flying, she tapered off into long silences broken by an infrequent volume of verse or prose.” Many years later, Lindbergh replied with a quote from Harriet Beecher Stowe, who claimed that writing, for a wife and mother, is “rowing against wind and tide.”
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A final collection of selected letters and diary entries by the National Aviation Hall of Fame inductee follows her struggles over an unplanned pregnancy, the evolution of "Gift from the Sea," and her views on politics during the Vietnam War.
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