Anne Morrow Lindbergh - She is the author of Gift from the Sea. A writer and celebrity, she is known for her tenacity, intelligence and grace.
Charles Lindbergh - Although he is only mentioned briefly, and that in the role of her husband, he was obviously the center of Anne's life.
Lindbergh Children - The author refers to them as a group. It is obvious They are a priority in her life and although Anne mourns the loss of time in which she can find and celebrate her own self, they are never a source of resentment nor seen as a burden.
Anne's Sister - Another unnamed member of the family, she represents the ideal of being able to live with another while maintaining one's self. She and Anne co-exist for a week, spending time together in conversation and activity.
German Concentration Camp Prisoner - This is...
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